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Provides funding for a variety of different subject areas, ranging from research into rheumatism and arthritis, to cardiovascular disease, cancer and neurological disorders.
Provides an opportunity for talented NHS staff to undertake dedicated PAs in research in a recognised UK centre of excellence in cardiovascular medicine.
Support clinical trials and other clinical studies relevant to the cardiovascular system.
To provide an opportunity for the most promising newly qualified postdoctoral researchers to make an early start in developing their independent cardiovascular research careers in an established institution in the UK.
Provides a career opportunity in an established research institution in the UK for individuals with an established research record who intend to become leaders in academic medical research.
Designed to encourage scientists from outside traditional cardiovascular biology to engage in cardiovascular research and bring novel expertise to the field, and to develop new technologies, models or methodologies. Examples of such collaborations includes cooperatives between biologists and engineers, physicists, mathematicians etc.
To allow talented students to complete a PhD in cardiovascular science in an established research institution in the UK.
Provide long-term support on a five year rolling basis for basic or applied clinical research relevant to the cardiovascular system.
Special project grants to provide funding for basic or applied clinical research relevant to the cardiovascular system.
Supports the development of cardiovascular technologies from the proof-of-concept stage to being ready for the commercial market. Designed to help to bridge the funding gap between promising innovations and the clinic with the aim of accelerating advances for patient benefit.