Integrated Clinical Arthritis Centre Grant

Deadline: 15/05/2006
March 6, 2006

TheArthritis Research Campaign's ICAC grants provide the necessary infrastructure to promote the development of clinical research programmes in academic departments concerned with arthritis and related musculoskeletal disorders. Grants are normally awarded for 4 years and will fund up to 3 support staff (eg, research nurse, metrologist, technician) with equipment and/or running costs of up to £5,000 a year, according to the needs of individual centres to achieve the stated research objectives. No application with a budget in excess of £60,000 per annum will be considered.

Details here
Address: Arthritis Research Campaign
Copeman House
St Mary's Court
St Mary's Gate
S41 7TD
United Kingdom
Telephone: 01246 558033
Fax: 01246 558007

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