Daniel Bravo Grants – 2022 Call

The Daniel Bravo Andreu Private Foundation annually awards the Daniel Bravo grants for short stays abroad with the objective of stimulating high-impact biomedical research in Catalonia.

The grants are intended for researchers who perform basic and clinical research in Catalonia so that they can do three to nine month stays in international reference centres in their field, especially for cardiovascular and non-invasive diagnostic techniques. Each grant has a gross economic allowance of 3,000 Euro per month, plus travel costs.

The selection of the proposals is done using a thorough evaluation process which apart from the scientific quality of the proposed research and the trajectory of the applicant, takes into account if it will generate academic, clinical and social impact.

2022 call results

According to the rules of the 2022 call, the Daniel Bravo grants have been given to the following researchers:

Verónica Jiménez, of the Hospital Sant PauResearch Institute of Sant Pau (IIB Sant Pau)Biomedical Research Institute of Barcelona (IIBB-CSIC), will have a research stay in the BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute in Vancouver (Canada).

Carles Diez, of the Bellvitge University HospitalBellvitge Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBELL), will have a research stay in the Montefiore Medical Center in New York (USA).

Pablo-Miki Martí, of the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF), will have a research stay in the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston (USA).

Since 2013, the Daniel Bravo Grants have been connected to more than thirty prestigious entities such as the Boston Children’s Hospital, the Erasmus University Medical Center en Roterdam, the Harvard Center for Human Genetic Research and Diabetes, the Karolinska Institute, the Montreal Heart Institute, the Mount Sinai Heart Hospital in New York, the University College London, the University of California, Columbia University, among others.

Related information

Communication 2022 call results