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DRWF Research Fellowships are given for research related to causes, cures or complications of diabetes
Allows outstanding medically or clinically qualified professionals, including nurses, pharmacists and members of the Allied Health Professions, who have gained a PhD or equivalent (eg MD (Res)), to establish themselves as independent researchers with a view to a long term career as a clinical research leader in the field of diabetes.
Enables outstanding science graduates to study for a PhD in the field of diabetes research.
Provides support for high quality, diabetes-related research. Applications should normally be for hypothesis-driven projects.
The RD Lawrence Fellowship is a career development fellowship that enables postdoctoral researchers to establish their independence in diabetes research.
Enables graduate healthcare professionals to work towards a PhD or MD in diabetes and develop a career in research.
Open to researchers who have already been awarded an ERC grant. This will be additional funding to establish the innovation potential of ideas arising from the ERC-funded research projects.
Offers a large variety of funding opportunities for research and innovation activities through calls for proposals that are set out in the Horizon 2020 work programme.
Aims to support organisations with grants in several categories including health, education, youth and community.
Fellowships support clinically active professionals within the UK to undertake a higher research degree in the field of type 1 diabetes research. The scheme can also provide post-doctoral funding for applicants who achieved their PhD more than five years ago but who have not been research active since due to clinical training commitments.