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Small grants for basic scientists and AHP's. Supports early-career researchers to undertake small research projects related to diabetes, with the aim of enabling successful recipients to go on to secure further, more significant, funding
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.
Provides funding to enable research teams to undertake social sciences research - anything from a standard research project through to a large scale survey or methodological development.
Fellowship awards provide research funding for epilepsy researchers planning to develop a track record in epilepsy research and seeking to transition into research leadership.
To support research fellowship projects into the causes, treatment, prevention and psychosocial aspects of epilepsy.
Epilepsy Research UK is issuing an urgent call for health services research that will generate high-quality evidence that informs the future delivery, quality, cost, or access of care for people with epilepsy. Central to this call, is the acceptability of innovations and delivering outcomes that have been identified by people with epilepsy.