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Medical Research Council

 

Access to MRC’s biomedical nuclear magnetic resonance centre

Medical Research Council, GB

This enables scientists to use the centre’s spectrometers. Instrument time is available for a one year period starting in April 2017.

Maximum award: Not known

Closing date: 27 Jan 17

Research grants – molecular and cellular medicine

Medical Research Council, GB

These are intended for focused research projects that may be short- or long-term in nature that can be used to support method development and continuation of research facilities and may involve more than one research group or institution. Grants do not typically exceed £1 million for up to five years. Funding is usually given on the basis of 80 per cent of full economic costs of the research to the applicant’s institution.

Maximum award: £1,000,000

Closing date: 05 Jan 17 (recurring)

New investigator research grant – molecular and cellular medicine

Medical Research Council, GB

This aims to support researchers who are capable of becoming independent principal investigators and who are ready to take the next step towards that goal within the areas of molecular and cellular medicine. Grants are tenable for three years; however, in exceptional cases applications for longer periods of time may be accepted.

Maximum award: Not known

Closing date: 05 Jan 17 (recurring)

Opportunities to work in the new research complex at Harwell – research grants

Medical Research Council, GB

These enable researchers to occupy laboratory space in the Harwell research complex and utilise its facilities. Grants are awarded for any period of up to five years, and are funded on 80 per cent of full economic cost to the applicant's institution.

Maximum award: Not known

Closing date: 05 Jan 17 (recurring)

Research grants – infections and immunity

Medical Research Council, GB

These fund focused research projects that may be short- or long-term in nature related to infections and immunity, as well as method development and continuation of research facilities. Grants are typically worth up to £1 million, covering 80 per cent of full economic costs over a maximum period of five years.

Maximum award: £1,000,000

Closing date: 11 Jan 17 (recurring)

 

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