BPSU study - Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis/ chronic nonbacterial osteomyelitis (CRMO/CNO)
Surveillance of chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis/ chronic nonbacterial osteomyelitis (CRMO/CNO) commenced in October 2020. It is being led by Dr Chenqu Suo, winner of the Sir Peter Tizard Bursary 2018-19. This study intends to find out how common CRMO/CNO is, and who is involved in the car...
William Harvey Research Foundation - Innovation Award
Funds pioneering research that advances the discovery of new medicines.
Versus Arthritis - Starter Grants
Provides funding to enable research active clinical lecturers to pursue their research work, gather preliminary data and so further strengthen their applications for longer term fellowships and funding.
Versus Arthritis - Immunology Innovation Award
Jointly funded by Versus Arthritis and Cancer Research UK and aims to catalyse new multidisciplinary collaborations across disease areas.
Versus Arthritis - Joint funded MRC clinician scientist Fellowship
Funds talented medically and other clinically qualified professionals, who have gained a higher research degree to lead their own research, establish a research team and make the transition to independent investigator.
The Lister Institute - Research Prizes
Funds tenured and non-tenured researchers, clinicians and non-clinicians to undertake high quality biomedical research and has no priority diseases or restrictions on the research area supported.
The British Scoliosis Research Foundation (BSRF) - Major research grant
Funds research into any area of spinal deformity research.
The British Scoliosis Research Foundation - New investigation grant
Specifically targeted to new investigators, who are researching the cause of idiopathic scoliosis so as to improve quality of life for people with all types of scoliosis
The British Scoliosis Research Foundation - Small exploratory grant
This grant is designed specifically for new investigators who have a preliminary concept they would like to develop into a research project.
Vitamin D helps the development of healthy, strong bones and to prevent rickets. RCPCH reiterates the importance of babies and children taking supplementation.