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Health Research Accelerator Grant

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A reminder that we are now accepting applications for the Joint Health Research Accelerator Award.

This scheme is targeted at academics across the 4 Health Research Centres (Manchester Met) and academics within the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health (UoM). The aim is to forge collaborative research that addresses a health research problem of strategic significance within the two Universities. These awards should be used as pump-priming funds with the intention of providing preliminary data to apply for external funding to a major funding agency or charity. It is expected that any projects awarded will apply for external follow-on-funding within 24 months after the award has been made.

The scheme will focus on projects that fall within the broad definition of “health research”, though we particularly welcome Health Profession applicants from Nursing and Physio. Any project must outline a visionary research topic with strategic importance to the health research problem to be addressed and must fit strategically within the lead organization. The project must be led by a Principal Investigator within either Faculty and must include an Early Career Researcher as a co-applicant.

The maximum award is up to £10,000 and must be spent within 12 months of the award being made.

The closing date for applications is Friday 30th September 2016.

For full details and to apply, please visit MMU Research.

Applicants will be notified of the result toward the end of October. However, due to the scale of the scheme, in most cases only limited feedback will be provided.

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