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Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation’s 2020 funding round is now open. The grants will fund either pilot (up to 12 months, £25,000) or project work (up to two years, normally up to £75,000 per year) in:
Early detection of lung cancer: Applications are invited for research projects into high risk population stratification and molecular screening
Patient experience: Applications are invited from professional groups, such as nurses and Allied Health Professionals who are very involved in the patient experience of lung cancer.
The deadline for applications is 30th April 2020.
NIHR Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme: Mitigation of the adverse effects of health and social care interventions
Stage 1 applications are invited for this call on the ‘Mitigation of the adverse effects of health and social care interventions’.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Novel interventions to reduce adverse effects (e.g. to stop misprescribing)
- Novel interventions to identify patients at increased risk of adverse effects
- Studies to stratify patients to an established treatment that has very severe adverse effects
- Development of health technologies which promise an improved safety profile.
- Additive interventions which may improve the safety profile of existing technologies
- Pharmacogenomic strategies to mitigate the risks of exaggerated or diminished drug responses.
Deadline: 1pm on 16th April 2020
The EME programme will run a webinar to support applications for this call on Tuesday 21st January, 12-1pm.
This funding call relates to the NCRI LWBC James Lind Alliance Priority #6: “How can the short-term, long-term and late effects of cancer treatments be a) prevented and/or b) best treated/managed?
Cancer Research UK: Children and Young People’s Cancer Innovation Award
The Children and Young People’s Cancer Innovation Award is a new initiative to support novel and innovative approaches to childhood cancer research.
Amount: £1m, up to 3 years
Closing date: Friday 10th January 2020
PHIND: Systems based approaches to Public Health intervention development
This call seeks to:
- Encourage the development of innovative, novel and scalable interventions which address an important UK or global public health issue
- Support the development of population-level interventions
“Population” is defined as a group of individuals an intervention may take place within, for example, schools, prisons, or larger communities and regions
Examples of the focus of population-level interventions include transport, education, employment, leisure and the built environment
Closing date: 22 Jan 2020 16:00 GMT
Tackling multimorbidity at scale: Understanding disease clusters, determinants & biological pathways
Amount: Consolidator grant up to £100k; Research Collaborative award up to £5m
Deadline: 11 February 2020
- Identify and describe new disease clusters
- Multimorbidity at different stages of the life course
- Uncovering, validating and targeting shared determinants and mechanistic pathways
- Early detection/prediction