There is an immense need for data science researchers to use new analytical processes and emerging datasets in COVID-19 digital response. This need is particularly acute in low- and middle-income countries with a lack of analytical capacity and pandemic data.
The International COVID-19 Data Alliance can help researchers discover, access, and analyze global multi-dimensional datasets while respecting confidentiality and privacy. It consolidates data and metadata from federated repositories so teams can work collectively on a focused research question. Data access and use are subject to rigorous data governance processes, based on the five safes framework.
$100,000 COVID-19 Data Science Grants
The funding should unite data and develop processes, analytical tools, and infrastructure, with an aim to achieve rapid scientific progress and impact on COVID-19 and future pandemics.
Sign Up Now for More Research Funding!
Applications are invited from researchers working in healthcare, academia, industry or research foundations. Proposals are particularly welcomed by LMIC researchers and datasets from a broad range of researchers covering:
- Natural disease history, epidemiology, and transmission
- Vaccines and prophylaxis
- Infection, prevention, and control
- Clinical management
Applicants should use clearly defined datasets, with a commitment to providing access to data and all research products (methodology and reproducible results), whilst ensuring appropriate information governance.
Apply Now! The deadline is January 19, 2021