British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

Deadline: 31/08/2002
September 29, 2003

The BSAC funds a wide range of grants to support research into antimicrobial chemotherapy.

Major Fellowships These grants, worth up to £120,000, will be held for a period of up to three years.

Fellowship Grants Worth up to £60,000, these grants will be held for periods of up to three years.

Project Grants Worth up to £10,000, these grants are intended to pump prime research, to complete an on-going project or to purchase apparatus.

MRCPath Grants Worth £2,500, these grants enable a research project to be carried out as part of the Membership requirements of the Royal College of Pathologists (UK).

Travel Grants Worth up to £1,500 these grants are for those resident in the UK and overseas and are usually awarded to individuals traveling to national / international conferences to give presentations / poster presentations.

Overseas Scholarships Worth up to £4,100 these scholarships are to enable workers from other countries the opportunity to work in UK departments for up to six months.

Programme Grant Worth up to £500,000, and awarded once every five years, the BSAC Programme Grants are intended to support long-term programmes of work where the aim is to answer an interrelated set of questions.
Address: British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy
11 The Wharf
16 Bridge Street
Birmingham
B1 2JS
Telephone: 0121 633 0410
Fax: 0121 643 9497
Email: hq@bsac.org.uk

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