Last Horizon 2020 Health call results expected soon
19th October 2020 at 7:05 pm
While the results for the “Digital transformation in Health and Care (DTH)” calls were communicated last week, we expect to receive the results of the last series of Health calls in the coming days or weeks, the latest on the 4 November 2020. Most remaining calls are from the sub-category “Better Health and care (BHC)”.
A total of 461 proposals were submitted before the calls` deadline on 4 June 2020. Notably the results of the SC1-BHC-06-2020 call on digital diagnostics are eagerly awaited by many applicants with only three of the 158 submissions expected to be funded.
The table below summarises the call statistics and the chances of success based on the call budgets published on the EU`s Funding & Tenders portal. However, some of these budgets might be increased slightly and will be known once the projects, which have been selected for funding, are notified.
|Call ID||Title||Number proposals submitted||Call budget (million)||Budget per project (million)||Estimated number of proposals funded||Estimated chance of success (%)|
|SC1-BHC-06-2020||Digital diagnostics – developing tools for supporting clinical decisions by integrating various diagnostic data (RIA)||158||40||8-15||3||2.2|
|SC1-BHC-11-2020||Advancing the safety assessment of chemicals without the use of animal testing (RIA)||23||60||10-20||4||17.4|
|SC1-BHC-17-2020||Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD) – Prevention and/or early diagnosis of cancer (RIA)||30||20||1-3||10||33.3|
|SC1-BHC-20A-2020||Pre-commercial procurement (PCP) for integrated care solutions||7||25||5-6||4||57.1|
|SC1-BHC-20B-2020||Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI) for diagnostics for infectious diseases||2||25||3-5||1||50.0|
|SC1-BHC-33-2020||Addressing low vaccine uptake (RIA)||22||9||2-3||4||16.4|
|SC1-BHC-34-2020||New approaches for clinical management and prevention of resistant bacterial infections in high prevalence settings (RIA)||15||25||10-15||2||13.3|
|SC1-BHC-35-2020||Creation of a European wide sustainable network for harmonised large-scale clinical research studies for infectious diseases (RIA)||2||30||25-30||1||50.0|
|SC1-BHC-36-2020||Micro- and nano-plastics in our environment: Understanding exposures and impacts on human health (RIA)||51||25||4-6||5||9.8|
|SC1-DTH-12-2020||Use of Real-World Data to advance research on the management of complex chronic conditions (RIA)||78||41||4-6||8||10.5|
|SC1-BHC-08-2020, stage 2||New interventions for Non-Communicable Diseases (RIA)||25||80||4-6||16||64.0|
|SC1-BHC-24-2020, stage 2||Healthcare interventions for the management of the elderly multimorbid patient (RIA)||19||50||4-6||10||52.6|
|SC1-BHC-29-2020, stage 2||Innovative actions for improving urban health and wellbeing – addressing environment, climate and socioeconomic factors (RIA)||19||35||4-5||8||40.9|
|SC1-DTH-13-2020, stage 2||Implementation research for scaling up and transfer of innovative solutions involving digital tools for people-centred care (RIA)||10||20||3-4||6||57.1|
Health calls in Horizon Europe
These were the last Health-related calls in Horizon 2020. The successor programme called “Horizon Europe”, the 9th EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation will have a dedicated cluster for Health with a particular focus on digital health, infectious diseases and healthy environment.
The final Health cluster work programme for 2021 and 2022 will be published within the coming months and may include interesting opportunities for those consortia that have not been successful this time, but wishing to adapt and resubmit their Horizon 2020 proposals under one of the upcoming Horizon Europe Health calls.
We look forward to help you identify the right call through our Strategic Grant Planning (SGP) service and later also with the proposal preparation according to the new Horizon Europe rules.
Health projects and accelopment
We are currently involved in four ongoing Health projects in Horizon 2020: VANGUARD, EXIMIOUS and EURO SHOCK (all Research and Innovation Actions) and the recently approved COVID-19 focused Innovation Action ENVISION that is set to kick off on 1 December 2020.
Thanks to our expertise in more than 50 FP7 and Horizon 2020 projects, we assist Coordinators with administration and management tasks and support the dissemination and exploitation of projects` results.
For more information about our services and Horizon Europe, please contact Marco Cavallaro.
Research & Innovation Project Manager