Anaesthetic Research Society

Deadline: 12/07/2002
September 29, 2003

Grants are intended to support specific research projects performed in the United Kingdom and may be for the salaries of technical staff, research students and postdoctoral research fellows or for the purchase of items of equipment.

Preference will be given to projects which involve the application of basic science to anaesthesia, but major clinical research projects will also be considered. The work may be done in a university science department or in an academic clinical department, but preference will be given to projects involving co-operative research between a basic-science department and a clinical department. The maximum grant awarded to a department will be £4,000.

Full details here
Contact: Dr. RP Mahajan - Honorary Secretary ARS
Address: University Division of Anaesthesia & Intensive Care
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham NG7 2UH


Telephone: (0)115 970 9229
Fax: (0)115 970 0739
Email: ravi.mahajan@nottingham.ac.uk

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