Heart Research UK awards grants for research into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease.
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|Currently, we are offering the following medical research grants:|
|Translational Research Project (TRP) grants||Up to £150,000 each. These grants aim to bridge the gap between scientific research and patient care, bringing about clinical benefits in the most efficient way. Apply here|
|Novel and Emerging Technologies (NET) Grants||Up to £250,000. These grants are for research projects which focus on the development of new and innovative technologies to diagnose, treat and prevent heart disease and related conditions. More info|
|Scotland Grant||Up to £150,000. Heart Research UK is committed to supporting research at hospitals and universities across the United Kingdom, including Scotland. In 2018, we are pleased to announce a special grant for Scotland. More info|
|Northern Ireland Grant||Up to £150,000. In 2017, we announced a special grant for Northern Ireland and in 2018 we are inviting applications again from researchers at institutions in Northern Ireland. More info|
Heart Research UK does not have a specific grant scheme for PhD studentships but PhD funding can be applied for as part of a Translational Research Project (TRP) Grant, a Novel and Emerging Technologies (NET) Grant, Northern Ireland Grant or a Scotland Grant. Applications can include funding for a stipend of up to £16,000 per annum, university tuition fees (UK rate) and research consumables up to £5,000 per annum. To apply for funding to support a PhD studentship, the proposed supervisor must complete and submit the appropriate application form, together with 'Appendix 1 - PhD Details', by the closing date.