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Our Pioneer Award funds innovative, higher risk ideas, from any discipline, that could revolutionise our understanding of cancer.
Funding for clinical trainees to undertake a research project after completion of a PhD.
The Research Bursary provides short-term funding to allow clinicians and other health professionals to get involved in research projects early in their career.
Provide funding within several funding streams for a wide range of activities, from basic research to late phase clinical trials.
Funds highly ambitious translational research conducted in association with a clinical trial or well designed clinical study.The types of studies that fit this scheme are typically investigator-led studies for highly ambitious translational research conducted in association with a clinical trial or well-designed clinical study with the objective of optimising treatment and maximising patient benefit.
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.
Supports research projects that address improved treatment for and survival from childhood and young person cancer and into improved quality of ongoing life.
Little Princess Trust Project Grants - offers funds and grants to researchers to help beat childhood cancer.