Access for Irish applicants to funding schemes from Wellcome
Research projects employing secondary data analysis that supports policy and practice decision making for health and social care.
The expected impact of the call is to improve the efficacy of personalized treatment of cancer patients through the development of new tools and targeted immunotherapy strategies, based on a better understanding of tumour microenvironment (TME) functions and of their impact on the disease course.
Fellowships in applied health research
Research projects that address a specific need within the Irish health or social care system
Evaluating definitive trials of interventions, and studies in preparation for future definitive interventions
Research and/or professional development (between three and six months) in the United States of America (USA)
First-hand experience of working in a State agency alongside experienced professionals
Research projects that address the needs of specific patient populations
Short research projects for undergraduate students in a health or social care-related discipline
Travel awards for exchange visits to French researchers
To respond to evolving training needs in the area of cancer prevention, the NCI has confirmed this course will be “under construction” until further notice, with the expectation of updating aspects of the design, content, learning objectives, and delivery modes for diverse audiences.
Please check back with CPFP’s website https://cpfp.cancer.gov/summer-curriculum, for updates about future NCI trainings and other existing resources.”
Support to attend one or two courses on offer at the National Cancer Institute
Sponsorship support for seminars/workshops, events and conferences in health research within Ireland.
Supporting researchers currently at mid-stage of their career in their transition into independence.
Supplementary funding for HRB funded researchers for activities that will maximise the potential impact of the research findings on policy or practice, or communicate research and research findings to the general public.
Supporting excellent doctoral training programmes for future health researchers in the conduct of patient-focused research.
The award will recognise a researcher or health professional who has made a significant impact on people’s health or on health policy or practice.
The next Round of the Investigator Led Projects will launch in August 2021.
This is the second call from European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD). It is a Joint Transnational Call to fund multilateral research projects on rare diseases.
ERAPerMed have launched the second Joint Transnational Call for collaborative innovative research projects in PM. The funding organisations participating in this call particularly wish to promote innovative interdisciplinary collaboration and to encourage translational research proposals
To support ambitious, innovative, multinational and multidisciplinary collaborative research projects to change the trajectory of these debilitating diseases through the development of Precision Medicine approaches.
Proof of concept for national infrastructure for the access, storage, sharing and linkage of research data and routinely collected health and social care data.
Supporting established health investigators in academic setting transitioning to leadership in health research.
Supporting health and care practitioners currently at mid-stage of their research career transitioning to research independence.
Research projects where knowledge users and academic researchers collaborate to focus on Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) research questions of national priority.
As a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic, RCQPS is now launching a funding opportunity to support the national research response to the virus outbreak.
Fellowships for Health and Care Practitioners in applied health research.
The overarching aim of the HRB Clinical Trial Network awards is to enable cohesive Networks in specific thematic areas with an agreed research strategy to design, lead and conduct a portfolio of internationally competitive investigator-led, registered clinical trials.
ERAPerMed have launched the third Joint Transnational Call for international high-quality research projects in Personalized Medicine (PM). Proposals submitted under this call are expected to demonstrate the applicability of project outcomes to clinical practice.
To support ambitious, innovative, multinational and multidisciplinary collaborative research projects that will further advance the development and the use of imaging technologies and brain stimulation techniques in order to better understand, diagnose or treat neurodegenerative diseases
This call intends to fund dedicated, top-class transnational and transdisciplinary research consortia focusing on the prevention of undernutrition in elderly through a proper balance between nutrition, lifestyle and physical exercise or the development of new food products.
Proposals will need to focus on one or more crucial phase(s) throughout the lifespan such as transition periods or critical life events.
Rapid response mechanism to fund research that will provide evidence for the national and global efforts to deal with the virus outbreak.
The HRB and the IRC are now inviting an application for the establishment of a National PPI Network aiming to support and further build capacity for high-quality PPI in research throughout Ireland.
The focus of the call is to support a national clinical trials coordination programme that is aligned to the local supports of the existing clinical trials infrastructures to ensure a harmonised strategic national approach to the conduct of high quality multicentre clinical trials in Ireland.
The overarching aim of the HRB Clinical Research Facilities/Centres call is to support/upgrade national CRF/Cs to international standing, increase accessibility to trials for patients and healthy volunteers, and improve the supports available to investigators to drive an increase in investigator-led clinical trials.
The overall goal of the new funding model for HRBs investment in cancer trials in Ireland is to support an appropriate infrastructure; enabling Irish patients to access a diverse portfolio of high-quality, safe and compliant cancer clinical trials in Ireland.
The aim of the call is to facilitate multinational, collaborative research projects that will address important translational questions relating to the neurodevelopmental nature of neurological and mental disorders.
This call advocates for a One Health approach to focus on tackling the rising threat of antibiotic resistance.
Joint Transnational Call "Standardised measurement, monitoring and/or biomarkers to study food intake, physical activity and health (STAMIFY)"