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The Trinity Term 2020 round of the Medical Sciences Internal Fund (MSIF) Pump Priming scheme (deadline 29 April 2020) has been cancelled.

The MSIF Chair and the Fund coordinators in Medical Sciences Division have taken the difficult decision to cancel this funding round due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The Divisional Office team apologise sincerely to researchers who were intending to apply to this round and we understand the difficulties facing researchers at the current time. The Medical Sciences Division are hopeful that the next round of the Pump Priming scheme will run in Michaelmas Term as normal with a deadline in mid-October 2020 and further information will follow as soon as possible. When the current restrictions are lifted we look forward to continuing to support the excellent researchers and projects across the Medical Sciences Division.

 

Please submit your application online via the Internal Research Award Management System (IRAMS).

Guidance in the form of quick reference guide (QRG) documents for applicants, departmental approvers and administrators can be found on Research Support pages.

Note that some departments may have set an earlier internal deadline so please check with your local admin team and prepare your application well in advance of the date advertised above. Applications must be reviewed online for eligibility and departmental support by departmental approvers and, where approved, submitted to the Committee for review. 

Please complete the application form including a two-page summary of the research proposed under the headings in the case-for-support template provided. Please submit this as a single PDF to include all required elements.

Applications, scores and reviewer comments may be shared with other internal University panels to ensure maximum value for money.