Guts UK - Dr Falk Awards [CLOSED]

Guts UK/Dr Falk awards recognise the achievements of those who bring new insight to gastroenterology, pancreatology and hepatology, and the collaboration that furthers patient care. These awards are an opportunity to achieve national recognition as well as financial support for career progression.

Paediatricians launch landmark report on gastrointestinal, liver and nutritional disorders facing children and young people

Children and young people around the four countries of the UK with gastrointestinal, liver and nutritional disorders face a wide variation of support when it comes to getting out of hours or 24/7 emergency care says the British Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (BSPHGA...

Guts UK / BSPGHAN - Development Grants [CLOSED]

Guts UK and BSPGHAN are inviting applications for research studies on any topic within the spectrum of paediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. These awards are envisaged as development grants for the collection of pilot or proof-of-concept data that will enable a high-quality competitive application to be made subsequently to a research council or other large funder, such as the NIHR.
Award programme/theme
Project grant
Funding amount range
Under £50,000
Maximum duration
2 years
Submission deadline

Crohn's in Childhood Research Association- John Earnshaw Bursary Awards [CLOSED]

Specifically to enable CICRA funded Research Fellows, and others in training in the area of Paediatric IBD, to support their attendance at UK and international scientific/educational congresses, and if appropriate IBD related training courses.
Award programme/theme
Research support grant
Funding amount range
Under £50,000
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BPSU study - Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)

Surveillance of Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is due to commence in March 2021. In conjunction with parallel reporting through the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Surveillance System, this study aims to establish incidence rates of ARFID presenting to secondary health care, refe...