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Grants and Fellowships

Grants and Fellowships

The OHARP January 2021 Grant Call has closed. The next grant call is planned for 2022.

About

The One Health Antimicrobial Resistance Research Programme (OHARP) is jointly funded by the Ministry of Health (MOH); National Environment Agency (NEA); National Parks Board/Animal & Veterinary Service (NParks/AVS); PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency (PUB); and Singapore Food Agency (SFA). It is administered by the National Centre for Infectious Diseases to support One Health AMR research across the human, animal, food and environmental sectors in Singapore.

The objective of the OHARP is to steer the national One Health antimicrobial resistance (AMR) research agenda; commission multi-disciplinary and multi-sectorial studies that will impact Singapore’s AMR policies and interventions; foster partnerships with academia and harness their expertise to find One Health solutions; and promote synergies and opportunities for collaboration between sectors.

OHARP Grant Documents

Post Award Forms

Claims Forms; Budget Projection Template

Reporting Forms

Terms & Conditions; Policy Documents

Contact Us

For enquiries on OHARP, please email us oh_amr_research@ncid.sg

 


​The NCID Catalyst Grant, funded by the Ministry of Health, Singapore, aims to encourage inter-institutional collaborative research projects, workshops and exchanges in the fields of infectious diseases and public health, between new Principal Investigators and researchers of academic institutions and hospitals. In August 2018, the first three NCID Catalyst grants were awarded to the following investigators:

Principal InvestigatorDr Mo Yin

Project Title

Understanding the epidemic success of Escherichia coliSequence Type 131 in the community

Institution

National University Hospital


Principal InvestigatorDr Jean Sim Xiang Ying

Project Title

Tweaking everyday objects to prevent the spread of AMR

Institution

 Singapore General Hospital


Principal InvestigatorJocelyn Teo

Project Title

Paving the Way for Personalized Medicine in Infectious Diseases – A multi-systems approach

Institution

Singapore General Hospital

















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