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Starter grants for Clinical Lecturers. Provides support to early-career research-active clinical scientists who are at key career transition points, to gather data to strengthen their bids for longer-term fellowships and funding.
Travel grants may be given to enable the attendance at important international research events of professionals engaged in A-T research, where this would otherwise not be possible.
Travel awards for researchers or students presenting at conferences on the ataxias
Provides small grants (less than £5000) for research projects into Ataxia.
Support projects where a relatively small amount of money can make a big difference for children and young people experiencing disadvantage.
The Bone Cancer Research Trust funds research from a range of disciplines to help to find the cause or cure of primary bone cancer. We also fund research that will improve the care for patients with this disease. This Ideas Grant is for research focused on adamantinoma.
Funding to enable researchers to learn new skills through short term laboratory visits. Funding is also available to attend conferences where new research findings are presented.
Area of interest is lower GI/ bowel research in malignant and non-malignant, diagnostic or treatment studies or device/intervention development for which future translation to tangible patient benefit can be anticipated.
These aim to build research links between hospitals and universities in developing countries and UK universities or NHS Trusts, with the goal of building research capacity. Awarded to enable applicants from developing countries with a colleague or mentor in the UK to work together to develop a research project.
To fund smaller research projects with direct benefit to patients, or to fund 'proof of concept' studies that facilitate larger studies.