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Infections and immunity partnership

Apply for funding to support new partnerships between diverse groups of researchers in infections and immunity.

You must:

  • be a researcher employed by a research organisation eligible to apply for MRC funding
  • have at least a postgraduate degree.

Build community research consortia to address health disparities

Apply for funding to build community research consortia to address health disparities.

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

Your project should:

  • facilitate cross-partner collaboration with a view to establishing one (or more) community asset hubs, articulating hub structure and membership
  • scope whole or part of an integrated care system (or devolved equivalent) to understand the range of services, scale of provision, key stakeholders and existing partnerships
  • explore different collaborative models for integrating co-production into the improvement of health systems.

Surveillance and diagnostics for antimicrobial resistance

Apply for funding to develop networks to improve diagnostic and surveillance tools for antimicrobial resistance. Your networks must include relevant experts and stakeholders.

You should:

  • be based at a research organisation eligible for MRC funding
  • apply as part of a consortium of transnational partners.

Developmental pathway funding scheme

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).

Build on existing COVID-19 infrastructure, partnerships and resources

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.

Pre-announcement: Public Health Intervention Development (PHIND): Sep 2022

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.

Applied global health research

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.

Develop guidance for better research methods

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.

Clinical academic research partnerships

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.

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.

This is the integrated website of the seven research councils, Research England and Innovate UK.
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