The Prevention and Population Research Programme Awards provides long-term support for broad, multidisciplinary research with transformative potential in prevention and population research.
Amount and duration
Awards are typically made for up to 5 years, the value of this award is not yet set. The award can be used for:
- Postdoctoral researchers
- PhD students (stipend, fees and running expenses)
- Technical staff
- Associated running costs
- Equipment costing up to £50,000
- Be a research scientist based at a UK university or research institution for the duration of the proposed award.
- Have extensive postdoctoral experience, an internationally-recognised track record, and ability to successfully run an independent research group.
- Contact the office for an informal and confidential discussion of your research proposal. We will advise you on your eligibility and funding options. You must contact the office to ask us to open an online application for you in our online grants management system (eGMS).
- Submit an outline application, which will be assessed by the Prevention and Population Research Committee. If you are applying to renew your Programme Award, you won’t need to submit an outline application.
- If your outline application is successful, you will be invited to submit a full application which will be peer-reviewed by experts and you will have the opportunity to respond to comments. You can submit your full proposal to the next deadline, or the deadline thereafter.
- You will be invited to present to and be questioned by the Prevention and Population Research Committee, which will make the final decision on your full application. All applications are made through our online grants management system (eGMS) and full applications must be approved online by your host institution.
Deadlines and selection procedures
The deadline for submitting outline applications 30 July 2020.
You must read the guidelines for full applications. If you are submitting a new outline application, please contact the office for guidance and you must contact the office to discuss eligibility and the suitability of your research proposal.
Please click here for more information about the Project Award and the application process and for contact details of the Research Funding Managers.