Grants up to £8,000 with Alcohol Research UK's Small Grants Programme
Date published: 28/07/2017
Deadline 13 September 2017 (midnight).
Alcohol Research UK have announced the annual funding round for the Small Grants programme.
Alcohol Research UK's Small Grants programme offers grants for exploratory projects that address emerging issues in alcohol research, employ novel theoretical or methodological approaches, or pilot new work in treatment or service delivery.
Grants of up to £8,000 are available for stand-alone projects that last for up to 12 months.
Applications are accepted from researchers who are employed in the UK by organisations such as universities, colleges, other academic institutions, local authorities, voluntary organisations, police, probation and health authorities.
The principal applicant should be able to demonstrate that they have sufficient knowledge and skills to complete the proposed project. Depending on the nature of the proposed work, this may be either academic or other work-based experience. All applicants should consult the Research Strategy available on the Alcohol Research UK's website prior to submitting an application.
The funding may not be used to part-fund or supplement other studies such as larger programmes, ongoing initiatives or to part fund a PhD.
Applications are considered once a year.
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