for grant applications.
Funding is available to consortia that can demonstrate a 'Special Emphasis' on a targeted outcome, and who, in addition, make a compelling case that funding into the Special Emphasis Network can be significantly and strategically leveraged.
Grants are not restricted to UK-based groups but the principle coordinating applicant must be from a UK-based research institution. Successful applications will target outcomes based on restoration of neurological function, be clinically relevant and of high priority to patients with spinal cord injury translating neurological plasticity.
Funding, through 'Capacity Grants', is also available to UK institutions that can demonstrate a high level of leveraged gearing to our funding. An example might be contribution to the establishment of a centre of special expertise in spinal cord injury research and translation, or co-sponsorship of studentships or fellowships in a relevant subject matter.
Click here to download Expression of Interest form and guidelines, including the aims of the programme.
Our Nathalie Rose Barr and Solomons’ awards are currently closed until further notice.