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To fund scientific research into Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), research into the social and psychological impacts of IBD, and research into improving health services for people with the condition.
To encourage young scientists to gain their PhD whilst researching Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
For non-clinician scientists with a PhD wishing to undertake scientific research relevant to or involving children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
To support a single project or part of a larger ongoing project aimed at understanding, treating and seeking a cure for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
A clinical or scientific training post for paediatricians in training who are seeking to specialise in paediatric gastroenterology with an interest in Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Provides specialist training in cystic fibrosis medicine, and aims to train the future leaders of specialist adult CF care. Also give Fellows the opportunity to embark on clinically-based research, service evaluation or quality improvement projects, which will dovetail into their clinical training programmes.
Fund Strategic Research Centres intended to create multidisciplinary teams to address questions of strategic relevance to people with cystic fibrosis.
Funds hands-on experience of research during the academic summer vacation for promising medical and basic science undergraduates.
Designed to bring funding from external agencies into the field of cystic fibrosis research, the Venture and Innovation Awards (VIAs) support transformational and innovative research projects.
Provides grants for research, which meets any of the following criteria: improve our understanding of the biology and genetics of all forms of epidermolysis bullosa (EB); work towards the development of therapies (including possible gene therapies, cell therapies, drug therapies or protein therapies); understand the nature of wound healing and the development of skin cancer in EB, and seek to develop better treatments and prevention strategies; support clinical care research to improve the manag...