Open Science stimulus: Call 'Citizen Science voor Gezondheid en Zorg'
On 11th February 2021 ZonMw and Health~Holland jointly launched the call 'Citizen Science voor Gezondheid en Zorg (CS4GZ)'.
CS4GZ aims specifically at research and innovation in which citizens take the initiative and are leading in all phases of this research and innovation.
The call supports citizen led initiatives as well as incentives to strengthen the position of citizens in the so called Quadruple Helix model (science, policy, industry, and society). The call aims to realise creative, innovative, and above all sustainable solutions for the societal challenges concerning health and care.
€ 1 million has been made available for this call. The deadline is 18th May 2021, 2:00 p.m.
Leiden researchers are also welcome to take part in an application
You can read more about this call on our Dutch language page.
Open Science programme at Leiden University
Open science is about transforming the practices of knowledge creation and communication in all branches of science. The transition to open science means a culture change and requires a coordinated, structures and measurable approach. Leiden University appreciates the importance of open science and has therefore started an Open Science programme. To ensure the process runs smoothly, the Executive Board has appointed Paul Wouters, dean of the faculty of science, as an open science ambassador
On this page you can read more about Citizen Science at Leiden University.