National Institute of Health Research

EME commissioned funding opportunities

The EME commissioned workstream has three rounds, with up to nine separate call topics per year.

For a list of anticipated call topics for the next year, please see proposed research areas for EME commissioned calls.

Applying for funding?

View the slides of our previous webinars. More webinar dates will be announced soon.

 

The following commissioning briefs are open for applications: 

Topic
Deadline
Commissioning brief
Guidance notes
Apply
16/33 - Mechanisms of action of health interventions
5 July 2016, by 1pm
Access commissioning brief (pdf, 172.61 KB) Link open in a new windowAccess guidance notes (pdf, 703.83 KB) Link open in a new windowApply
16/35 - Foetal and maternal health outcomes in chronic disease
5 July 2016, by 1pm
Access commissioning brief (pdf, 172.67 KB) Link open in a new window
Access guidance notes (pdf, 594.46 KB) Link open in a new window
Apply
16/36 - Immunotherapy for type 1 diabetes
5 July 2016, by 1pm
Access commissioning brief (pdf, 171.84 KB) Link open in a new window
Access guidance notes (pdf, 594.46 KB) Link open in a new window
Apply
16/43 - Clinical efficacy of novel biosensing technologies
5 July 2016, by 1pm
Access commissioning brief (pdf, 175.21 KB) Link open in a new window
Access guidance notes (pdf, 594.46 KB) Link open in a new window
Apply
16/44 - Non-invasive transcranial stimulation5 July 2016, by 1pm
Access commissioning brief (pdf, 173 KB) Link open in a new windowAccess guidance notes (pdf, 594.46 KB) Link open in a new window

Apply

16/61 - Evaluation of new surgical procedures through the use of novel study designs1 November 2016, by 1pmAccess commissioning brief (pdf, 261.04 KB) Link open in a new windowAccess guidance notes (pdf, 594.46 KB) Link open in a new window  Apply

 

Information to support your application

Watch the following video for tips on making a successful application.


Along with the guidance notes and commissioning brief provided above we would advise you to read the programme remit before applying. Other information useful in producing your application can be found in our resources for researchers section or through our FAQs 

Further information:

If you have further questions then please contact us, we are happy to discuss any application you are considering.

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