Paget's Research Funding 2022
The Paget's Association funds research into various aspects of Paget's Disease of Bone.
***APPLICATIONS FOR 2022 HAVE NOW CLOSED***
The closing date for all award applications was Tuesday 25th January 2022, 23:59 GMT.
Research Project Grant Round
Each year the Paget’s Association invites applications for Research Project Grants in all areas of Paget’s Disease of Bone.
Researchers are now invited to apply for funding. The process to access the applications is in two stages. The first stage is an application summarising the research to be undertaken and how it aligns with our strategies and priorities. If this basic application is approved by the Research Subcommittee, the researchers are invited to submit a second-stage detailed application.
- Research grants are only available to lead investigators based in the UK, although international collaborators can be considered.
The Paget’s Association’s MRes Award (New for 2022)
The Paget’s Association invites applications for Funded MRes Research Projects in all areas of Paget’s Disease of Bone. These grants are only available for projects based in the UK, will cover student stipend and University (home) tuition fees, and are intended to attract the most promising graduates to the Paget’s research field.
Funding will cover university tuition fees (up to £10,000) and student stipend (£17,000 total) for one year postgraduate MRes projects (two years for part-time study). Where host institutions do not provide running costs, up to £3,000 may be provided by the Association (subject to agreement). The total value of award will not exceed £30,000.
Student Research Bursary
The Paget’s Association is pleased to offer Student Research Bursaries of £6,000. The bursaries are designed to encourage promising UK Science or Medical Students, Allied Health Professionals, and Nurses, to pursue Masters and PhD-level research into any aspect of Paget’s Disease of Bone.
The Association will provide funding to support recipients in their study towards Masters (postgraduate or intercalated medical) and PhD degrees. There is flexibility for the funding to be shared between the student (as stipend, up to 100%) and their institution (research costs, up to 50%). For full details of the bursary scheme and application form, please follow this link.
Find out about our Educational Award
Applications are invited for the Paget's Association's Educational Award, aimed at enhancing the education of health care professionals, patients, carers and the public about Paget’s Disease of Bone. Applications are invited from UK-based individuals at all levels although applicants are encouraged to contact the Association for guidance on individual eligibility.
For full details of the Award and application form, please follow this link.
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