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AZ-MRC industry partnerships for academic clinicians

Apply for funding to embed within AstraZeneca, to gain knowledge and experience of the regulatory and clinical trial process involved in the development and registration of a new therapy.

You must be:

  • based at a UK research organisation
  • a registered healthcare professional
  • in receipt of MRC funding

Pre-announcement: Centre of Excellence for Resilient Infrastructure Analysis on DAFNI

Apply for funding to support the Centre of Excellence for Resilient Infrastructure Analysis on the Data and Analytics Facility for National Infrastructure (DAFNI).

We are seeking participation from UK research organisations who will work to address grand-challenge problems for infrastructure resilience.

We are interested in modelling and analysis methodologies to be used to explore resilience and support decision making to address short or long term shocks.

Understanding coverage in UK longitudinal population studies

Apply for funding to deliver a project on understanding coverage in UK longitudinal population studies.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.

Mental health platform hubs

Apply for funding for an interdisciplinary mental health hub (consortium) that addresses key mental health challenges.

The hubs will be funded for up to five years at 80% of the full economic cost. Awards will have a fixed start date of 1 April 2024.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation funding.

Pre-announcement: Engineering Biology Missions Hubs and Mission Awards

This is a pre-announcement to apply for funding for Engineering Biology Mission Hubs and Awards.

This funding will develop an integrated research and innovation programme to deliver UK research capacity and capability, drive technology development and uptake, and stimulate innovation to tackle major challenges through a mission focus.

This competition is part of the UK Research and Innovation led National Engineering Biology Programme.

Pre-announcement: collaborative community research to tackle health inequalities

Apply for funding to create and test collaborative models for the integration of cultural, community and natural environment assets into health and care systems. The aim is to create healthier communities and environments across the UK.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.

Expression of interest: Human Functional Genomics Initiative clusters

Apply for funding to lead a cluster as part of a coordinated Human Functional Genomics Initiative.

You must:

  • be based at an organisation eligible for MRC funding
  • meet individual eligibility requirements

The total fund is up to £16 million and funding will last for 4 years. We anticipate funding four to five clusters.

Pre-announcement: applied global health partnership

Apply for funding to support partnerships to enable research that will address global health challenges and inequities.

We will accept proposals of all sizes, including large projects and small to medium-scale applications.

Opportunity: arts and humanities-led research commercialisation

Opportunity for existing research projects to create commercial impacts through applied arts and humanities methodologies, as part of AHRC’s commitment to increasing support for research commercialisation. Interdisciplinary approaches welcomed.

Open to projects funded by any part of UK Research and Innovation in the last 24 months, so long as the new follow-on work falls clearly within AHRC’s remit.

Future Leaders Fellowships: round eight

Apply for funding to support ambitious research and innovation across UKRI’s remit.

You must be an early career researcher or innovator who is either:

  • looking to establish or transition to independence
  • developing their own original and ambitious plans within a commercial setting

This is the website for UKRI: our seven research councils, Research England and Innovate UK.
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