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Small grants to cover support or administrative costs to enable research to be carried out, written up or disseminated.
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 funding for equipment to be used for ataxia research (by researchers not already in receipt of a grant from Ataxia UK).
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 projects working to make a real difference to children and young people's lives.
Support projects where a relatively small amount of money can make a big difference for children and young people experiencing disadvantage.
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.