Research Fellowship

Deadline: 23/02/2007
October 13, 2006

British Lung Foundation Research Fellowships are available to fund respiratory research in a UK research institution. They are available to scientists with a PhD, MD or equivalent. Total support requested should not exceed £120,000 and the period of the grant is normally 3 years. Should an applicant wish to make an application for part-time funding e.g. in the case of ongoing clinical training, it will be the applicant's responsibility to provide a business case and confirmation of any additional source of funding. The BLF will not fund clinical sessions.

Details here
Contact: Ian Jarrold
Address: British Lung Foundation
73-75 Goswell Road
Telephone: 01204 390891

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