Research Grants and Awards

CLDF

Joint  Children’s Liver Disease Foundation/ BSPGHAN 2018 -  Start-up Research Grants

We aim to inform applicants regarding funding during the week of the BSPHGAN conference 23rd – 25th January 2019

Dr David Campbell, Chair                                                               Alison Taylor, CEO

Joint BSPGHAN/NIHR-Children Research Working Group                Children’s Liver Disease Foundation

Small grants programme

Which makes available £5,000 quarterly.  The programme aims to support research teams to generate proof of principle, preliminary data or smaller projects.  Applications from nursing and allied professionals are welcome within this programme.  The programme will not top up funds for a larger grant award.  Turn around is swift.  Deadline application dates are 31 March, 30 June, 30 September & 31 December each year. For further details on the programme and to download an application form go to: http://www.childliverdisease.org/What-we-do/Research/Small-Grants-Programme


BSPGHAN Awards

BSPGHAN Innovation Grant 2017

Projects chosen for BIG Award are:

Decision tree for multi professional staff and families caring for patients with neurodisabling conditions who develop severe gut dysmotility:  Applicants: Dr Andrew Barclay and Dr Sue Protheroe on behalf of BSPGHAN NIFWG/ RCPCH Clinical Standards

Digital Ulcerative Colitis Healthcare project(DUCH project):  Applicants:   Dr Jonathan Hind; Dr Dhamyanthi Thangarah, Dr John Fell and Dr Mohammed Mutalib

Paed eBANS administrator:  Applicants: Dr Akshay Batra (eBANS); Dr Andrew Barclay (NIFWG); Dr Anthony Wiskin (eBANS): Dr Jutta Koeglmeier (NIFWG): Dr Julian Thomas (eBANS)

BSPGHAN Innovation Grant 2018.

Thank you to everyone who has submitted an application for a BSPGHAN Innovation Grant for 2018 round.  Results will be announced shortly


Digestive Disease Research Core Centers and Digestive Disease Research Development Centers

Visit their website at http://www.digestivediseasescenters.org/content/digestive-diseases-research-centers-funding-opportunities-and-pilotfeasibility-study