These projects should build on initial proof of concept work so it can be developed into larger projects.
Call open: 25 June 2018
Application deadline: 03 Sept 2018
Funding decision: March 19
Call open: 07 January 2019
Application deadline: 18 March 2019
Funding decision: September 2019
Funding of up to £60,000 per year, for up to 2 years can be requested.
This scheme supports pilot studies that explore and develop novel concepts that may eventually lead to significant improvements in clinical outcomes, including quality of life, for people with brain tumours.
We also welcome proposals that explore innovative approaches that could fundamentally change our understanding, diagnosis, and/or management of brain tumours.
This scheme aims to allow the generation of sufficient data to support applications for larger scale projects to national/international funding organisations.
To obtain input from those affected by brain tumours, we strongly recommend that applicants access our Research Involvement Network (RIN) for public and patient involvement. In order to receive feedback from the RIN, please allow for a minimum of 3 weeks turnaround time.
Proposals should address a key, unresolved area in brain tumour research that could lead to a shift in the concepts or methods that drive the field
The Brain Tumour Charity is a member of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) and adheres to its principles of peer review. All applications will be considered by our Biomedical Scientific Advisory Board (Biomedical SAB) alongside lay representatives of people affected by brain tumours.
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If you would like to discuss project ideas or require any additional information, please contact the Research Team.
Phone: +44 (0) 1252 418190