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Grant Opportunities: Nominations Open for Mental Health Award

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Deadline: 7-Jun-23

Wellcome Trust is accepting nominations for Mental Health Award to support the validation of biological, psychological, social or digital markers to enable stratification in anxiety and/or depression as early as possible.

Wellcome aims to drive a transformative change in the ability to intervene as early as possible in the course of anxiety and depression, broadly defined, in ways prioritised by the people who experience them.

This work involves advancing scientific understanding of how brain, body and environment interact in the course and resolution of these conditions; finding new and improved ways to predict, identify, and stratify groups of people so that they can provide more timely and personalised interventions; and finding new and improved ways of intervening.

Funding Information

  • Level of funding: Up to £5 million
  • Duration of funding: Up to 5 years

What does the award include?

  • This award includes:
    • staff
    • continuing professional development and training
    • materials and consumables
    • animals
    • equipment
    • access charges
    • overheads
    • travel and subsistence
    • overseas allowances
    • fieldwork expenses
    • inflation allowance
    • open access charges
    • clinical research costs
    • public engagement and patient involvement costs
    • contract research organisations
    • other costs
    • Where your host organisation is based: Anywhere in the world (apart from mainland China and countries that are the target of international sanctions)

Eligibility Criteria

  • You can apply to this call if you are a team:
    • from a relevant discipline from eligible organisations
    • based anywhere in the world, apart from mainland China and sanctioned territories
  • Lead applicant
    • You must:
      • Have the experience, or the necessary support structures in place, needed to drive and lead a research programme to address your proposed research questions in anxiety and/or depression.
      • Have experience of people and research management and training, as appropriate for your career stage.
      • Have experience of or demonstrate commitment to effectively leading a team that embeds lived experience as relevant to the project and approach.
      • Be able to contribute at least 20% of your research time to this project.
      • Have a permanent, open-ended or long-term rolling contract for the duration of the award, or guarantee of a salaried post, which is not conditional on receiving this award.
      • Be based at an eligible host organisation that can sign up to the grant conditions.
      • Only request salary recovery if this is a condition of your employment contract.
  • Co-applicants
    • Each co-applicant:
      • Must be essential for the delivery of the proposed research and make a significant contribution, for example designing the research, writing the application, leading and/or delivering a specific work-package or research aim or managing the programme.
      • Must demonstrate the team’s commitment to effectively embed lived experience as relevant to the project and approach.
      • Must be able to contribute at least 20% of their research time to this project.
      • Does not need to have a permanent, open-ended or long-term rolling contract at their host institution. However, must have a guarantee of space from their host institution for the duration of their commitment to the award.
      • Must be based at an eligible organisation that can sign up to the grant conditions.
      • Can be based in the same or in different organisations, can be at any career stage, and come from any discipline, but the added value of the team approach must be clear.

For more information, visit https://wellcome.org/grant-funding/schemes/mental-health-award-finding-right-treatment-right-people-right-time-anxiety?

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