Longitudinal Population Study Grants

These grants provide support for researchers who want to establish, maintain or enhance longitudinal population studies (LPS) for the benefit of the wider scientific community.

Scheme at a glance

Career stage:

Leading a research programme

Where your host organisation is based:

UK, Low- or middle-income countries

Type of researcher:

Basic, Clinical, Public health

Level of funding:

Up to £5 million for a Core support grant. Up to £1.5 million for an Enhancing value grant.

Duration of funding:

Up to 5 years

Who can apply

Longitudinal Population Study (LPS) grants are for teams of researchers to do one or more of the following:

  • create or maintain LPS to answer important scientific questions (Core support grant)
  • undertake a pilot study to determine the feasibility of setting up a new LPS (Core support grant)
  • develop approaches that enhance the value of LPS (Enhancing value grant)
  • improve the usefulness of outputs from LPS (Enhancing value grant). 

To be eligible, you and any coapplicants should be essential to the proposed activities and have:

  • proven expertise in your field
  • a track record in obtaining grant funding
  • an academic or research post (or equivalent). 

We would normally expect applicants to have a salary, or a guarantee of a salary, for the duration of the award period. If your employment contract states that you must get your salary from external grant funding, and you are based in the UK or a low- or middle-income country, you can ask us for this in your application. Your host organisation must confirm details about your contract.

You should be based at a host organisation in the UK or an eligible low- or middle-income country. Your coapplicants can be based anywhere in the world.

Your proposed LPS should usually be based in the UK or a low- or middle-income country. If it is not, please contact Erica Pufall to discuss your eligibility before you apply.

There are two types of funding you can apply for.

1. Core support grants (up to £5 million)

These grants support new and existing LPS, such as cohorts, panel surveys and biobanks. The grants may include some funds for answering scientific questions, but the majority of funds should be for core costs. 

We also accept applications for pilot studies to determine the feasibility of setting up a new LPS. The planned outcome of the pilot study should be a funding application to create a new LPS. 

Your LPS must:

  • be designed to answer a wide range of scientific questions in the UK or low- and middle-income countries
  • have, or plan to collect, data on more than 5,000 participants at baseline.

In your proposal, you should be able to demonstrate that your LPS has:

  • a clear aim with scientific impact and potential
  • robust leadership, management, training and governance structures
  • effective recruitment, rigorous data and sample quality, and data governance
  • opportunities for researchers outside of the core team to access and use it
  • links with other data sources where possible
  • meaningful engagement with participants, the wider public, industry, policy makers and practitioners.

If your proposed LPS is based in a low- or middle-income country, you will need to demonstrate that it meets the highest achievable quality standards for the context in which it operates.

2. Enhancing value grants (up to £1.5 million)

These grants support approaches that maximise the value of LPS. 

This includes:

  • establishing governance structures, eg to make LPS data more discoverable and widely used
  • developing new methodologies to collect and analyse LPS data 
  • bringing together data from across LPS, and other sources, to create new data resources.

Examples of activities we’ll consider include (but are not limited to): 

  • creating networks of LPS 
  • ways to improve analysis of complex data from LPS
  • developing new data collection methods
  • regulatory or organisational changes that support data sharing
  • research that explores how multiple datasets can be linked efficiently
  • understanding the acceptability and feasibility of linking data from a variety of sources
  • establishing governance structures allowing LPS to link to additional data sources
  • developing and championing approaches to allow data interoperability (the exchange and sharing of information between different systems), accessibility and analysis
  • methods for integrating data from different sources.

Data to be linked can include:

  • health, social care and education records
  • disease registries
  • wearable technology
  • geocoding
  • climate data
  • social media feeds
  • data from other types of studies eg clinical trials
  • commercial data eg shopping habits.

Who can't apply

We won’t consider proposals for:

  • small LPS (under 5,000 participants at baseline)
  • time-limited LPS that aim to answer specific research questions within the duration of a research grant
  • disease-specific LPS which only include participants with a specific condition or set of conditions
  • applications that only make use of LPS data.

You can apply for this type of funding through our other funding schemes (eg Investigator Awards in Science, Collaborative Awards in Science and our fellowship schemes).

Other schemes

Biomedical Resource and Technology Development Grants

Providing support for researchers who want to establish or maintain biomedical resources (including databases and collections) for the benefit of the wider scientific community.
Full details of Biomedical Resource and Technology Development Grants
Scheme finder

An LPS grant offers up to five years of support.

There are two levels of funding you can apply for:

  • Core support grants up to £5 million
  • Enhancing value grants up to £1.5 million.

Depending on how much you apply for, you may need to contact us first. See the 'How to apply' section on this page.

We don't usually consider applications for less than £75,000.

Support includes:

    • We will only cover salary costs for staff, full or part-time, who are necessary to develop the LPS and/or manage it (but not research personnel).

      If you’re doing fieldwork or clinical studies in a low- or middle-income country, we’ll consider requests for necessary research staff. Please contact us to discuss this.

      We don't usually provide a salary for any applicants for this scheme.

      We don't provide studentship stipends.

      • Staff salaries should be appropriate to skills, responsibilities and expertise. You should ask your host organisation to use their salary scales to calculate these costs, which should include:

        • basic salary
        • employer’s contributions, including any statutory obligations (eg National Insurance contributions if you’re based in the UK) and pension scheme costs
        • Apprentice Levy charges for UK-based salaries
        • any incremental progression up the salary scale
        • locally recognised allowances such as London allowance.

        You should allow for salary pay awards during Year 1. These should be based on pay awards already agreed: if you don’t know what the pay award is yet then use our inflation rate.

        From Year 2 onwards, you should use your organisation's current pay rates. We'll provide a separate inflation allowance for salary inflation costs.

        Find out more about the different staff categories and employing staff.

        We may make a contribution towards the salary of departmental technicians funded by Research England and its equivalents in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. You will need to provide a full audit record of their time on your project.

    • Visa, work permit and settled status costs

      If you have named researchers on your grant whose salaries will be funded by Wellcome, you can ask for visa or work permit costs to help them take up their posts at the host organisation. You can also ask for:

      • visa costs for the researcher’s partner and dependent children
      • essential associated costs, such as travel to attend appointments at a visa application centre or embassy if you can justify these
      • Immigration Health Surcharge costs for the researcher, their partner and dependent children if they will be in the UK for six months or more.

      You can also ask for settled status costs if the named researchers:

      • are European Union citizens living in the UK
      • meet the requirements for settled status set by the UK government.

      You can also include these costs for the researcher’s partner and dependants.

  • We will pay for the materials and consumables you need to maintain the LPS, including:

    • laboratory chemicals and materials (eg reagents, isotopes, peptides, enzymes, antibodies, gases, proteins, cell/tissue/bacterial culture, plasticware and glassware)
    • associated charges for shipping, delivery and freight.
  • You can ask for funds to buy animals if they are essential to your project. We will also fund the charge-out rates for animal house facilities if your organisation uses full economic costing methodology. These costs include:

    • running costs (including animal maintenance, any experimental procedures, licences and relevant staff training)
    • appropriate estates costs
    • cage and equipment depreciation costs, but not building depreciation costs.

    We may not pay the full charge-out rate for an animal house facility if we've provided significant funding towards the infrastructure and/or core support of the facility.

    If your organisation doesn’t use full economic costing methodology to establish charge-out rates for animal house facilities, you can ask for funds to cover:

    • the cost of buying animals
    • running costs (including animal maintenance, any experimental procedures, licences and relevant staff training)
    • staff costs, eg contributions towards the salaries of animal house technicians.

    We won’t provide estates or depreciation costs.

  • Equipment purchase

    You can ask for items of equipment that are essential to your proposed research project. Costs may include purchase, delivery, installation, maintenance and training, where necessary.

    We will cover VAT and import duties if:

    • the usual UK exemptions on equipment used for medical research don’t apply
    • you’re applying from a non-UK organisation, and you can show these costs can’t be recovered.

    If a complete piece of equipment costs £100,000 or more, we expect a contribution of at least 25 per cent from the host organisation or another source.

    In some cases we may expect a larger contribution. We’ll discuss this with you after we’ve assessed your application.

    Contributions can include benefits in kind, such as refurbishment or the underwriting of a key support post.

    Equipment maintenance

    We will cover maintenance costs for equipment if:

    • you are requesting it in your application
    • it is existing equipment that is:
      • funded by us or another source
      • essential to the proposed research project
      • more than five years old
      • cost effective to keep maintaining it.

    We won’t cover maintenance costs for equipment if there is a mechanism in place to recoup these costs through access charges.

    Computer equipment

    We will cover the cost of one personal computer or laptop per person up to £1,500.

    We won't pay for:

    • more expensive items, unless you can justify them
    • installation or training costs.
  • You can ask for the cost of access to shared equipment or facilities if they’re essential to your research project. These may include materials and consumables, plus a proportion of:

    • maintenance and service contracts
    • staff time costs for dedicated technical staff employed to operate the equipment or facility.

    We don’t cover the costs of:

    • estates and utilities
    • depreciation or insurance
    • other staff eg contributions towards departmental technical, administrative and management staff time.

    If the facilities or equipment were paid for by a Wellcome grant, you can only ask for access charges if:

    • the grant has ended
    • any support for running costs and maintenance contracts has ended.
  • We cover research management and support costs if:

    • your host organisation is in a low- or middle-income country and your grant will be directly awarded to that organisation,

    or

    • part of your grant will be sub-contracted to an organisation in a low- or middle-income country.

    We don't cover these costs if your host organisation will include the sub-contracted funding in its annual report to the UK Charity Research Support Fund.

    They can include:

    • training costs, eg transferable skills and personal development training for you and any other people employed on your grant
    • costs for short-term professional training for administrative, technical and support staff
    • administration, eg grant management, technical and administrative services
    • other costs which are necessary for your research, eg computing and internet access costs, access to electronic resources, facility and running costs such as utilities, furniture, waste disposal and incineration, and building maintenance.

    The total research management and support costs should not be more than 20% of the direct research costs you're requesting.

    See a list of low- and middle-income countries.

    How to apply for these costs

    You must

    • give a full breakdown of costs in your grant application form (you can't ask for a percentage of the research costs)
    • explain why these costs are necessary for your research
    • include a letter from the finance director of your host organisation with your application, confirming that the breakdown is a true representation of the costs incurred.
  • Travel costs

    You should use the most suitable and economical form of travel. Please include a breakdown for each part of your trip, eg air fares and number of journeys.

    Conference attendance

    You can ask for a contribution towards the costs of attending scientific and academic meetings to publicise the LPS. The limits are:

    • Lead applicant – £2,000 a year
    • Staff employed on your grant – £1,000 each a year

    You’ll need to specify the amount you’re requesting for each person.

    Collaborative travel

    You can ask for travel and subsistence costs for collaborative visits for you and any staff employed on your grant. You’ll need to justify each visit and its duration.

    Other travel

    We may pay for other essential visits, eg to facilities, for sample collection and for fieldwork. You can include subsistence costs.

    Subsistence costs

    If you’re away for up to one month you can ask for subsistence costs. These include accommodation, meals and incidentals (eg refreshments or newspapers).

    If your administering organisation has a subsistence policy, use their rates.

    If your administering organisation doesn’t have a subsistence policy, please use the HMRC rates.

    If you’re away for more than one month and up to 12 months, we will pay reasonable rental costs only, including aparthotels. You should discuss appropriate rates with your administering and host organisations, or Wellcome, as appropriate. We expect you to choose the most economical options, booked in advance where possible.

    If you’re from a low- or middle- income country and will be working in a high-income country for more than one month and up to 12 months, you can also ask for up to £20 a day to cover extra costs, such as transport and incidentals.

    If you’re away for more than 12 months, we will pay the costs of your housing. You should discuss your needs with your administering and host organisations.

    The allowance we provide will be based on family and business need. We will set the maximum allowance we pay for each location. This will be based on current market data or, where data is unavailable, in consultation with your administering organisation, using equivalent market rates. Please contact us if you need help calculating the costs.

    • If you or any staff employed on your grant will be spending time in another country, we’ll help you with the additional costs of working on the project overseas.

      Our overseas allowances are:

      • a contribution towards the personal cost of carrying out research overseas, to ensure that you are not disadvantaged
      • provided on the assumption that you’ll be paying income tax, either in your home country, or the country you will be working in (your personal tax is your responsibility).
      • provided on the understanding that you or your partner will not receive equivalent allowances from elsewhere
      • determined by the amount of time you will spend away from your home country.
    • If you will be away more than 12 months, we will provide overseas allowances for your partner and any dependants if they are travelling with you.

      If you will be away for 12 months or less and can justify why your partner and dependants must travel with you, we may provide overseas allowances for them.

      We define your partner as the person:

      • you’re married to
      • you’re not married to but with whom you’ve been in a relationship for at least a year

      and

      • you live with at the same permanent address and share some form of joint financial commitment with (eg a mortgage).
    •  

      See a list of low- and middle-income countries, as defined by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

      You can ask for the following allowances. You need to provide estimated costs as accurately as possible.

        • We will pay your travel costs at the beginning and end of your overseas work. Costs can be for air, ferry, train or coach fares.

          All fares should be:

          • economy class
          • the most suitable and economical form of travel
          • booked in advance where possible.
        • If you are away for up to 12 months, you can ask for up to 80kg of additional baggage or unaccompanied airline freight for your outward and return journeys.

          If you are away for more than 12 months, you can ask for the costs of shipping your personal items at the beginning and end of your overseas work.

          We will pay the full cost of transporting:

          • half a standard shipping container if you’re travelling alone
          • a whole standard shipping container (20ft) if you’re travelling with a partner and/or dependants.
        • We will pay the cost of your medical insurance and travel insurance.

          If you will be working in a low- or middle-income country we will also cover the cost of emergency evacuation cover.

          We won’t pay for medical insurance if you will be based in the UK or Republic of Ireland.

        • We will pay the costs of visas, vaccinations and anti-malaria treatment.

        • You can ask for this if you’ll be based in a low- or middle-income country and it is necessary.

          Costs can include guards, panic buttons and alarms. You should ask your employing organisation for advice on the level of security you need.

        • If you’re away for up to one month you can ask for subsistence costs. These include accommodation, meals and incidentals (eg refreshments or newspapers).

          If your administering organisation has a subsistence policy, use their rates.

          If your administering organisation doesn’t have a subsistence policy, please use the HMRC rates.

          If you’re away for more than one month and up to 12 months, we will pay reasonable rental costs only, including aparthotels. You should discuss appropriate rates with your administering and host organisations, or Wellcome, as appropriate. We expect you to choose the most economical options, booked in advance where possible.

          If you’re from a low- or middle- income country and will be working in a high-income country for more than one month and up to 12 months, you can also ask for up to £20 a day to cover extra costs, such as transport and incidentals.

          If you’re away for more than 12 months, we will pay the costs of your housing. You should discuss your needs with your administering and host organisations.

          The allowance we provide will be based on family and business need. We will set the maximum allowance we pay for each location. This will be based on current market data or, where data is unavailable, in consultation with your administering organisation, using equivalent market rates. If you need help calculating the costs please contact Grants Management.

          We will cover the direct expenses you have to pay to find and rent a home. We will not cover the cost of utilities or any refurbishment.

        • If you’re away for more than 12 months we will pay:

          Local nursery or school fees

          You can ask for these costs if you are in a location where there isn’t free local education of the same standard as in your home country.

          Costs include:

          • local nursery school fees up to a maximum of 15 hours a week for 3 to 4 year olds
          • local junior or secondary school fees, up to the end of secondary school education.

          Local international school fees

          You can ask for these costs if local schools do not provide the same standard of education as in your home country. We will only pay the published termly school fees.

          We will not cover the costs of:

          • extracurricular activities, including field trips
          • other extras including, but not limited to, uniforms, sports kit and equipment, transport, meals, books and electronic equipment.

          Boarding school fees

          We will consider paying the cost of boarding school fees in your home country if:

          • a local international school is not available
          • both parents, guardians or the sole care giver live outside the home country.

          The allowance covers:

          • up to a maximum of £30,000 a year for each child for the published termly fees only
          • the cost of economy class return airfares at the start and end of each school term.

          We will not cover the costs of:

          • additional annual leave airfares
          • extracurricular activities, including field trips
          • other extras including, but not limited to, uniforms, sports kit and equipment, transport, meals, books and electronic equipment.

          We will cover the cost of providing special needs education as far as possible. Please contact us to discuss your needs.

          We would not usually expect to provide an education allowance if you will be working in a high-income country.

        • If you will be away for more than 12 months, we’ll pay for you to travel back to your home country for annual leave. This is in addition to your outward and return travel costs and depends on how long you will be away:

          • 12-24 months – 1 annual leave trip
          • 25-36 months – 2 annual leave trips
          • 37-48 months – 3 annual leave trips
          • 49-60 months – 4 annual leave trips
          • 61-72 months – 5 annual leave trips.

          All fares should be:

          • economy class
          • the most suitable and economical form of travel
          • booked in advance where possible.
        • If you will be away for more than 12 months, you can ask for up to 100 hours of lessons in the local language for you and/or your partner during the first 12 months of your visit.

          We will cover 100% of the costs for local language school classes or up to 50% of the costs of individual tuition.

          We will not cover the cost of examinations or personal learning materials such as DVDs and books.

  • We cover fieldwork costs if they’re essential and you can justify them. Costs can include:

    • survey and data collection, including communication and data collection services and any associated costs such as essential field materials, travel costs and language translation services
    • the purchase, hire and running costs of vehicles dedicated to your project
    • expenses for subjects and volunteers, including the recruitment of participants, their participatory fees and travel costs
    • statistical analysis.

    You can ask for other fieldwork costs that aren’t listed here, but you’ll need to justify them.

  • We will add an inflation allowance to your award.

    How we calculate your inflation allowance

    Your inflation allowance is based on your total eligible costs and the duration of the award. You'll receive the following allowance if the costs in your application are in pounds sterling, euros or US dollars.

    Our inflation allowance is increasing. The following rates apply to grants awarded from 1 October 2017:

    Award duration (in months)Inflation allowance
    0-120.0%
    13-241.0%
    25-362.0%
    37-483.0%
    49-604.1%
    61-725.1%
    73-846.2%

    These rates are calculated using compound inflation at 2.0% a year from Year 2 onwards.

    If your costs are in any other currency, we will use an inflation allowance that reflects the inflation rate of the country where the host organisation is based.

    What to include in your application

    The costs in your application must be based on current known costs, excluding inflation.

    You should allow for salary pay awards during Year 1. These should be based on pay awards already agreed; if you don’t know what the pay award is yet then use our inflation rate.

    The Trust’s studentship stipend scales for non-clinical/basic science PhD studentships include an annual increase for inflation.

  • You can ask for costs for page charges and/or costs for colour prints for your original research papers.

    You can also ask for the costs of publishing other material which is essential to the project, such as:

    • the proceedings of a workshop or conference we’ve funded
    • questionnaires, recruitment material, newsletters etc for clinical, epidemiological and qualitative research studies
    • the results of a clinical trial or epidemiological study
    • public engagement materials where dissemination (including printing and publishing) is a key activity of the project.

    Open access charges

    You can't ask for open access article processing charges in your application.

    If your organisation receives block funding through the UK’s Charity Open Access Fund you can ask it to cover these costs. If not, we’ll supplement your grant when your paper has been accepted for publication.

  • If you need to carry out clinical trials or research using NHS patients or facilities, we will cover some of the research costs.

    Annex A of the guidelines for attributing the costs of health and social care research and development (AcoRD) sets out the costs we cover, and which costs should be funded through the Department of Health in England, or its equivalent in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. If you're based in the Republic of Ireland, we would expect you to adhere to the spirit of these principles.

    Further information on our clinical trials policy.

  • If you already have an LPS, you can ask for costs to meet the criteria we’ll use to assess your application. Costs can include:

    • setting up an advisory or governance board
    • making data available to other researchers
    • costs associated with making the resource discoverable and accessible to the research community (such as developing a project website, creating a variable code book, or setting up a data access committee)
    • any other reasonable expense that you can justify.

    Read our Longitudinal population studies strategy [PDF 166KB] for more information about our assessment criteria.

  • Costs you may ask for (you will have to justify these costs in your application):

    • specialist publications that are relevant to the research and not available in institutional libraries
    • consultancy fees
    • expenses for subjects and volunteers – includes recruitment of participants, their participatory fees and travel, as well as interviewee expenses
    • reasonable research-associated costs related to the feedback of health-related findings but not any healthcare-associated costs
    • costs associated with developing an outputs management plan
    • recruitment, advertising and interviewee travel costs for staff to be employed on the grant
    • purchase, hire and running costs of project-dedicated vehicles.

    Costs we won’t pay:

    • estates costs – such as building and premises costs, basic services and utilities. This also includes phone, postage, photocopying and stationery, unless you can justify these within a clinical or epidemiological study.*
    • research, technical and administrative staff whose time is shared across several projects and isn’t supported by an audit record*
    • PhD stipends
    • charge-out costs for major facilities* – departmental technical and administrative services, and use of existing equipment
    • cleaning, waste and other disposal costs*

    *We will fund these costs in the case of animal-related research.

    • indirect costs – this includes general administration costs such as personnel, finance, library, room hire and some departmental services
    • office furniture, such as chairs, desks, filing cabinets, etc.
    • clothing such as lab coats, shoes, gloves, protective clothing
    • non-research related activities, eg catering, room and venue hire for staff parties, team-building events and social activities
    • indemnity insurance (insurance cover against claims made by subjects or patients associated with a research programme)
    • ethics reviews, unless you are in a low- or middle-income country
    • radiation protection costs.

    Costs guidance [XLSX 18KB] on the types of costs that can/cannot be charged on biomedical science research grants.

You can also apply for Research Enrichment funding to increase the impact of your work through activities in public engagement, open research, and diversity and inclusion.

What we don’t offer

If you're a coapplicant from a developed country outside the UK, we don't offer research expenses to your host organisation.

We don't fund overheads unless they're included on this page (eg research management and support costs).

You must submit your application through the Wellcome Trust Grant Tracker (WTGT).

Start your application

Stages of application

  1. Read our strategy

    Read our Longitudinal population studies strategy [PDF 166KB] for more information about the criteria we’ll use to assess your application.

    Find out more about our longitudinal population studies work.

  2. Contact us

    You must email Erica Pufall at E.Pufall@wellcome.ac.uk if: 

    • you’re applying for a Core support grant, even if Wellcome already funds your LPS
    • you’re asking for more than £1.5 million for an Enhancing value grant
    • you want to apply for funding from multiple sources.
  3. Submit your preliminary application

    You must submit your preliminary application through the Wellcome Trust Grant Tracker.

    You should provide a supporting statement from your host organisation that outlines their commitment to the long-term sustainability of the study.

    View a Sample preliminary application form for Longitudinal Population Study Grants [PDF 451KB].

    We’ll assess your eligibility and suitability and give you a decision within four weeks of the preliminary deadline.

  4. Submit your invited full application

    If your preliminary application is successful, we’ll invite you to submit a full application.

    View the Sample full application form for Longitudinal Population Study Grants [PDF 335KB]

  5. External written peer review

    We'll seek written comments from external expert reviewers. Unattributed comments will be sent to you before the committee meeting.

    If you’re applying for an Enhancing value grant, you’ll have the opportunity to respond to the comments in writing.

  6. Interviews

    If you’re applying for a Core support grant and are invited to submit a full application, you’ll be invited to an interview. 

    At the interview, you’ll be asked to make a five-minute presentation and answer questions from the Longitudinal Population Studies Committee. Interviews take place at the Wellcome offices in London. We can pay your travel and accommodation costs.

  7. Decision

    The Longitudinal Population Studies Committee will review your full application.

    We aim to notify you of our decision within four to six weeks of the committee meeting.

Disabled applicants

If you are disabled or have a chronic health condition, we can support you with the application process.

Dates

We consider applications once a year. You must submit your application by 17:00 (GMT) on the deadline day. We don't accept late applications.

  • Preliminary application deadline

    7 November 2018, 17:00 GMT

  • Full application deadline

    19 February 2019, 17:00 GMT

  • Interviews for Core support grant applications

    22-23 May 2019

More information

Find out about how we've worked with the funding community to develop principles and obligations setting out what we expect from those responsible for clinical training, trainees and funders across the UK.

Definitions

Leading a research programme

For researchers with a PhD or the equivalent, and significant postdoctoral research experience.

UK
Low- or middle-income countries

See a list of low- and middle-income countries, as defined by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Basic

You're not a clinically qualified researcher.

Clinical

You're a clinically qualified doctor, vet, dentist or a clinical psychologist.

Public health

Key dates

We consider applications once a year.

  • Preliminary application deadline

    7 November 2018, 17:00 GMT

  • Full application deadline

    19 February 2019, 17:00 GMT

  • Interviews for Core support grant applications

    22-23 May 2019

Contact us

Contact our information officers if you have a question about funding.

If you have a question about the scope and content of your proposal, contact Erica Pufall.

People we've funded