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Cambridge Public Health


This page provides information about selected funding opportunities. Click here for information about funding organisations in the UK with more comprehensive listings of opportunities.

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Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Centre in climate change and health: Apply for funding to establish a centre in climate change and health. Our centres are world-leading centres of excellence that carry out interdisciplinary, cutting-edge and impactful research. The full economic cost of your project can be between £5 million and £9.7 million for up to 5 years. UKRI will fund 80% of the full economic cost. Deadline: May 2023

Pre-announcement: collaborative community research to tackle health inequalities: Apply for funding to create and test collaborative models for the integration of cultural, community and natural environment assets into health and care systems. Applications must be interdisciplinary and include appropriate partners and co-investigators from outside of academia. The full economic cost (FEC) of each application can be between £625,000, and £2.5 million for 36 months. UKRI will fund 80% of the full economic cost.

Opening date: April 2023; 
Closing date: June 2023
NIHR Public Health Research Programme

NIHR Fellowship Programme funding calls are open for both NIHR Doctoral Fellowships and NIHR Advanced Fellowships

Deadline: July 2023


Support in funding applications

Cambridge Public Health

Cambridge Public Health aims to bring together researchers from across Schools and disciplines to apply for interdisciplinary funding. If you would like assistance in finding collaborators for a proposal or project, please contact us.

University of Cambridge

Application support for the development of large collaborative grant proposals

Large Grant Contributions Fund to encourage and support large collaborative research applications and to maximise the University’s outward facing impact.

Bid preparation Fund to enable the preparation of large collaborative bids overseen by the Research Policy Committee.

Support to researchers to help prepare 'Pathways to Impact' statements when applying for Research Council funding from the Centre for Science and Policy.

National Institute for Health and Care Research

NIHR Research Design service: support for health and social care researchers on all aspects of developing and writing a funding application

NIHR Research Design Service East of England

NIHR guidelines on how to Make a Strong Application

NIHR Public Health Research programme – tips for success