- Research Grants
Research Supported by FAPESP assembles referential information of scholarships and research grants from various research modalities, awarded by FAPESP, from the home-research institution Centro de Inovação da USP (INOVA), Universidade de São Paulo (USP).
Home-research institution provides the headquarters for conducting a sponsored research project. In general, the project’s responsible researchers and/or grantees have affiliation with it.
The display board "FAPESP Support in Numbers" presents the number of ongoing or concluded scholarships and research grants, awarded by the Foundation, and affiliated to the home-research institution Centro de Inovação da USP (INOVA), Universidade de São Paulo (USP). In the center of the page, you will see some information on those awarded scholarships and research grants.
Use the "Refine results" list of options to filter information on awarded research at the home-research institution Centro de Inovação da USP (INOVA), Universidade de São Paulo (USP), and to get results that are more specific for your search, according to following parameters: type of Research Grants, modality of Scholarships, Field of Knowledge and Start Date.
The Maps and Graphs show the geographical distribution of FAPESP sponsorship in the State of São Paulo and the historical sequence of funded research, by year, of the ongoing projects from the home-research institution Centro de Inovação da USP (INOVA), Universidade de São Paulo (USP).
This new Pasteur/USP partnership is particularly focused on vector-borne emergent and neglected diseases that may cause very complex immune responses and serious anomalies and/or disturbances in the nervous system, consequently impacting animal and public health. These partners will join their forces in a new Scientific Platform, in the recent "Innovation Center InovaUSP", in spaces str...
Data related to human health, from clinical and epidemiological information to medical images and omics data, are being generated and accumulated in an unprecedented amount in history. The analysis and integration of such information is critical to improve our understanding of the pathophysiology of diseases, their transmission, as well as their diagnosis and treatment. This project pro...
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