Our Research Fund awards aim to attract the best scientists to support our vision of improving children's healthcare.
Small Project Grants
This is available to early stage researchers (within 8 years of a PhD/Higher medical degree).
Small Project Support Grant - Application Form
Call opens: August 2021
Deadline: 29th October 2021
Outcome: February 2022
Applications are invited for different types of support throughout the year. View a list of previously funded research projects.
After the submission deadline, applications are reviewed by internal and (for grants over £5,000) external professionals where they are assessed according to the criteria specified in the Information for Applicants document.
Unsuccessful applicants will be informed of the outcome of their proposal and will be offered anonymous feedback from reviewers.
All applications are assessed by expert reviewers according to the following criteria:
- Benefit to main applicant's career
- Benefit to institution
- Benefit to the health of newborns or children
- Overall scientific value
- Likelihood of achieving desired goals if supported
Additional criteria for fellowships, studentships and scholarships include:
- Quality of the candidate
- Scientific quality of project
- Quality of supervisor
- Appropriateness of research environment
Measuring the Impact of Your Research
Successful applicants are required to submit regular reports. A final written report in the prescribed format must be submitted within 6 months of the end of the Grant period. A progress report in the form specified by the Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity Research Fund may also be requested from time to time.
Failure to submit a report may cause the Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity Research Fund to terminate an existing Grant and refuse to consider further applications from the Grant Holder.
Get In Touch
If you have any questions about our Research Fund, please contact Shannon Mullen:
0141 451 5899