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Latest Funding Opportunities Digest: 20th November 2013

20 November 2013

The following funding opportunities have recently been announced. Please follow the links for more information. 

UK Funders

AHRC – Translating Cultures Innovation Grants. Closing Date: 6th March 2014. AHRC – Science in Culture Innovation Awards. Closing Date: 27th February 2014=&0=& BBSRC – Welfare of managed animals (responsive mode targeted call). Closing Date: 9th January 2014 EPSRC – Fellowships for growth: building UK leadership in engineering. Closing Date: 25th November 2013 (registration), 11th December 2013 (EoIs) MRC – New Investigator Research Grants – Infections and Immunity. Closing Date: 15th January 2014 MRC – Research Grants. Closing Date: Various=&0=& NERC – Biodiversity & Ecosystem Service Sustainability: Knowledge Exchange Grants. Closing Date: 14th January 2014 Department of Health –

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Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness – Research Grant Development Awards

20 November 2013

Title

Research Grant Development Awards

Funder

Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness

Deadline

20th January & 14th July 2014

Value

Up to £6,000

Aim

Research Grant Development Awards provide ‘pump-priming’ funds for the development of high quality, innovative and multi-disciplinary research grants in medical sociology / sociology of health and illness. They are intended to support groups of individuals in working together to develop a research grant application and to submit it to a major national or international funding body within three months of the end of the award.

Length

Not stated

Eligibility

Applications will be considered from groups comprising at least four researchers, based in at least three different institutions, at least two of whom have a track record as active researchers in the sociology of health and illness.

The lead applicant must be based in a UK University or research institution and be an active researcher in the sociology of health and illness. Other applicants may be based outside the UK.

Details

http://www.shifoundation.org.uk/?q=node/20