The overarching aim is to develop talented and skilled health and social care researchers during the postdoctoral stage of their research career, particularly emphasising an ability to apply research evidence to improve healthcare and health policy and reduce the gap between research findings and clinical practice and/or health policy.
The overarching aim of the CSF scheme is to provide opportunities for talented health and social care practitioners involved in the delivery of patient or social care, who have a PhD (or PhD equivalency) and wish to pursue a combined clinical and research career.
The aim of this supplemental funding scheme is to support displaced health-related researchers and technical staff from Ukraine to join active HRB-funded awards in order to integrate swiftly into the Irish research system, enable continuity in their research work and sustain the individuals’ research career and development.
This a rapid-action JPND call for scientists in the field to establish Working Groups dedicated to the conceptualization of health and social care research for neurodegenerative diseases. The Working Groups are expected to discuss innovative and new ideas and provide outputs of value to the broader research community, e.g. by establishing best-practice guidelines and/or methodological frameworks. The call does not support direct research activities and studies.
Internship awards for postdoctoral fellows: First-hand experience of working in a State agency alongside experienced professionals.
Short research projects for undergraduate students in a health or social care-related discipline
The award will recognise a HRB-funded researcher who has led their research to impact/s on policy, practice, services or the health and social care system.
Postdoctoral fellowships training future experts who can tackle public health crisis.
ERAPerMed have launched the fifth Joint Transnational Call for international high-quality research projects to foster research on prevention in Personalised Medicine (PM).
International collaboration on Rare Disease Research with expected impact to use the results in future for benefit of patients.
The Conference and Events Sponsorship Scheme aims to create an opportunity to host health research related events, workshops, or conferences in Ireland.
Joint Transnational Call “Nutrition-responsiveness of the immune system: interplay between infectious diseases and diet-related metabolic diseases and the potential for food-based solutions (NUTRIMMUNE)”.
The aim of the call is to assemble networks of experts and stakeholders with the goal of facilitating the development, optimisation and use of diagnostic and surveillance tools, technologies, and systems to reduce the burden of antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
The aim of this scheme is to provide HRB funded researchers with an opportunity to seek supplementary funding for knowledge translation activities not covered in the original award that will maximise the potential impact of the research findings on policy or practice or communicate research and research findings to the general public.
Research and/or professional development (between three and six months) in the United States of America (USA).
The aim of the call is to enhance resource alignment and to maximize existing and future efforts in the field of Chronic Pain by addressing cross-cutting challenges in the field to build knowledge, identify gaps and find solutions for urgent issues. The networking call does not fund experimental research activities.