BUMP feasibility study
|GRANT AMOUNT:||up to £500,000|
|GRANT DURATION:||18-24 months|
This is a research funding call to identify a research group or consortium of scientists capable of delivering a study that confirms the feasibility of a systematic study of the biological interactions across different cells and tissues in the human uterus; and the outline of opportunities to test and expand on novel discoveries that can help prevent the onset of preterm labour.
Borne is initially offering funding of up to £500,000 to support such a study over the next 18-24 months before announcing a multi-million pound effort that will also be competitively awarded to launch Borne’s Uterine Mapping Project (BUMP).
More information about BUMP and this grant call can be found here.
Please see Borne’s Eligibility Criteria to ascertain whether you are eligible to apply for this grant.
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Applications should be sent to Mei Li Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Download the application form here.
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