Funding Opportunities

Open to Welsh researchers: NIHR launches new funding call for longer-term COVID-19 research

9 June 2020

Today the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is launching a new UK wide call inviting applications to better understand and manage the health and social care consequences of the global COVID-19 pandemic beyond the acute phase, and to help mitigate the impact of subsequent phases of the pandemic and its aftermath.

The current joint UK Research and Innovation/NIHR rolling research call funds ‘urgent’ COVID-19 related research which will have an impact within 12 months. But as we move beyond the initial acute phase of the pandemic, this new call will sit alongside the rolling call, with a specific focus on research to inform policy and the recovery of the health, care and public health systems from the pandemic, with outcomes typically within 24 months.

The NIHR welcomes applications from Welsh researchers that involve investigators spanning a range of specialties and scientific disciplines, which are in the remit of one or more of the participating research programmes.


New NIHR global health research funding open to Welsh researchers

6 June 2020

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) will be launching five funding initiatives over the next year to support global health research, alongside the global focus on COVID-19. All five initiatives will be open to applicants from Wales.

Further information: https://www.healthandcareresearch.gov.wales/news/nihr-global-health-research-funding/

COVID-19 Research Programme

Our new research programme seeks to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in two distinct areas.

The Health Foundation has launched a new research programme, which seeks to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in two distinct areas. This programme aligns with our strategic priorities and complements the existing research funding landscape.  

We’re prioritising funding for UK-focused projects that explore:  

  • how health and social care service delivery has changed in light of COVID-19 
  • the impact of COVID-19 on health inequalities and the wider determinants of health.  

We are inviting projects to apply for funding of between £100k–£200k per project for a duration of up to 12 months (including set-up time).   

We will fund highly applied research that has direct relevance to policy and practice and we welcome applications from multidisciplinary teams combining expertise from a broad range of disciplines. 

We want the findings of this research to inform policy and/or service delivery decisions about the future of health and care services, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.   

Applications involving patients, the public and people with lived experience are strongly encouraged.  

Closing date: 30 September 2020

Further information: https://www.health.org.uk/funding-and-partnerships/programmes/covid-19-research-programme

Full funded PhD studentship opportunity at Aberystwyth University

A person-centred frailty monitoring and management pathway for older adults in a rural GP surgery

Frailty is a health status that increases the risk and impact of adverse events and makes individuals more vulnerable to quick and sudden declines in functional ability, hospitalisation and death. The importance of frailty is increasingly recognized, and although frailty is not currently a clinical diagnosis, it seems likely to become one in the next 10 years. 

The PhD student is to support development and evaluation of a person-centred frailty monitoring and management pathway for older adults in a rural GP surgery, similar to current practice for obesity and diabetes management. Firstly, appropriate biomarkers of frailty (urine, blood, physical assessments, cognitive assessments, etc.) will be established. Secondly, its feasibility for implementation in a rural GP surgery will be determined. Finally, the feasibility of personalised interventions to prevent and reverse frailty will be evaluated in a rural GP surgery. 

The PhD student will be supervised by members of the Well-being and health Assessment Research Unit (www.waru.org.uk), who work jointly with local GP surgeries in Ceredigion, MidWales, United Kingdom. The supervision team is well placed to provide the PhD student with experiences of working in academia alongside the practical experience of doing primary care based research.

Candidates for the PhD Studentship should demonstrate outstanding qualities in a relevant discipline. They must demonstrate outstanding academic potential as measured normally by either a 1st class honours degree (or equivalent) or a Master’s degree with distinction (or equivalent). 

Those awarded a Margaret Wooloff Scholarship will receive a grant for up to three years which will cover their tuition fees up to the UK/EU rate of £4,407 per annum (2019/2020 rate).  A maintenance allowance of approximately £15,009 per annum and access to a travel and conference fund (max. £500 per annum) will also be provided. Scholarships commence in September 2020.

The deadline for applications is 1 July 2020. 

Please contact Dr Marco Arkesteijn via maa36@aber.ac.uk initially for more information and how to apply. 

Prioritising funding and support for COVID-19 research across the UK

Working with partners across UK, Health and Care Research Wales is leading, enabling and delivering world-class COVID-19 research, a key element of the Government’s overall response to the pandemic. 


COVID-19: guidance on health and social care research projects for educational purposes

Please see new guidance which relates to health and social care research projects conducted by undergraduate and master’s students.

ISCF Healthy Ageing Challenge Social, Behavioural & Design Research Programme Outline Stage

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), via the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), is inviting outline proposals for research grants of up to £2 million (at 100% fEC) for a period of up to 36 months.

The Healthy Ageing Social, Behavioural and Design Research Programme (SBDRP) is part of the ISCF Healthy Ageing Challenge portfolio of activities. The SBDRP will provide £9.5m (100% fEC) to fund interdisciplinary academic-led teams to carry out research into social, behavioural and design aspects of healthy ageing. The Programme will contribute to the Challenge mission to, ‘ensure that people can enjoy at least five extra healthy, independent, years of life by 2035, while narrowing the gap between the richest and poorest’ by enhancing our understanding of the aspirations, preferences and needs of the ageing population. Funded projects may address, but are not limited to, the impacts of the CoVID-19 pandemic on social, behavioural and design aspects of healthy ageing. Projects will also be expected to make a significant contribution to disseminating this knowledge, helping to inform innovators and positively influence market behaviours.

This is a two-stage call. Outline proposals must be submitted via UKRI’s Joint electronic Submissions (Je-S) system by 16:00 on 7 July 2020. 

Proposals will then be assessed by a Panel and shortlisted applicants will be notified of their success and invited to submit a full proposal. See full commissioning timetable for more information. Proposals must be led by an academic who is based at an eligible UK research organisation.

Successful projects must start on 1 March 2021.

How to apply

For full call details please visit the ISCF Healthy Ageing Challenge Social, Behavioural & Design Research Programme Outline Stage page on the UKRI website.

Tenovus Cancer Care and North West Cancer Research are inviting applications for a joint PhD Studentship


They seek to fund a health services PhD research award which will aim to impact cancer policy or practice through the targeted area of psycho-social oncology.

Projects must aim to provide evidence to impact the cancers that are significant to the combined population of the two Charities – the North West of England and Wales. PhD studentship grants are awarded for up to three years with a maximum funding budget of up to £75,000
 
To find out more and apply please visit - https://bit.ly/NWCRTenovusPhD

Deadline: 5pm, Monday 22nd June 2020.


Innovate UK - Smart Grants

  • Innovate UK invites applications for its smart grants.  Smart is the new name for Innovate UK’s ‘Open grant funding’ programme. These support disruptive research and development innovations in any area of technology with a potential to make a significant impact on the UK economy. All projects must be business focused. Preference is given to applications that demonstrate realistic and significant potential for global markets.
  • Funding: Projects up to 18 months £500K max. Projects up to 36 months £2M max.
  • Deadline: 22 Apr 2020
  • https://apply-for-innovation-funding.service.gov.uk/competition/515/overview

Science and Technology Facilities Council Cancer Diagnosis Network

The Science and Technology Facilities Council Cancer Diagnosis Network+ has a range of cancer research funding opportunities open to applications, including PhD studentships, Proof of Concept Projects and Scoping Studies. 

Further information: https://sites.google.com/view/stfccancerdiagnosis/home/funding-opportunities?authuser=0

Medical Research Council Big Ideas

The Medical Research Council has launched a pilot programme to encourage the submission of ambitious and exciting ideas that have the potential to transform the health research landscape.

They're looking for ideas that will attract the enthusiasm of researchers, the public, industry and government, either by the nature of the science itself or the potential health and socio-economic changes these could offer in the future.

Ideas are expected to be considered in batches on a regular basis (approximately every 3-4 months). Informal feedback will be provided on any ideas considered by the SSG.

Further information: https://mrc.ukri.org/research/strategy/#Big%20Ideas


The Medical Research Council's (MRC) New Investigator Research Grant (NIRG)

The Medical Research Council’s (MRC) New Investigator Research Grant (NIRG) is a unique opportunity for talented early career researchers to get significant funding for their work. The MRC is launching a new short film that explains how the NIRG benefits early career researchers, how to apply and what makes a good application.

Research board application deadlines are usually around January, May and September; Methodology Research Programme deadlines are usually around June and November. These may vary and it is the applicants’ responsibility to identify the correct deadline for their submission. All proposals are assessed by external experts before they are considered by the relevant MRC research board/panel at their meeting.

Your proposal must be submitted through the MRC Je-S system by 4pm on the relevant research board/panel deadline date.

Further information: https://mrc.ukri.org/funding/how-we-fund-research/new-investigator-research-grant/

The Dunhill Medical Trust 

These support research projects that are important to understanding the mechanisms of ageing, treating disease and frailty and identifying and developing new and effective ways to improve the lives of older people. The grants also support research into treating diseases and conditions that disproportionately affect older people but are less well-funded.

KESS2 Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships Programme  - **FULLY FUNDED PGR SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE**

  • Applications are invited for fully-funded scholarships for MPhil and MRes projects starting in April, July and Oct 2020.  Cardiff University has at 20+ studentships available under the KESS2 Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarships Programme.  Studentships offer an RCUK-level stipend plus £3K per year support costs. Fees will be accounted for centrally by the University and will not be charged to Schools.
  • Studentship projects must demonstrate benefits to the relevant region of West Wales and the Valleys region OR East Wales. Projects should be co-developed with a partner with a base in Wales, and students must have a home address in the region where the project is funded (East OR West) when they apply for the studentship.  Please note application is only open to Micro companies, SMEs and Large Sector Partners.
  • Please contact us before you develop a full proposal.  MRes and MPhil applications can be submitted at any time and will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.  Applications should be reviewed/approved by the School DirPGR (or DirRes) and submitted via School Research /PGR Offices (whichever is appropriate to the School) to KESS@cardiff.ac.uk.
  • More information in the attached documents.

Welsh Government & Health and Care Research Wales

Pathway to Portfolio Development Funding Scheme

Health and Care Research Wales has launched the Pathway to Portfolio Development Funding Scheme to support individuals in the NHS to undertake a research project and/or activity that will allow them to refine and develop their grant application writing skills, develop their research ideas or provide opportunities to support pilot, feasibility or proof of concept work.

The scheme is open to all staff across the NHS with the aim of supporting activities that will provide the essential step towards research applications to funders of high quality research.

Closing date: Ongoing

PhD social care student­ship award - Closed

The Wales School for Social Care Research (WSSCR) is offering PhD Studentship Awards for social care research. The Wales School for Social Care Research is funded by Welsh Government to build strength in excellent social care research with real-world application and positive impact on the well-being of people in Wales. The School is a part of the wider Health and Care Research Wales infrastructure, with the School Hub in the College of Human and Health Sciences at Swansea University and staff located at Bangor University and Cardiff University.

Closing date: 16 August 2019

Social care research fel­lowship award - Closed

Applications are invited from individuals working across any sector or scientific discipline to under-take research which will benefit patients, public, service users and/or carers in Wales.

Closing date: 28 November 2018

Health research grants - Closed

These grants support capacity-building in health research by funding high-quality research projects that demonstrate a clear benefit to patients, service users and carers or the organisation and delivery of effective healthcare service in Wales. Grants are worth up to £250,000 over a period of 24 months.

Health and Care Research Wales are inviting applications addressing the following themes:

  • Improving value based health care
  • Improving healthcare systems safety

Closing date: 05 December 2018

Research for patient and public benefit scheme - Closed

This scheme supports research directed at achieving benefit for users of the NHS or the public health of the people in Wales. Grants are worth up to £230,000 over a period of 24 months. 

Closing date: 29 October 2019

Clinical research time awards - Closed

These awards provide NHS staff with the opportunity to apply for protected time to engage in research activity and to develop their research skills. Applicants are expected to apply for research time of one or two sessions a week for a maximum period of three years. 

Closing date: 17th October 2019

Social care grants - Closed

This scheme aims to support capacity and capability building in social care research by funding high-quality research projects with clear relevance to social care service users, carers, practitioners and policy makers. Research funded under this scheme should provide robust evidence to support the efficient and effective organisation and delivery of social care services in Wales, and/or improved service user or carer wellbeing.

Closing date: 29 October 2019

Social care research capacity building grant award - Closed

The Wales School for Social Care Research is delighted to announce that the Social Care Research Capacity building grants are now open for applications. The maximum sum available for each award is £10,000. The School anticipates being able to fund up to ten projects in total. Read more and apply

Closing date: 8 January 2017

Health research fellowship award - Closed

Health and Care Research Wales is pleased to announce a new call for applications to the Health Research Fellowship scheme. The Fellowships aim to support individuals to become independent researchers and to undertake high quality studies. Applications are invited from across all sectors and scientific disciplines. 

Closing date: 27th November 2019

PhD Health studentship award - Closed

The scheme supports capacity building in health and care research by funding high-quality research projects providing robust evidence which addresses the health and care needs of service users, carers and the wider population, and/or the organisation and delivery of efficient and effective services in Wales.  

Studentship calls may incorporate topical themes which align with Welsh Government policy priorities, which will be indicated in the call documentation. Where this applies, applicants can apply to the general scheme or specifically to the themed call.

https://www.healthandcareresearch.gov.wales/phd-health-studentship/

Closing date: 4 March 2020

Excess treatment costs

This scheme provides funding to cover the excess treatment costs of exter­nally funded non-commercial research in secondary care carried out within NHS Wales.

Closing date: None

RCN Foundation Education Grants 

Educations available for Nurses, Midwives and Health Care Assistants. 

Our education grants fund a wide variety of learning, development and research opportunities, providing the support individuals need to make a difference to quality patient care. 

The RCN Foundation believes that patients deserve the best possible experience and care, delivered by well trained and high performing professionals. 

For nurses to be able to keep up to date with new developments and use their knowledge and skills to transform the care their patients receive, it is important they engage in development opportunities and shared learning.

There are ten grants available, with various opening and closing dates. Spring grounds round is now open, and closes at 5pm on 29 May. 

Further information: https://rcnfoundation.rcn.org.uk/apply-for-funding/educational-grants

NIHR funding opportunities


NIHR Public Health Research Programme Rapid Funding Scheme

The Rapid Funding Scheme (RFS) offers researchers the opportunity to apply for funds to conduct rapid baseline data collection, as well as other feasibility work, prior to the intervention implementation, for unique, time-limited opportunities such as a natural experiment or similar evaluations of a new public health intervention.

Global Health Research Programme

NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme

The Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme funds research about the clinical and cost effectiveness and broader impact of healthcare treatments and tests for those who plan, provide or receive care in the NHS.

The commissioned workstream invites applications in response to calls for research on specific questions which have been identified and prioritised for their importance to the NHS and patients. Proposals may include primary research, evidence synthesis, or feasibility and pilot studies. See our current funding opportunities or download a list of potential future research topics currently being developed

NIHR - Relapsing polymyalgia rheumatica

  • The aim of the HTA Programme is to ensure that high quality research information on the effectiveness, costs and broader impact of health technology is produced in the most efficient way for those who use, manage, provide care in or develop policy for the NHS.  Research Question:  What are the optimal management options for patients with polymyalgia rheumatica who have relapsed during corticosteroid therapy?
  • Deadline: 01 April 2020
  • https://www.nihr.ac.uk/funding/19120-relapsing-polymyalgia-rheumatica/22700

Mechanisms of Action of Health Interventions

  • The EME Programme invites proposals for hypothesis driven research into the underlying mechanisms of action of clinical and public health interventions. Studies must utilise patients or samples from identifiable cohorts from current or completed NIHR-funded projects.  Within these studies EME supports research to improve the understanding of the mechanisms of both diseases and treatments. 
  • Deadline: 5 March 2020
  • https://www.nihr.ac.uk/documents/eme-19119-mechanisms-of-action-of-health-interventions/22743

Health Services and Delivery Research Programme - Commissioned

The commissioned workstream invites applications in response to calls for research on specific questions which have been identified and prioritised for their importance to the NHS and patients. Proposals may include primary research, evidence synthesis, or feasibility and pilot studies. See our current funding opportunities or download a list of potential future research topics currently being developed

Public Health Research Programme 

The PHR programme invites applications from researchers whose studies will generate new knowledge on the benefits, costs, acceptability and wider impacts of non-NHS interventions intended to improve the health of the public and reduce inequalities in health. 

The researcher-led workstream offers researchers the opportunity to submit proposals on topics or research questions within the programme’s remit.

Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme

Invention for Innovation Programme

Invention for Innovation (i4i) Connect is aimed at small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in need of a funding boost to reach the next stage in the development of their medical device. The funding stream offeris between £50,000 - £150,000 over a 6-12 month period.

The primary aim of i4i Connct is to help SMEs get to a point where they can apply for further funding, in particular for a full i4i Product Development Award (PDA) or to support projects at any stage of the translational research and development pathway to further de-risk them for follow on investment.

  • Call 3

    The deadline for this call is 1pm, 11 September 2019
    The i4i team is hosting a live FAQ webinar from 10am to 11pm on Friday 16 August. Find out more.

Policy Research Programme

  • TBC

NIHR Academy

MRC

Tackling multimorbidity at scale: Understanding disease clusters, determinants & biological pathways

  • Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) research call, jointly funded by the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) through the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), will bring together multi-disciplinary collaborations with a range of scientific, methodological, and clinical knowledge and skills to build manageable, focussed “Multimorbidity Research Collaboratives”.
  • Multimorbidity is associated with a reduction in quality of life, increased use of health services and reduced life expectancy. As the number of conditions an individual has increases, so does the likelihood of increased healthcare costs. Multimorbidity has suffered scientifically from being seen as a random assortment of diseases, making it difficult to address. However, with new understanding of the impact of various factors (including biological, social, behavioural, environmental and others), multimorbidity can be seen as series of non-random clusters of disease.
  • Two-stream competition to support:  Consolidator grants and Research Collaborative proposals
  • Funding: Up to £1.5 million is available for Consolidator grants. These will be funded for the fixed duration of 6 months; the award amount will be up to £100,000 (RC contribution). Research Collaboratives for 2-4 years (£35M each).
  • Deadline: Closing date stage 1 - 11 February 2020
  • Please inform RIS RISResearchDevelopment@cardiff.ac.uk and SOMRES (somres@cardiff.ac.uk) if you are interested in this call.
  • https://mrc.ukri.org/funding/browse/tackling-multimorbidity/tackling-multimorbidity-at-scale-understanding-disease-clusters-determinants-biological-pathways/

Wellcome Trust

Wellcome Trust – Collaborative Awards in Science

  • Collaborative Awards promote the development of new ideas and speed the pace of discovery. We fund teams of researchers, consisting of independent research groups, to work together on the most important scientific problems that can only be solved through collaborative efforts.
  • Funding: £4M for 5 yrs         
  • Deadline: Preliminary application deadline 21 April 2020 (16 July Full)
  • https://wellcome.ac.uk/funding/schemes/collaborative-awards-science

Wellcome Trust - Innovator Awards

  • These awards support researchers who are transforming great ideas into healthcare innovations that could have a significant impact on human health.
  • Funding: Up to £500,000, or up to £750,000 for multidisciplinary collaborations.  24 months, or up to 36 months for multidisciplinary collaborations.
  • Deadline: You can apply online at any time.  Shortlisting meetings happen every three months
  • https://wellcome.ac.uk/funding/schemes/innovator-awards

Principal Research Fellowships

Principal Research Fellowships are the most prestigious of WT’s personal awards and provide long-term funding for researchers of international standing.

Wellcome Trust - Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowships

ESRC New Investigator Grants

New Investigator Grants scheme is specifically aimed at supporting early career researchers looking to make the transition to an independent researcher through managing their first major research project.

The Economic and Social Research Council invites proposals for its new investigator grants. These support early-career researchers in making the transition to become independent researchers through gaining experience of managing and leading research projects and teams. Proposals may be for standard research projects, surveys and other infrastructure projects and methodological developments.

Proposals are welcomed across the full disciplinary range of the social science at at the interface with the wider sciences, however social sciences must represent at least 50 per cent of the research focus and effort. Interdisciplinary proposals are welcomed. Proposals must include a programme of research and broader skills development to ensure the applicant’s continued progression towards being an independent researcher.

Grants are worth £100,000 to £300,000 at full economic cost. ESRC’s contribution for UK applicants is 80 per cent of FEC. Around 30 to 35 grants are anticipated to be available per year.

Closing Date: No deadline. Proposals can be submitted at any time.

Further informationhttps://esrc.ukri.org/funding/funding-opportunities/new-investigator-grants/

Royal College of General Practitioners

SFB Annual Research Grants

Call for grant applications now open:

Apply for research grants of up to £30,000 from the RCGP. 

The RCGP Scientific Foundation Board (SFB) supports high quality primary care research studies, and awards grants for research projects where findings will be of direct relevance to the care of patients in the general practice setting.

For the 2020 call, we particularly welcome applications that concern primary care and the COVID-19 pandemic. This could cover any aspect of the pandemic, including, but not exclusively:

  • The response of primary care to the pandemic
  • New models of primary care as a result of the pandemic
  • Consequences of the pandemic on other diseases
  • Impact of the pandemic on primary care staff
  • Implications for future pandemic provision
  • Primary care data and COVID-19 recording

Deadline for applications: 31 July 2020

Further information: https://www.rcgp.org.uk/SFB


RCGP support for researchers

The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) is supporting researchers to implement academic primary care findings into practice for GPs.

The Research programme includes:

  • Scientific Foundation Board grants
  • RCGP Marie Curie Palliative Care Research Fellowship
  • RCGP Research Ready®
  • RCGP Impact from Research
  • Influencing research
  • Research awards

The new Impact from Research programme offers to partner on research projects and support impact and dissemination through a range of activities.
Further information: www.rcgp.org.uk/research

Fulbright Awards for UK Citizens

The US-UK Fulbright Commission provides generous grants to UK citizens for study, research and teaching in the USA, in any subject and at any accredited US higher education institution.

A wide range of exchange opportunities for UK citizens are offered in the following main categories:

  • Postgraduate Student Awards to pursue a postgraduate degree in the US or to attend a US university as a 'visiting student researcher' in any subject;*
  • Summer Institutes for UK undergraduates to experience the US in a unique summer programme.

*Please note that the "visiting student researcher" option should be used for applicants who will pursue research projects at a degree granting accredited education institution while currently enrolled in an UK/European Master’s / Doctorate programme. Applicants will be required to engage in an independent full time research project under the supervision of a research advisor at their U.S. host institution.

In order to apply for a Fulbright award you must be a UK citizen, resident anywhere except the United States. Non-UK citizens are required to apply in their country of citizenship, even if they are resident in the UK.

Each award has additional specific eligibility criteria. Please review the Selection Criteria tab on each award's page for more information.

Clinical Innovation Hub - Accelerate projects

The Clinical Innovation Hub is a partnership between Cardiff University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.  The Clinical Innovation Hub is a partner of the Accelerate project, Clinical Innovation Accelerator (CIA). Accelerate is a consortium £24M programme led by the Life Sciences Hub Wales in collaboration with Cardiff University, Swansea University and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David.  

It is funded by the Wales European Funding Office (WEFO) and will utilise EU Structural Funds to identify innovation projects that meet an unmet clinical need.

The awards are open to academia, industry, students and healthcare professionals. Innovations could take the form of new technologies, products, processes or services to deliver economically viable solutions for adoption into routine health and social care delivery, for patient benefit, health economic benefit and to stimulate economic growth with attendant socio-economic benefits in Wales.

Support that Accelerate can offer:

  • Funding for “Pilot” (6-12 months and <£20K) and “Platform” (12-18 months and < £150K) projects
  • Access to future funding opportunities/initiatives
  • Clinical input - Buy out and attract in kind NHS staff R&D time
  • Human resource - Clinical Innovation fellows, project management, business management, cost benefit analytics and  research technologist assistance
  • Collaborations  - Industry/Academic/Clinical partner
  • Advice & Guidance - A Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) of Clinical Innovation experts, including devices and intellectual property experts
  • Access to leading Welsh University, University Health Boards and Trusts - patients, facilities and personnel
  • Funding /deadlines: Support and awards operate on an always open basis with funding anticipated until 2021 so you can apply at any time.  If you would like further information on submitting a proposal or have an innovative idea that you think would benefit from the advice or support for Cardiff University applicants, please contact Barbara Coles: colesb2@cf.ac.uk

Further information: