The Anaphylaxis Campaign has launched its opportunity for funding small research projects in 2014 which aim to improve the lives of those affected by anaphylaxis.
The grant scheme (£5,000 per annum) will be available to U.K. based students currently completing an MSc, MA or PhD or an early career researcher (up to three years from completion of a PhD).
In order to qualify, projects must demonstate that they are being conducted to help improve the lives of those affected by severe allergy.
The aim of the small grants programme will be to help students fund the expense of conducting research, by providing money towards the direct costs arising from the study. The grant could be used for expenses such as printing, postage, travel and consumables, which students might otherwise be unable to afford to pay for themselves.
Applicants will be asked to submit an outline proposal using the application form for consideration by the Chief Executive and members of the Board of Trustees of the Anaphylaxis Campaign.
For more information email us.
View the successful 2013 applicants here.