Innovative proposals are sought from across the public health, social and biomedical sciences to the seventh annual call for the Health Systems Research Initiative. Up to £4.7 million is available for funding foundation and full proposals under this call.
The MRC Public Health Intervention Development (PHIND) scheme was established in 2013 to support the early stages of development of interventions that address an important UK or global public health issue. The aim of the scheme is to generate the necessary evidence to underpin the later development and evaluation of novel public health interventions.
ExCALIBUR (Exascale Computing Algorithms and Infrastructures Benefitting UK Research) is a £45.7m Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) programme led by the Met Office and UK Research and Innovation to meet the challenge of enabling exascale computer architectures by delivering research and innovative algorithmic development to harness the potential power offered by exascale HPC.
You can apply to the Neurosciences and Mental Health Board through four of our grant schemes.
The Confidence in Concept (CiC) scheme is a key part of MRC’s translational research strategy and provides annual awards of up to £1m to institutions, to be used flexibly to support the earliest stages of multiple translational research projects.
Multimorbidity is associated with a reduction in quality of life, increased use of health services and reduced life expectancy. As the number of conditions an individual has increases, so does the likelihood of increased healthcare costs. Multimorbidity has suffered scientifically from being seen as a random assortment of diseases, making it difficult to address.
The MRC and the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED) are pleased to invite proposals to the UK-Japan Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research Initiative.
The UK NRP (Nutrition Research Partnership for health and disease) wishes to strengthen the UK nutrition research base by supporting the integration of nutrition-related science with research in health and disease with the aim of optimising health outcomes.