Foundations for Digital Twins as Catalyzers of Biomedical Technological Innovation

The National Science Foundation (NSF) published a call for funding (n: 24-561) dedicated to Digital Twins.

The Foundations for Digital Twins as Catalyzers of Biomedical Technological Innovation (FDT-BioTech) program supports inherently interdisciplinary research projects that underpin the mathematical and engineering foundations behind the development and use of digital twins and synthetic data in biomedical and healthcare applications, with a particular focus on digital, in silico models used in the evaluation of medical devices and the relevance of the developed models in addressing current and emerging challenges affecting the development and assessment of biomedical technologies.

The goal of the FDT-BioTech initiative is to catalyze biomedical technological innovation through new foundational development of methods and algorithms relevant to digital twins and synthetic humans.

Award Information

Anticipated Type of Award: Standard Grant or Continuing Grant

Estimated Number of Awards: 6 to 10

The number of awards will depend on the quality of the received proposals and the budget availability.

Anticipated Funding Amount: $4,000,000 to $5,000,000

$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 in FY24, contingent on availability of funds.

The duration of the awards should be up to 3 years. The award size and duration should be consistent with the project scope.

Collaborative projects from multiple organizations are accepted, according to standard NSF procedures. The total budget (direct and indirect cost) for a collaborative project from multiple organizations must not exceed $1,000,000.

If you are interested to apply full information can be found here

Date: 03/04/2024 | Tag: | News: 1571 of 1573
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