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Inviting applications for medical research that has the potential to benefit children and adults with Ataxia Telangiectasia (A-T).
Supports research which focuses on child health to include problems affecting pregnancy, childbirth, babies, children and young people. Emphasis is on clinical research or research at the interface between clinical and basic science.
These awards aim to enable world-class research teams to tackle challenges in priority areas of asthma research.
Full or partial funding for particular research projects.
Provides funding for innovative and relevant research on the ataxias that fit into an explicit therapeutic strategy. Will consider research projects, PhD studentships and research fellowships.
Provides small grants (less than £5000) for research projects into Ataxia.
Support research which has the potential to improve the delivery of neonatal care.
Funding for clearly defined research projects addressing key questions in the field of blood cancer. The remit of the project grant scheme includes research projects that maximise the value and outcome of a clinical trial.
Funding for UK-registered medical practitioners for either research in progress or prospective paediatric research.
Provides funding for a variety of different subject areas, ranging from research into rheumatism and arthritis, to cardiovascular disease, cancer and neurological disorders.