Call for Projects 2022

Abstract Submission

The abstract submission deadline has been extended to Sunday May 1 at 23:59.

You can submit your abstract by filling the form below (or using this link if you encounter any issues).

Please contact rita.prota@flandershealth.tech if you have problems with the submission.

Disruptive innovations often happen when different technology domains join forces. That is why flanders.healthTech together with VLAIO is opening a spearhead cluster call for subsidy proposals that enable the interaction between two or more technology domains. At least three technology domains qualify for this call: biotechnology (BioTech), medical technology (MedTech) and digital technology (DigiTech).

The resulting partnerships should be aimed at jointly developing disruptive solutions for a clearly defined unmet need in the field of healthcare. Alternatively, the consortia can pool their research strengths to gain knowledge that would clearly lead to such solutions. Valorisation of these solutions should lead to a quantifiable increase in investment and employment in Flanders. 

This year we are promoting a full bottom-up approach for project ideas. To get access to the €8M budget reserved for this call, the applicants have to check the admissibility of their project idea with a flanders.healthTech Prioritisation Panel by means of a project pitch. 

We open four different VLAIO grant schemes for this call. flanders.healthTech will assist potential participants to the best of its ability in the preparation of their proposal. However, participants bear full responsibility for writing and preparing a proposal that meets the eligibility and evaluation criteria set by VLAIO for the respective grant schemes. 


You can book a sparring session with one of our team members & check out the templates documents for the abstract below!

Call overview and information

Online Information session (18th March 2022) REPLAY

Presentation Projects Call 2022

Book a sparring session with our team

Templates Abstract

DNSH Document

Feasibility study

ICON + O&O