Applications Invited for Clinical academic research partnerships: 2021

Applications Invited for Clinical academic research partnerships: 2021

Organization: UK Research and Innovation

Apply By: 18 Nov 2021

Grant Amount: 5000000 Pound

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About the Organization

Launched in April 2018, UKRI is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

Our organisation brings together the seven disciplinary research councils, Research England, which is responsible for supporting research and knowledge exchange at higher education institutions in England, and the UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK.

About the Grant

Provides research-qualified healthcare professionals who are not research active to participate in collaborative highquality research partnerships with established leading biomedical and health researchers.

 Protected time and funding to increase research skills and experience.

To enable the cross-seeding of perspectives, ideas and connections needed to underpin future translational biomedical and health research.

Funding Available

  • Duration: 1 – 3 years
  • Salary: 20-50% of the applicant’s salary to support protected research time
  • Costs to undertake the project

Who can apply

You can apply if you:

are a member of NHS staff, staff contracted to the NHS or working in the care or public health sectors. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • nurses
  • midwives
  • allied health professions
  • healthcare scientists
  • pharmacists
  • clinical psychologists
  • doctors
  • dentists
  • registered public health practitioners
  • others, in either primary care, secondary care, community care or public health

are working at consultant level or other senior role, for example Agenda for Change Band 7 or above

are working at a senior level with specialised knowledge and demonstrable capacity for professional independence and leadership

hold a PhD, MD or equivalent postgraduate qualification, for example three years’ consolidated research time where you have been the intellectual drive behind a project and achieved strong outputs from your research experience

are not undertaking any substantive research activity.

Applicants will usually have limited or no research funding. We expect you will have less than one programmed activity (PA), four hours a week, of research time within your current job plan (contracted duties).

We welcome proposals from applicants with more than one research PA, but you should ensure that you articulate the added value of the award. For example, to support you in working in new environments or with new research partners.

How to Apply

You must apply using the Joint Electronic Submission system (Je-S).

We recommend you start your application early. You can save completed details in Je-S at any time and return to continue your application later.

When applying select ‘New document’, then:

  • council: MRC
  • doc type: standard proposal
  • scheme: research grant
  • call: CARP Nov 2021

You can find advice on completing your application in the Je-S handbook.

If you need further help, you can contact the Je-S helpdesk on 01793 444164 or by email JeSHelp@je-s.ukri.org.

Your host organisation will be able to provide advice and guidance on completing your application.

Before submitting a proposal, please ensure you have thoroughly read the guidance for applicants (PDF, 130KB).

Proposals which do not include the required components, or which are not formatted according to the guidance will not be considered.

Closing date

18 November 2021

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