Large project grants

 

Applicants interested in submitting a large project grant must contact the Grants Team and submit a brief Expression of Interest form to help us consider if the idea is one which the Charity might potentially fund.

This initial contact should take place at least 6 weeks before the relevant submission deadline. Applicants invited to complete a preliminary application will receive a link to our online application form, along with the endorsements document in advance of the relevant deadline.

All applications need to be costed by the JRMO.

Full applications are peer reviewed externally.

Installing an MRI scanner
Key dates for the Academic Year 2018/2019 are outlined below

 

Latest for receipt of Expression of Interest

Preliminary Application deadline

Full application Deadline

Committee Meeting

28 Feb 2018

4 April 2018

 20 July 2018

 8 Nov 2018

18 July 2018

29 August 2018

20 Nov 2018

February 2019

 

Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application within two weeks after the Committee meeting.

Get in touch

We realise that applying for a large project grant can seem daunting. Our team is on hand to give you support in developing your funding idea and to give you guidance on writing the application. Got a proposal? Get in touch!

Dr Francesca Gliubich, Director of Grants, and Edel Brosnan, Grants Manager

See what large project grants can fund

PlasmaJet

New “PlasmaJet” equipment is helping staff treat patients with advanced ovarian cancer. It works like a surgical “blowtorch”, enabling staff to remove tissue from tricky locations.

PlasmaJet