Irish Cancer Society Research Fellowship 2020 - Social, Nursing, and Allied Health
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The Irish Cancer Society is now accepting Expression of Interest (EOI) applications for the Social, Nursing, and Allied Health Sciences (SNAH) Research Fellowship 2020.
The objective of the Irish Cancer Society Social, Nursing, and Allied Health (SNAH) Research Fellowship is to support excellent early- to mid-stage (0-6 years’ experience post-PhD or equivalent) cancer researchers and clinical professionals (nurses and allied health professionals) to develop as independent researchers. This Fellowship (2 years full time, 3-4 years part time) is specifically intended to fund research that seeks to reduce the burden of cancer. Applications in the areas of basic or translational biomedical research are not eligible.
Please see the guidelines and FAQ for more information.
All eligible EOI applications will be reviewed by an international scientific panel. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to submit a full application. There is funding available for one fellowship in 2020.
Funding and duration
Funding of up to €160,000 is available for a fellowship to be undertaken, either 2 years full-time or 3-4 years part-time. A part-time fellowship (0.5 FTE) is allowable for applicants who hold a concurrent clinical post in their professional field.
The budget includes provision for:
- Mobility funding in order to travel to a national or an (preferably) international research institution for up to six months during the fellowship.
- Costs associated with Public and Patient Involvement (PPI).
All applications must be submitted through the online grant management system by 3.00pm, Tuesday 10 March 2020.
Grant management system- https://grants.cancer.ie
Call opens for EOI
Thursday, 30 January 2020
3.00pm, Tuesday 10 March 2020
Shortlisted applicants invited to submit full application
Early April 2020
Full application deadline
Early May 2020
Interviews in Dublin
Mid June 2020
Dates are provisional and subject to change. Further details of important dates for the full application stage will be given to shortlisted applicants. Applicants must be available to attend the interview in Dublin.
Where we get our funding
Fundraising events, donations, charity shops, corporate giving – these are some of the ways we get our funding.
For more information
(01) 231 0500