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Grants and Sources of Finance

1993 - Project development Grant of C.N.R.S. (France) – 2 grants.
1994 - Individual Grant of International Science (G.Soros) Foundation (ISF), (USA).
1994 - Research Grant of ISF (USA), Grant No RVF000.
1994 - Short-term (3 month) grant of JSPS (Japan).
1995 - Joint Research Grant of ISF (USA) and Georgian Government, Grant No RVF200
1996 - Travel Grant of G. Soros Open Society “Georgia” – 2 grants.
1996 - Short-term (1 month) Grant of DAAD (Germany).
1996 - Long-term (2 years) Research Grant of CRDF No G2-116 (USA).
1997 - Grant of Academy of Sciences of Georgia.
1997 - Grant of President’s Foundation of Georgia.
1997 - Grant of ministry of Health of Georgia.
1998 - Long-term (2 years) Research Grant of Cornell University (USA) (Sponsored by Medivas Nitric Oxide).
1998, 1999 - Prof. R.Katsarava was selected as G. Soros Professor.
2000 - CRDF travel grant.
2000 - Long-term (2 years) Research Grant of ISTC (G-446).
2001 - Equipment Grant of CRDF-RESC Program.
2002 - Long-term (3 years) Research Grant of ISTC (G-802).
2004 - CRDF travel grant TGP-1138
2005 - CRDF-RESC mini grants (GER2-1039-TB-03; GER2-1039-TB-03Mod 1; Mod 2; GEC1-9103-TB-07)
2006 - Research grant from GNSF # GNSF/ST06/6-102
2006 - Research grant from GNSF # GNSF/ST06/6-103
2007 - Grant of FP-6 project "INCOMAT"
2007 - Research grant (4309) from STCU-Georgia
2008 - STEP-BPG 01/08
2009 - GNSF research grant
2010 - STEP-BPG 01/10

 


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