Research Project Grants

Deadline: 25/11/2005
October 6, 2005

The Health Research Board is offering research project grants to promote interaction between biological and non-biological scientists in addressing research topics directly related to improving human health. Researchers in the Republic of Ireland who hold a post in an established academic research centre or post-doctoral researchers who do not hold a post and are seeking funding for their own salary and who have the support of a Head of Department. The maximum value of each grant awarded will be €70,000 per annum for grants supporting a salaried researcher and €55,000 per annum for grants training a post-graduate student.

Details here
Contact: Research Grants Officer
Address: 73 Lower Baggot St, Dublin 2 (Headquarters)
Chief Executive's Office
Research Funding and Policy Division
Research and Development for Health Division
Child Health Epidemiology Division
Telephone: +353 1 6761176
Fax: + 353 1 6611856
Email: kduggan-walls@hrb.ie

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