The NBIS Peer Review Bioinformatics Support track (WABI) strives to enable excellent and Data-Driven Life Science, by ensuring that peer-reviewed research projects have access to advanced bioinformatics and data science competence. This support has been enabled primarily by generous grants from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW) for research in Data-Driven Life Science (DDLS). The idea is simple: A senior bioinformatician will work in your project 500 hours for free! Hands-on involvement by the applying research group is required to ensure efficient knowledge transfer.
Applications for NBIS Peer Review Bioinformatics Support track are evaluated approximately every 4th month. The deadline for the next round of applications is Thursday the 2nd of May 2024 (23:59).
Instructions and information about NBIS Peer Review Bioinformatics Support track (Please read this before submission)
Application form (To be attached to your submission as a PDF below.)
Data sheet (To be attached to your submission as an Excel-file below)
NEW! As of 2023, this support track is also open to projects involving cryo-EM and cryo-ET applications (potentially combined with other structural biology and structure prediction methods). For such projects, please use the specific Application Form and Data Sheet below:
Please note that for supported projects, the project title, PI name and institution will be included in reports to NBIS funders and shown on the NBIS website.