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Provides financial support for the collection of pilot or proof-of-concept data. Applications are invited from clinician and scientist investigators, including Academic Clinical Lecturers, based at a UK university or hospital planning research studies on any topic within paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition.
Applications from PhD students to cover project consumables costs in a research project in liver disease in children and young people.
Supports preliminary research that will contribute to a subsequent larger research grant proposal. Projects may be stand-alone or linked to one or more existing studies.
Supports a wide range of projects, including clinical, lab-based, social and nursing research which look into understanding and improving treatments in paediatric hepatology.
Award for translational or proof of concept research in any area of gastroenterology. Five grants for research on gastroenterology (including hepatology and pancreatology) and two grants for research on any aspect of nutrition that is related to gastroenterology (including pancreatology and hepatology).
These trainee research awards are open to speciality trainees, who are eager to conduct research or audit/quality improvement in any area of gastroenterology (including pancreatology and hepatology) or nutrition in relation to gastroenterology.
The programme aims to research ideas on the new ways of thinking that generate new knowledge with a focus on productivity and retention within the health care workforce.
Provides five years of funding to enable talented clinicians to pursue academic research alongside their clinical practice.
Aims to support innovative approaches and ideas. Projects should test and develop ideas and approaches to improve health and social care delivery or the way people manage their own health care in the UK.
To support high quality, original policy analysis that will generate insight to support and inform policy makers on important current and future issues in UK health policy.