|Funding Type:||Project Grant|
|Level of funding:||Up to €300,000|
|Duration of Funding:||Up to 3 years|
|Who can apply:||Research teams comprising at least one scientist & one paediatric clinician, nurse or allied health professional|
The aim of the Paediatric Research Project Grant is to consolidate and grow high quality research in key areas of child health, and to support meaningful partnerships between researchers across the translational spectrum – from the bench to the bedside.
Research that impacts on child health is critical to this call, and applications must show strength in both clinical and scientific research, as reflected in recent grant awards and/or peer reviewed publications. This is best achieved by an applicant team consisting of at least one scientist affiliated with an Irish Research Institution/Higher Education Institution, and one paediatric clinician, nurse or allied health professional affiliated with an Irish Public Hospital. Additionally, applicants must show how the proposed project may lead to more extensive and sustainable research in their area of interest. The potential to strengthen and grow the identified areas by current or future collaboration, to engage with other funding agencies, and to build partnerships is also essential to this call.
Information on previous rounds of the Paediatric Research Project Grants can be found here.
If you have any queries about the Paediatric Research Project Grants Scheme, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.