Scholarships & funding opportunities

Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity PhD Studentship

Through funding from Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, the GCHC Research Fund invites applications for a 3 year PhD studentship in research that benefits children’s health. The charity is approved as an eligible funder by CSO in Scotland and NIHR in England.

The phrase ‘children’s health’ has been used in its broadest sense to include the health and well-being of the foetus, neonate, infant, child, adolescent as well as the long-term outcome of a person with a condition originating in childhood.

  • Number of scholarships 1
  • Value Maximum value £70,000
  • Opens 25 November 2019
  • Deadline 5 February 2020
  • Help with Tuition fees, Living costs, Equipment and study costs
  • Duration 3 years

Eligibility

The Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity PhD Studentship is open to any graduate wishing to undertake a PhD. Applicants can be based in any academic or healthcare institute, and applications are welcome from all disciplines. 

Applicants who currently hold a GCHC research fund grant as PI or Main supervisor can apply as a co-supervisor only.

 

Full details on eligibility and the updated application forms are available on the GCHC Research Fund website or please contact the GCHC Research Fund coordinator Jillian Bryce (Jillian.Bryce@glasgow.ac.uk).

Further Information

GCHC PhD Studentship of three year’s duration for an early career graduate in the fields of health, social, biological, nursing and midwifery to undertake a supervised research project in children’s health. Part-time PhDs are eligible subject to specific conditions. Maximum value £70,000. Up to one award per year.

Full details on eligibility and the updated application forms are available on the GCHC Research Fund website or please contact the GCHC Research Fund coordinator Jillian Bryce (Jillian.Bryce@glasgow.ac.uk).

How to apply

Full details on eligibility and the updated application forms are available on the GCHC Research Fund website or please contact the GCHC Research Fund coordinator Jillian Bryce (Jillian.Bryce@glasgow.ac.uk).

Only applications submitted by a recognised Higher Education Research Institute and/or Medical Institution will be considered.

For all grants, the project must demonstrate benefit to healthcare of children and newborns.

https://www.glasgowchildrenshospitalcharity.org/apply-for-research-funding

 

Proposals should be submitted electronically to the info@officeforrareconditions.org by the deadline.

 

 

Deadline: midday on Wednesday 5th February 2020