The use and selection of placebo comparator groups is a key area of uncertainty within surgical trials. As such, the MRC-NIHR Methodology Research Programme have issued a call to run a consensus workshop and to produce a guidance document to lead decision making in this area.
You can apply to the Molecular & Cellular Medicine Board through four of our grant schemes.
The CRTF supports clinically active professionals within the UK to undertake a higher research degree. The scheme can also provide post-doctoral funding for applicants who achieved their PhD more than five years ago but who have not been research active since due to clinical training commitments.
The “Confidence in” schemes are used to demonstrate MRC’s support for institutional development in key strategic areas. We are pleased to announce our “Confidence in Global Mental Health Research” scheme as part of our suite of activities under the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).
The UK Department for International Development (DFID), the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) the UK Medical Research Council (MRC), and the Wellcome Trust are pleased to announce the launch of the eighth call for proposals under this initiative to fund global health trials.
The “Confidence in” schemes are used to demonstrate MRC’s support for institutional development in key strategic areas. We are pleased to announce our “Confidence in Global Nutrition and Health Research” call as part of our suite of activities under the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).
The Network of Centres of Excellence in Neurodegeneration (CoEN) is an international initiative involving nine research funders across Europe and Canada. In this forth call from proposals, researchers from recognised Centres of Excellence in neurodegenerative disease research are invited to submit transnational collaborative Pathfinder proposals.
To maintain the UK's leading position in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for research and development, ca. £20m capital is being made available to procure ultra-high field NMR systems (≥0.95 GHz) and upgrade existing very-high field NMR instruments (≥800 MHz) to support the UK's fundamental and applied research across a range of disciplines within life and physical sciences.