Starter grants for clinical lecturers
Maximum duration: one to two years
Deadline: Monday 10 September 2018
Contact: Academy of Medical Sciences grants team at email@example.com
This scheme is a partnership between the Academy of Medical Sciences and Arthritis Research UK. Other partners in this scheme include the Wellcome Trust, the British Heart Foundation, the Medical Research Council and Diabetes UK.
What do starter grants for clinical lecturers provide?
The starter grants for clinical lecturers scheme provides modest starter funds of up to £30,000 over one to two years to enable research active clinical lecturers to pursue their research work, gather preliminary data and so further strengthen their applications for longer term fellowships and funding.
Who can apply for a starter grant for clinical lecturer?
The grants are intended as start-up funding and as such are not intended for applicants who have already obtained substantial funding through, for example, Clinician Scientist Fellowships, New Investigator Awards or large project grants.
All eligible applicants must:
- Have a PhD or MD
- hold a medical, dental or veterinary undergraduate degree and be registered with the General Medical Council, General Dental Council or Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons
- hold a clinical contract.
What can you apply for?
The maximum grant available is £30,000. This can be spread over one to two years to contribute towards directly incurred research costs such as consumables and equipment.
Grants cannot be used to pay for your personal salary costs or to employ research assistants, PhD students or postdoctoral staff.
How to apply
These grants are administered by the Academy of Medical Sciences, more information and details on how to apply can be found on their website.
During the review process, prior career breaks will be taken into account when evaluating a candidate’s research output and progress.
Successful applicants cannot reapply. Unsuccessful applicants are limited to one resubmission.
Submission deadline is Monday 10 September at 17:00.
The Panel will convene in December, with the results and feedback sent out in January 2019.