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Wellcome TrustThis scheme funds teams who are tackling major health-related questions in the humanities and social sciences that require a collaborative approach.7 January 2020Collaborative Awards in Humanities and Social Science
Wellcome TrustInvestigator Awards enable humanities and social science researchers with a compelling research vision to tackle the most significant questions in human health. You can apply for an Investigator Award if you're a humanities or social science researcher with a compelling vision who wants to tackle a significant question about human health. The level of funding we provide for an Investigator Award ranges from £250,000 to £1 million.7 January 2020Investigator Awards in Humanities and Social Science
NIHR Research and Innovation for Global Health Transformation (RIGHT)This enables equitable partnerships between LMICs and UK researchers to generate new research knowledge and evidence on interventions to improve outcomes for people affected by multimorbidities in countries eligible for official development assistance.15 January 2020Research and Innovation for Global Health Transformation (RIGHT)
The British AcademyThis programme provides mid-career to senior scholars in any discipline within the humanities and social sciences, who are currently employed outside the United Kingdom, with the opportunity to be based for four years in the UK and make a contribution to UK research and higher education.19 February 2020Funding Call: Global Professorships 2020
GCRF 'Conflict Intersections' Global Partnership Development Awards: Prevention and Resilience at the Intersections between Conflict, Fragility and Wider Development Challenges and Risks The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), on behalf of UKRI, is planning to announce a new funding call in early 2020 for Partnership Development awards under the Global Challenges Research Fund's Collective Programme. This call will support the development of equitable partnerships and an interdisciplinary community to explore the intersections between conflict and fragility (SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions & GCRF Conflict portfolio) and wider development challenges (and other SDGs and GCRF portfolios) such as health, environmental resilience, sustainable cities and food systems, as well as cross-cutting development issues such as gender, inequalities, poverty reduction and sustainable livelihoods. Approximately 20 awards of varying sizes up to £200,000 (fEC) and between 12-24 months duration will be supported. Call expected to open February 2020 and close May 2020GCRF 'Conflict Intersections' Global Partnership Development Awards: Prevention and Resilience at the Intersections between Conflict, Fragility and Wider Development Challenges and Risks
Medical Research Council (MRC)Proposals are encouraged to be multidisciplinary. The research objectives need to focus on health impact, but inputs and activities need not be limited to the health sector. All applications are expected to include effective, relevant and sustainable research capacity building.7 April 2020Global Health
National Institutes of HealthThe goal of this initiative is to support educational activities that foster a better understanding of the ethics of international biomedical, behavioral and clinical research and enhance the application of research ethics principles in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This program aims to increase the number of LMIC research intensive institutions that can provide advanced education in international research ethics.4 June 2020International Research Ethics Education and Curriculum Development Award
Humanitarian Grand ChallengeDetails for round 3 will be posted early 2020Early 2020Creating Hope in Conflict: A humanitarian grand challenge