Dunhill Medical Trust – Research Project Grant Scheme
Applications are invited from academics and clinicians from all health professions (including allied health professionals) who wish to undertake a research proposal aimed at improving the understanding of the mechanisms of ageing, the treatment of age-related disease and frailty or identifying and developing new and effective ways to improve the lives of older people.
Research Project Grants should be completed in a maximum period of three years. The minimum grant available is £25k and the maximum is £300k.
Host institutions for the research project grant should be a recognised university department, teaching hospital or other recognised research centre within the UK.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm on 5th January 2018
The following opportunities are available from NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research Programme 17/99 Standard researcher-led (including complex health and care needs in older people theme) 17/100 Researcher-led (evidence synthesis) Health Technology Assessment Programme 17/95 Treatments for women with recurrent stress urinary incontinence after failed primary surgery 17/98 Management of hidradenitis suppurativa Invention for Innovation…
The Health Foundation, an independent charity committed to bringing about better health and health care for people in the UK, has launched a new £1.5 million funding programme for innovative research on the economic and social value of health in the UK. Researchers are invited to submit research proposals that build the evidence for health…
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Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship Programme – Round 6
Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowships (KMRF) are designed to support a balance of innovative knowledge mobilisation and research into the processes and impacts of such innovation. Through innovative practice and systematic study of that practice KMR Fellows should advance knowledge and understanding about research use, influence and impact.