As part of the College of Radiographers’ commitment to the implementation of the SCoR's research strategy, the organisation is funding small grants for projects related to any aspect of the science and practice of radiography. Bids will be accepted for up to £5000 for small projects and up to £10,000 for one larger project.
UK Research and Innovation Funding Finder https://www.ukri.org/opportunity/
Information about NIHR funding opportunities and support available for AHPs.
The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) have appointed Dr Carole Burnett as a lead training advocate for radiography.
Carole will provide support and guidance for radiographers applying for NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) fellowships.
Carole, lead radiotherapy research and innovation radiographer at Leeds Teaching Hospitals, was awarded an NIHR CAT fellowship to complete her PhD in 2010.
She has since secured almost a million pounds in research funding and has worked to increase the numbers of non-medics applying for NIHR fellowships.
ICAs provides research education opportunities for non‐medics, from those who want a taster in research (pre Master’s internship) through to a professorship, and allow individuals to combine research with clinical practice.
NIHR training advocates, such as Carole, are ambassadors who promote clinical academic careers and support individuals through the NIHR fellowship application process. The NIHR have recently expanded the professional membership of training advocates to include radiography.
If you are considering applying for an NIHR fellowship, please contact Carole for advice: [email protected]
British Institute of Radiology
Philips and GE Healthcare both offer Fellowship Awards for individuals who wish to study abroad. These fellowships are awarded through the British Institute of Radiology.
The BIR welcomes applications from Radiographers and Technologists who are based in the UK, as well as other professions within imaging/Nuclear Medicine.
The CAHPR Public Health Research Awards
The Council for Allied Health Professions, along with Public Health England, sponsors these awards in recognition of allied health professionals’ contribution to public health.
The Wellcome Trust
The Wellcome Trust is an independent charity funding research to improve human and animal health. Established in 1936 and with an endowment of about £11 billion, it is the UKs largest non-governmental source of funds for biomedical research.
The Health Foundation
The Health Foundation believes that leadership is central to improving the quality of healthcare. Currently, they offer numerous award schemes which provide personalised coaching and development.
The Health Foundation Leadership Fellows
This award scheme aims to support individuals who have the potential to make an outstanding contribution to improving the quality of healthcare in the UK.
International Exchange Fellowships are occasionally advertised. Applicants should be aiming to work in a country with a different approach to healthcare delivery, research priorities, or education facilities, to their own.
Medical Research Council (MRC)
The Medical Research Council (MRC) has updated its fellowship schemes and now lists almost 40 different award categories.
The Stroke Association is offering several awards to support research into the prevention and treatment of strokes.
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