National Meningitis Trust

Deadline: 30/03/2001
September 29, 2003

Applications are now being invited to support research into meningitis. The trust is particularly interested in receiving applications concentrating on the development of meningococcal serogroup B vaccines. The priority areas are:

High priority:
Development of meningococcal serogroup B vaccines.
Surveillance and diagnosis of meningococcal disease.

Medium priority:
Development of vaccines for other causes of meningitis.
Surveillance and diagnosis of other causes of meningitis.
Effectiveness of early treatment.
Management of after effects.

Low priority:
Pathogenesis.
Hospital therapy.

Applicants are asked to email a prècis of the proposed study (maximum of four A4 pages, minimum font size 10) including rough costings to research@meningitis-trust.org.uk .
Address: The National Meningitis Trust, Fern House, Bath Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 3TJ
Telephone: 01453 768000 Fax: 01453 768001

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