Apply for a Lung Cancer Research Grant
After careful consideration Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation have decided to suspend the 2020 open grants round due to the Coronavirus crisis. Please check back for further details on future funding calls or email email@example.com and we will contact you as and when we are open for applications.
We fund research grants into the following areas:
- Early detection of lung cancer: Applications are invited for research projects into high risk population stratification and molecular screening.
- Patient experience: We invite applications from professional groups, such as nurses and Allied Health Professionals who are very involved in the patient experience of lung cancer.
Types of research grants
We offer different types of lung cancer research grants:
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation pilot grants are available to allow established scientists to investigate and develop new ideas in the field of lung cancer research in the areas of Early Detection and Patient Experience.
Pilot grants will be awarded if they can clearly demonstrate that support is for a new direction of research for researchers to test hypotheses to provide sufficient data for a full application to Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
It is expected in general that a pilot grant will be used to fund a discrete piece of research that will not be supplemented from other sources. The applicant must have a proven track record in their own scientific field and be employed in a UK or Ireland university or research institute.
These grants will not exceed 12 months duration and a maximum of £25,000 may be applied for.
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation projects grants are available to support innovative research in to lung cancer in the areas of Early Detection and Patient Experience.
Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation will award project grants for a clear research proposal of relevance to RCLCF lung cancer research topics and is expected to lead to a significant advance of understanding of lung cancer and its impact.
The applicants should have conducted independent research in the field of lung cancer or be an experienced researcher in a related field, and wish to build on their history and reputation in the lung cancer area, deepening their knowledge and experience.
These grants are awarded for up to two years and will not normally exceed £75,000 per annum.
How to apply
The application process is now closed.
• Research Grant Funding Information 2020
• Guidelines 2020
• Form A: Lay Summary and Scientific Abstract
• Form B: Application for Research Pilot Grant
• Form B: Application for Research Project Grant
Please note there are two different versions of Form B depending on whether you are applying for a PILOT grant (up to £25,000 for one year) or a PROJECT grant (up to £75,000 per annum for one or two years).
Please refer to Guidelines 2020 when completing the forms.