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Establish a 1.2 GHz nuclear magnetic resonance research facility

Apply for funding to procure, install, and operate a 1.2 GHz nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) facility in the UK.

The facility must benefit all relevant research communities.

Better methods, better research

Apply for funding to improve the methods used by others in biomedical and health research.

Your project must focus on an area within MRC or NIHR’s remit.

You must be a researcher based at an organisation eligible for UKRI funding.

Pre-announcement: Turing AI World-Leading Researcher Fellowships: rounds two and three

Apply for funding to carry out world-leading artificial intelligence (AI) research in the UK.

There are no set eligibility criteria for this award. However, you should show that you:

  • have international standing in your area
  • can add value to AI research in the UK
  • can build AI capability and capacity in the UK.

This funding opportunity will open in spring 2022.

Clinician scientist fellowship

Apply for funding to support your move to independent investigator in a medical research field.

Your research can focus on any area of MRC’s remit to improve human health.

You must:

  • be a registered healthcare professional
  • have a PhD or equivalent
  • show evidence of career progression
  • show plans for developing leadership in your specialist area of research.

Clinical research training fellowship

Apply for funding to undertake a PhD or to reacquire research skills. Your research can focus on any area of MRC’s remit to improve human health.

You must be a registered healthcare professional, either:

  • planning to undertake a PhD or similar
  • a PhD graduate working outside of research, usually five or more years ago.

Career development award

Apply for funding to support your move to independent investigator in a medical research field.

Your research can focus on any area of MRC’s remit to improve human health.

You must:

  • have a PhD or equivalent
  • show evidence of career progression
  • show clear plans for developing as a leader in your specialist area of research.

Reducing global health non-communicable disease risk for young people

Apply for global health funding to reduce the risk of non-communicable diseases through implementation research.

You must:

  • be based at a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding
  • work in partnership with co-investigators based in low or middle income countries (LMICs) where the work will take place.

Your research must:

  • take a life course approach
  • focus on people aged 10 to 24 in LMICs.

Up to £5,000,000 is available (subject to quality). We expect to fund several projects.

Neurosciences and mental health partnership

Apply for a grant to support new partnerships between diverse groups of researchers in neurosciences and mental health.

You must:

  • be based at a UK research organisation eligible for MRC funding, this includes MRC units and centres
  • have at least a postgraduate degree.

Senior clinical fellowship

Apply for funding to help you become an internationally recognised research leader in your field.

Your research can focus on any area of MRC’s remit to improve human health.

You must:

  • be a registered healthcare professional
  • have a PhD or equivalent
  • have previous experience leading research funded by a UK or international funding organisation
  • be managing your own independent research group.

Senior non-clinical fellowship

Apply for funding to help you become an internationally recognised research leader in your field.

Your research can focus on any area of MRC’s remit to improve human health.

You must:

  • have a PhD or equivalent
  • have previous experience leading research funded by a UK or international funding organisation
  • be managing your own independent research group.

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