**SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 5pm on Wednesday 3rd April 2019**
We have now launched our 2019 call for project grant applications.
We are inviting preliminary grant applications for translational research projects under our three priority themes: acquired brain and spinal cord injury, neuro-oncology, and headache and facial pain.
We would like to receive applications for the funding of mechanism-based research that addresses areas of large unmet need and demonstrates a clear pathway to clinical impact in one of our three priority areas:
What can be funded?
Our project grants are intended to provide funds for the employment of research staff and the purchase of essential equipment and consumables for projects lasting up to three years. PhD students may also be funded.
The maximum grant size is £300,000.
As well as typical research projects, we will consider requests for research infrastructure support where they demonstrate rapid patient benefit and are highly collaborative. Requests for the support of pilot studies are also welcomed.
Who may apply?
Proposals must be submitted by a UK academic institution (university, hospital or research institute).
We will consider funding international collaborations where they are led by a UK team.
Application process and timetable
There is a two-stage application process.
The first stage involves submission of a preliminary application, using the form provided below. The deadline for submission of preliminary applications is 5pm on Wednesday 3rd April 2019.
Potential applicants should first read the application guidelines and the other documents provided below.
Submitted applications will be reviewed and short-listed by the members of our Scientific Advisory Panel. Short listing decisions will in each case be based on:
Short-listed applicants will be invited to submit a detailed proposal, which will then undergo external peer review. Awards will be made in September 2019.
Please call Katie Martin on 0117 909 4809 or email email@example.com with any queries not addressed in the guidelines document.
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