Apply for funding to deliver a new cross-council Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in environmental drivers and solutions for zoonoses.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI research grant funding.
- train a community of researchers working within a One Health framing
- encourage the community of researchers to identify integrated solutions with an environmental approach.
This scheme is for early career researchers and innovators who are either:
- looking to establish or transition to independence
- developing their own original and ambitious plans within a commercial setting.
We are offering funding to support ambitious research or innovation programmes across UKRI’s remit.
You must be based at, and have the support of, an eligible academic or non-academic institution.
Apply for funding to support new partnerships between diverse groups of researchers in infections and immunity.
- be a researcher employed by a research organisation eligible to apply for MRC funding
- have at least a postgraduate degree.
Apply for funding to undertake world-leading research to advance the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in the UK.
This opportunity is aimed at established researchers. International applicants are welcome. However, you must be based in the UK at an organisation eligible for UK Research and Innovation funding to hold the fellowship.
Apply for funding to develop and test novel therapeutics, medical devices, diagnostics and other interventions.
You must be based at a research organisation eligible for MRC 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 build on existing COVID-19 collaborative infrastructure, partnerships and resources.
You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for MRC funding.
Proposals must be within remit of MRC’s four research boards.
Apply for funding for the early-stage development of an intervention that seeks to address a UK or global public health challenge.
Any researcher employed by an eligible research organisation, including MRC institutes and units (including those in Gambia and Uganda), can apply for this funding opportunity.
Apply for funding to support research that will benefit the health of vulnerable global populations.
We will accept proposals of all sizes, including large research projects of approximately £1 million and small to medium-scale applications.
Apply for funding to develop new guidance on biomedical and health research methods.
The guidance should aim to:
- improve the understanding and use of better methods related to the remit of MRC or NIHR
- be accessible to those without specialist methodology knowledge.
You must have a postgraduate degree and be based at an eligible research organisation.
Apply for funding to develop your research interests through a collaborative partnership.
You must be a research-qualified healthcare professional at consultant level or equivalent. You must not be currently undertaking any substantial research activity.
You must have a research partner based at an eligible research organisation.