ABS Research Development Grants
The application deadline for ABS Research Development Grants was Monday 30th January. The panel’s decision will be notified in early May 2017.
Successful candidates will be expected to submit a report to the Academic and Research Committee of the ABS within 3 months of the completion of the project for which the grant is awarded. ABS support should be acknowledged in all presentations, abstracts and publications relating to the award.
Personal Awards and Fellowships
NIHR Funding Streams
The National Institute for Health Research aims to 'Improve the health and wealth of the nation through research' and funds a range of programmes addressing a broad range of health priorities. NIHR aims to produce evidence that enables professionals, policy makers and patients to make informed decisions about healthcare and provide the means to turn new interventions into better care. The NIHR also funds career development for researchers whose work focuses on people.
The ABS is an NIHR non-commercial partner, following self declaration by the organisation. Appropriate research studies funded through the ABS' eligible funding streams are automatically eligible for NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) support and therefore entitled to:
- Use the NIHR Coordinated System for gaining NHS Permissions (NIHR CSP) which is accessed via the Integrated Research Application System (IRAS)
- Access NHS support via the NIHR Clinical Research Network
National Cancer Research Institute
The NCRI's 'Surgeons guide to research and funding' provides an excellent overview of funding opportunities available to surgeons.
These bodies provide a broad range of funding for pilot studies, projects, programme grants and personal awards. Each body has its own specific remit, that needs consideration when applying for funding.
You can find out more about applying for funding, research policies and how Breast Cancer Now award grants on their website.
Cancer Research UK are increasing their funding for clinical academic careers and have launched new funding opportunities to support clinicians to do cancer research from pre-PhD to Fellowships and beyond. Their funding includes a Postdoctoral Research Bursary, a Clinical Scientist Fellowship and an Advanced Clinicial Scientist Fellowship.
The World Cancer Research Fund's Research Grant Programme funds research on the effects of diet, nutrition, body composition and physical activity on cancer prevention and survival.
The Breast Cancer Research Trust is a charity dedicated to funding clinical and laboratory project research, undertaken in recognised cancer centres or research institutions in the UK, directly aimed at improving the prevention, early diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
Clinical Trials Awards and Advisory Committee (CTAAC)
The Clinical Trials Awards and Advisory Committee reviews applications for funding or endorsement of late phase investigator-led, cancer-related studies.
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