Applications for the Cohort Study grant have now closed. The programme will reopen after the pilot completes (likely after 2022).
This pilot programme supports the development of UK-based cohort studies of well-defined rare patient populations generating valuable datasets relating to patient phenotypes, outcome data and research data such as genetic data.
The ideal cohort study would provide a framework for several rare disease entities in multiple sites, or other areas where funding is limited.
At a glance
30 September 2019.
Up to £50,000 a year, to a total of £150,000 per project over three years. That is the maximum value and timeframe, but shorter timeframes with proportional funding would be encouraged.
BSH will not provide long-term support. Successful applicants will show how BSH support will enable applications to other funders for large-scale, continuing support.
The applicant must:
- have been a BSH member for at least three years
- not have received a cohort study grant from BSH before (nor has their project)
- be the Principal Investigator or a Co-Principal Investigator with direct responsibility for the preparation, conduct and administration of the project
Two grants are available at the 30 September deadline.
Successful applicants will receive an award letter that will form the basis of an agreement between the BSH and the Host Institution and set out agreed milestones or further terms as relevant to the proposed project.
How to apply
Applications have now closed.