AMR seed Funding

Thursday 26 – Friday 27 April 2018

Day One: Research | Day Two: Policy

SULSA will be funding small grants aimed at forming new collaborations to address challenges surrounding antimicrobial resistance. This funding is to enable researchers to gather preliminary data and develop proposals with the aim of attracting further funding from external sources.

These grants will be a maximum of £8,000 and will be for a 12-month project. This will be a competitive call and the SULSA AMR committee will review the applications. Decisions are final.

Registered participants will be eligible for this call, and there must be co-applicants from at least two SULSA member universities.

Postdoctoral researchers and above are eligible for this call.

Please check back later for more information and further eligibility requirements.