The CDRF in conjunction with the Denise Coates Foundation announces calls for new proposals related to the human microbiome. All proposals will be peer-reviewed. Priority will be given to projects related to twin research.
1. A research fellowship for up to £300,000 in new areas and methods related to the analysis of the microbiome, metabolomics and chronic disease. The candidate must have a PhD, an excellent track record in the research area and skills in handling large data sets. The length of the fellowship is up to 4 years part-time or full-time. A support letter from the institution is also required who would be expected to offer honorary status.
Deadline for application: 1st March 2020 with full proposal which can be downloaded online.
2. A special project grant for research in metabolomics, omics, the microbiome and chronic diseases for up to £1 million. The candiate (s) must have excellent credentials and track record in the research area. The project length is up to 3 years.
Deadline for the application: 15th March 2020 with a full proposal which can be downloaded online.
3. Pilot studies of up to £10,000 used to seek larger grants can be submitted at any time.
Other conditions can be found on the website or by contacting the administrator Robyn Fitzgerald at firstname.lastname@example.org to whom correspondence should be addressed.