Research projects that address a specific need within the Irish health or social care system
Access for Irish applicants to funding schemes from Wellcome
Increasing collaboration between United States of America (USA), Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland researchers
Support to attend one or two courses on offer at the National Cancer Institute
Supporting excellent doctoral training programmes for future health researchers in the conduct of patient-focused research, which will ensure the expertise to advance, apply and transfer knowledge from clinical research into clinical application.
Build a critical mass of experts in a range of evidence synthesis methodologies
Fellowships in applied health research
MPH in the Republic of Ireland, 3-year fellowship in Cancer Prevention in the United States of
America (USA) and reintegration funding to take up a research post in the Republic of Ireland (RoI).
Supporting thematic networks of clinicians delivering multi-centre clinical trials
Evaluating definitive 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
ERA-HDHL Call for Joint Transnational Research Proposals: “Nutrition and the Epigenome"
European consortia exploring innovation against antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Novel health and social care concepts in neurodegeneration: Increasing European collaboration
Travel awards for exchange visits to French researchers
Sponsorship support for seminars/workshops, events and conferences in health research within Ireland.
ERAPerMed have launched the first Joint Transnational Call for collaborative innovative research projects in PM, with co-funding to be provided by the European Commission. The funding organisations participating in this call particularly wish to promote innovative interdisciplinary collaboration and to encourage translational research proposals.
Supporting researchers currently at mid-stage of their career in their transition into independence. Pre-applications will open 28 May 2018.
Networks to explore how to standardise, improve and extend surveillance systems on antibiotic use and antimicrobial resistance (AMR)
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.
Projects in (1) Patient-Oriented Research, (2) Population Health Research and (3) Health Services Research.