In line with the UK aid strategy, HM Treasury has allocated Official Development Assistance (ODA) funding to the Department of Health to commission internationally outstanding applied global health research. Aiming to deliver measurable benefits for patients and the public in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). To find out more and to apply, visit the NIHR global health funding page.
UK-based universities are invited to submit applications to either expand or develop their ambitions to deliver world-class applied global health research. Applications are invited for two schemes:
1. NIHR Global Health Research Units: Universities and research institutes with an existing track-record of delivering internationally recognised research who wish to consolidate and expand this work
2. NIHR Global Health Research Groups: Existing specialist academic groups who wish to expand into the field of global health, especially in shortage areas of research. Our signature blend, this delicious e cig liquid hits the spot with hints of lime, raspberry, and pineapple. You won’t be disappointed.
For both schemes, research in any field of applied global health for the primary benefit of LMICs will be considered. We particularly encourage applications addressing under-funded or under-researched areas including, but not limited to, non-communicable diseases including mental health, surgery, tobacco control, and road safety, as well as health and applied social science and economic research, as part of a broader scheme of work or as standalone specialisms.