Keep GliMR funded for GP4:
Register and apply for a working group on e-COST!
Deadline: August 15
Recently, COST has changed the procedure for allocation of budget to each COST Actions. In the past, this allocation was based on the number of country members of a COST Action, meaning that only one member per country needed to be registered on e-COST to allow us a budget.
However, since this grant period, financial means are allocated based on the number of individual ‘working group’ members within a COST Action. Currently, within GliMR, we count more than 200 members, however, only a selection has already registered on e-COST, and only a few already applied for a working group on this platform.
Therefore, we would like to encourage you to register to the e-COST platform and apply for at least one working group.Via this link, you can find a step-by-step manual helping you during this short procedure. However, if you encounter any issues, don’t hesitate to contact WG5.
We have decided on the deadline of August 15, 2022. Please know that if you do not meet this deadline, you will still be a member of GliMR, receive all our communications, and be able to register and apply on e-COST. However, budget allocation will be finalized during the summer, urging us to apply for a deadline.
Thank you for taking the time to apply for a working group. Your application on e-COST will guarantee sufficient financial means, allowing us to organize even better events for you during our fourth and last grant period!
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COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a funding agency for research and innovation networks. Our Actions help connect research initiatives across Europe and enable scientists to grow their ideas by sharing them with their peers. This boosts their research, career and innovation.
This COST Action aims to build a pan-European and multidisciplinary network of international experts in glioma research, patient organisations, data scientists, and MR imaging scientists by uniting the glioma imaging community within Europe and progressing the development and application of advanced MR imaging for improved decision making in diagnosis, patient monitoring, and assessment of treatment response in clinical trials and clinical practice.