Early Diagnosis Advisory Group Project Grants
About this scheme
Applications are accepted from UK-based researchers in universities, medical schools, hospitals, research institutions, as well as advocacy organisations, where there are appropriate academic links. Collaborations, including international ones, are encouraged.
EDAG provides project grants to support short term (18 months max) policy-relevant research that significantly add to the evidence base and have potential to impact earlier cancer diagnosis. We welcome proposals that use innovative, multidisciplinary and rapid approaches using pre-existing data sources (where necessary).
Open funding call - EDAG’s open funding call for research is now open.
Please read the open call brief for more information on the scope of the funding call.
Other applications related to early diagnosis may be within the remit of the Population Research Committee.
How to apply to this scheme
EDAG’s open funding call for research is now open
Applications are accepted from UK-based researchers in universities, medical schools, hospitals, research institutions, as well as advocacy organisations. All applications must be discussed with the secretariat before the application process is started.
EDAG is now accepting short term, high quality policy relevant project grant applications in the field of cancer early diagnosis.
Please see the open call brief for more information of the scope of the funding call and key questions.
How to apply
If you would like to submit an application to this call, please contact email@example.com for an expression of interest form. Only expressions of interest submitted in the EDAG form will be considered.
If your expression of interest form (2 pages max) is accepted by the committee after the triage process, you will then be instructed to open an application on our online grants management system eGMS.
Before submitting a full application, please read the EDAG application guidelines.
|Expression of Interest||
Wednesday 3rd May 2017 - 5pm
Tuesday 1st August 2017
|Expected Project Start Date||
January - March 2018