22/02/19

Current open funding calls with Kidney Research UK

Research Project and Innovation Grants 2019

Applications are invited for:
Research Project Grants – These are stand-alone research projects that will advance our knowledge of kidney disease and refine current treatments or lead to new advances.
Research Project grants offer up to a maximum of £200,000 spread over a maximum period of three years.
Innovation Grants – These are stand-alone research studies that will advance our knowledge of kidney disease particularly for new hypotheses where initial pilot/supporting data is required prior to a full research project.
Innovation grants offer up to a maximum of £40,000 spread over a maximum period of two years.
The closing date is 5pm on Wednesday 6 March 2019. Applications are online only and accepted at www.kidneyresearchuk.org
For further information please contact the Research Operations Team on 01733 367848 or 01733 367857 or email.

Funding Opportunity for Medical Students: (Intercalated Degrees)

Applications are now invited from medical students who wish to undertake an intercalated degree.
These are grants of £5,000 over one year to medical students undertaking research that is directly relevant to the kidney and kidney disease as part of an intercalated degree.
Awards are required to commence by October 2019 (Academic Year 2019/20).
The closing date is 5pm on Friday 29 March 2019. Applications are online only and accepted at www.kidneyresearchuk.org.
For further information please contact the Research Operations Team on 01733 367848 or 01733 367857 or email.

Joint funding opportunities with MRC

The Clinical Research Training Fellowship is open for applications on 15 February 2019. Please see the MRC website for full details.

Researchfish submission period open

The Researchfish multi-funder submission period is open until March 14, 2019. All Kidney Research UK grant holders are required to record all outputs and impacts of their funded research on Researchfish. This information enables the charity to document the projects it funds and how the money supporters raise translates into benefits for kidney patients.