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    Funded projetcs

    Funded projetcs

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    Internal Calls for projects

    Internal calls for projects are organised in order to :

    • Contribute to develop the « excellence » or « leadership » of the Research centre
    • Develop new research topics, new skills  (« ground-breaking » projects)
    • Support the development of emerging approaches or innovative methodologies:
    • omics (metagenomics, epigenomics, …)
    • pheno or chemo-typing approaches
    • big data, modelling
    • plants in urban ou suburban environment

    Eligibility criteria:

    • The scientific leader must belong to a unit/team of the SFR Quasav
    • Structures outside SFR QUASAV may be partners, but only structures from the Pays de la Loire region can be funded
    • Project duration must be less than 3 years

    Type of projects:

    • PhD or Post-doc : salary + running costs < 125 k€
    • Starter projects to initiate new research themes < 25 k€
    • Equipment costs are not eligible

    Evaluation : 

    2 external experts / project according to the following criteria:

    • Originality and Novelty / state of the art
    • Feasibility
    • Valorization potential (for the team and for the recruited scientist)
    • Relevance / scientific approach
    • Relevance / financial support and existing resources

    Funded projects

    Since 2014, 26 research projects have been launched for a total of 2,2 M€.

    Description of the projects funded in 2016


    An interdisciplinary call for projects

    A continuous submission scheme is in place for interdisciplinary projects.

    One project coupling genetics, history and mathematics to understand the breeding history of roses started in 2016: PedRo project: Interdisciplinarity of heredity by reconstruction of pedigrees for species with mixed ploidy levels and a high historical heritage : roses bred during the 19th and 20th centuries.