Apply for a fellowship to explore your own research ideas and develop links with industry, including secondments, training and mentorship.
Your research project should support the development of cell and oligonucleotide therapies.
You must have a PhD, or equivalent higher research degree, by the start of the fellowship.
This opportunity is open to both clinical and non-clinical researchers.
Apply for funding to develop and test novel therapeutics, medical devices, diagnostics and other interventions.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
Your project should focus on at least one of the following stages of development:
- early development and design
- pre-clinical testing
- early-phase clinical studies and trials (up to phase 2a).
Apply for funding to develop or improve drugs or plant protection agents to help:
- treat bacterial or fungal infections
- reduce the spread of resistance to drugs.
- be based at a research organisation eligible for MRC funding
- apply as part of a consortium of transnational partners.
Your project should involve either:
- licensed antibiotics or antifungals
- interventions in pre-clinical or early clinical development.
Apply for funding to improve the delivery of nucleic acid therapeutics.
We expect to fund one consortium. We will fund:
- small or medium-sized enterprises
- academic organisations
- public sector organisations.
The principal investigator must be UK based.
Apply for funding to investigate the causes, progression and treatment of human disease. Your proposal must include an experimental intervention or challenge in humans.
You must be based at an eligible research organisation.
You can apply if you hold a fellowship or lectureship.
This is an ongoing scheme. Application rounds open every January and July.
Apply for funding to develop early-stage technologies in sensing and imaging.
You must be based at an eligible UK organisation. You must collaborate with organisations from other disciplines.
Your project must have two co-principal investigators. They must be from different research areas.
Apply for funding to develop an early-stage intervention that seeks to address UK or global public health challenges.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for MRC funding. This includes MRC units and centres.
Apply for funding to establish a national human nervous tissue sample resource.
This will be a pilot to enable researchers to access living and post-mortem nervous tissue.
The resource should support neuroscience and mental health research.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for MRC funding.
Apply for funding to build a network that will:
- encourage engagement between academia and the catapult centres
- deliver the Researchers in Residence awards.
- be a UK resident
- be based at an eligible research organisation
- have experience of running large centres or networks.
Apply for funding to help improve research in the field of ‘adolescence, mental health and the developing mind’ through:
- methodological innovation
- capability building.
You can be researcher at any career stage who is:
- within the remit of AHRC, ESRC or MRC
- based in the UK
- from a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.