Current Funding Opportunities
Current funding calls include:
- The NIHR Cochrane Programme Grant Scheme Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are now invited for a new round of the scheme for 30 September.
- Horizon 2020’s Societal Challenges for Indian Participation, with calls in
- Promoting mental health and well being in the young, Deadline 4 October.
- Comparing the effectiveness of existing healthcare interventions in the adult population, Deadline 4 October.
- Stroke association postgraduate and postdoctoral fellowships are available, application deadline 2 November.
Postgraduate: Click here.
Postdoctoral: Click here.
Lectureships: deadline 19 October.
Fellowships: Deadline of the 23rd September: Junior, senior and Clinician and healthcare professionals training fellowships click here.
o Alzheimer Society Dissemination Grants: Deadline 30 September.
o Alzheimer Society Implementation Grants: Deadline 15 October.
Proposals are invited for Philomathia Forum by 21 October
The School of the Humanities and Social Sciences is running a series of events with a goal of increasing involvement with public policy makers, funded by the Philomathia Foundation. Proposals are now invited from researchers in all disciplines, for Forum sessions to be held between November 2016 and August 2017; if you are interested in collaborating in this way, please complete and return a proforma to firstname.lastname@example.org by 21 October
The fourth annual Philomathia Symposium will take place in November 2017 in Cambridge. The interdisciplinary conversations that form the basis of the annual Symposium are a continuation of those begun in the Philomathia Forum – a series of individual workshops linked topically to the Symposium’s theme. The Forum aims to generate debate and raise questions that can directly inform the Programme’s primary research. Further details are available at here.
For the academic year 2016-17, the Forum seeks to support up to four sessions that aim to examine the policy implications of issues around democracy, empowerment and exclusion – broadly conceived. Themes might include the effects of globalisation on local governance, populist backlash, the politics of belonging, the dynamics of exclusion, and new forms of democracy, amongst others. Proposals are now invited from researchers in all disciplines, for Forum sessions to be held between November 2016 and August 2017; if you are interested in collaborating in this way, please contact email@example.com for an application
Find out more about these and other funding opportunities on the Public Health at Cambridge funding website.