BMA Foundation Covid-19 Grant
The BMA Foundation for Medical Research is offering the COVID-19 grant, for new and ongoing research into COVID-19.
Grant amount: up to £65,000
Open to any UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK.
Applications can be for new and ongoing research into Covid-19.
Applicants must submit the following documentations in PDF format:
– Project proposal (max 2,500 words)
– Funding breakdown
– Ethical approval (if relevant)
– Organisation permission letter
– Details of two referees and their contact details
How to apply:
To apply please email your application documents to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 3 April 2020.
Please use the subject heading ‘BMA FOUNDATION COVID-19’ in your email.
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We aim to inform applicants on the outcome of their application by the end April 2020.
Barnett Christie Lecture
BIA Award Lecture at the Conference of the Federation of Infection Societies (FIS) with emphasis on presentation of original Research including an overview of the recipient's field of research.
BIA Research Fellowship
This award provides salary and consumables costs for trainees undertaking infection-related research in an academic centre in the UK (or appropriate UK-linked centre overseas).
For previous and existing Fellowship holders, the End of Grant report form can be found here.
BIA Research Project Grants
These awards provide consumables costs for trainees undertaking an infection-related research project in an academic centre in the UK. It is envisaged funds would be used to support preliminary study in a field with intention of developing the work either through a research fellowship or as an independent investigator.
BIA Clinical Exchange Award
These awards support trainees undertaking clinical or research placements overseas in the area of infection.
BIA Travel Awards
These awards support travel to major national or international meetings, in particular, ASM, ICAAC, IDSA, and ECCMID to present original research, where the abstract is already accepted. Accommodation and registration costs may also be included, up to the £1000 grant limit.
The BIA Travel From Overseas Award (see below) is reserved for an overseas applicant with an abstract accepted at FIS to facilitate their attendance at FIS (held each year in November).
BIA Travel From Overseas Award
To support attendance at the Federation of Infection Societies Meeting
BMA Foundation for Medical Research HC Roscoe Grant
The BMA Foundation for Medical Research awards research grants each year to encourage and further medical research in a variety of areas. One of these grants, the HC Roscoe, is to promote research into the elimination of the common cold and/or other viral diseases of the human respiratory system.
Applications are invited from UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK and can be for either research in progress or prospective research.
In 2020, the HC Roscoe grant will be awarded for an amount up to £65,000.
This grant, and other BMA Foundation grants will be available to apply for online on the BMA Foundation website from 01 January 2020. The application deadline is 6 March 2020.
For more information on the HC Roscoe grant, other BMA Foundation grants and to apply, please see: www.bmafoundationmr.org.uk
If you have any queries please contact email@example.com or telephone 020 7383 6341.
Gilead UK & Ireland HIV Fellowship Programme
The Gilead UK & Ireland Fellowship Programme started in 2009. The aim of the Programme is to support local innovation and best practice in patient care in HIV, viral hepatitis, oncology, respiratory and invasive fungal disease. The Programme invites applications from healthcare or allied professionals who are seeking funding for a project that aligns with the goals of the Gilead UK & Ireland Fellowship Programme.
The aim of the Programme is to support local innovation and best practice in patient care in HIV, viral hepatitis, oncology/haematology, respiratory and invasive fungal disease. The Programme invites applications from healthcare or allied professionals who are seeking funding for a project that aligns with the goals of the Gilead UK & Ireland Fellowship Programme.
To register interest for the HIV Fellowship Grants Programme 2020 please click the link below.