Funding opportunities

The Elizabeth Blackwell Institute provides funding to support a range of strategically important research activities across the University of Bristol

Schemes that are currently open for applications

Daphne Jackson Fellowship

The Fellowship is intended to support individuals who want to return to research in their careers as scientists, engineers, technologists and mathematicians, following a break of two years or more taken for family, caring or health reasons, and who will be conducting health-related research. 

Closing date is 09:00 GMT Monday 18 February 2019.

AMR Research Strand funding call

Applications are invited for pump-priming projects, translational work and public engagement activities in the area of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) from across the University of Bristol's six faculties.

Closing date is 12 noon, Thursday 28 March 2019.

Rosetrees Trust 2019 Young Enterprise Fellowships

Young Enterprise Fellowships (YEF) are aimed specifically at recently qualified postdoctoral researchers primarily in the fields of engineering, computer science, maths and physics who wish to develop a long-term programme of biomedical research. 

Closing date is midnight 31 March 2019.

EBI Postgraduate Discipline Hopping Fellowships

This scheme is designed to support a small number of postgraduate researchers currently enrolled on one of the University of Bristol Wellcome Trust-funded 4 year PhD programmes. 

Closing date 09:00 GMT Thursday 11 April 2019.

 

EBI Bridging Funds for Research Fellows

This scheme is designed to support a small number of academic staff at the University of Bristol who currently hold an externally funded research fellowship. 

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

EBI Identifying Candidates for Wellcome Trust Investigator Awards

This scheme is designed to support a small number of permanent, early career academic staff at the University of Bristol, who are planning to apply for an Investigator Award from the Wellcome Trust.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

EBI Workshop Support

EBI is offering support for workshops in health and biomedical research to facilitate new interdisciplinary connections.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

Returning Carers Scheme

The University of Bristol is running a Returning Carers Scheme (RCS) to support academic staff across all faculties in re-establishing their independent research careers.

The following schemes are currently closed for applications

Please watch this space for updates or register your interest in a scheme by contacting ebi-health@bristol.ac.uk

EBI Early Career Fellowship

This scheme aims to support excellent early career researchers who wish to develop towards independent research careers. There is a 2 stage application process.

This scheme is currently not accepting applications. Please watch this space for more information. 

EBI Clinical Primer scheme

This scheme is aimed at exceptionally motivated clinically qualified medical, veterinary and dental trainees who are at an early stage of their career.

We expect the scheme to open again in Autumn 2019.

EBI Research for Health challenge

This scheme aims to encourage healthcare practitioners and University of Bristol researchers to work together to develop innovative thinking around clinical problems. 

We expect to launch a new challenge-led scheme in 2019.

EBI Translational Acceleration and Knowledge Transfer (TRACK)

This scheme provides funding to support health related translational projects.

This scheme is currently closed for applications. We expect it to open again in spring 2019.

EBI MRC Confidence in Concept Scheme (CIC)

With support from the MRC, the University has funding available to support health related translational projects. 

This scheme is currently closed for applications. We expect it to open again in spring 2019.

 

EBI MRC Proximity to Discovery Industry Engagement Fund (PtoD)

With support from the MRC, funding for short term two-way people exchanges between industry and academia which align to MRC strategic priorities in population health, cardiovascular research, infection and immunity, neuroscience and cancer. 

This scheme is currently closed for applications. We expect it to open again in spring 2019.

 

Wellcome Trust Open Access Policy

Any original research article arising out of research funded wholly or partially by the Wellcome Trust must be deposited in PubMed Central (PMC) and Europe PMC immediately upon publication or at the latest within six months of the journal publisher's official date of final publication. More details.

The Elizabeth Blackwell Institute gratefully acknowledges financial support from the Faculties, University of Bristol and the Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund

EBI funding career stages

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