EME researcher-led funding opportunities
The EME Programme's researcher-led workstream is an ongoing research funding opportunity funded by the Medical Research Council. You are welcome to submit a preliminary application at any time, however there will be three cut-off dates each year.
There will be a webinar to support applications to this funding opportunity; date to be confirmed. To register your interest in attending a webinar, please sign-up using our webinar registration form. You will be contacted with the date in due course.
|Reference||Deadline||Research brief||Guidance notes||Apply|
|15/48 Researcher-led||1 July 2015, by 1pm||Access the research brief (pdf, 122.01 KB)||Access the guidance notes (pdf, 279.65 KB)||Apply|
- Application process
- Tips for success in applying (pdf, 178.33 KB)
- Watch the video on tips for success in applying to EME
- Trial Steering Commitee (TSC) and Data Monitoring and Ethics Committee (DMEC) guidelines (pdf, 180.55 KB)
- Resources for researchers
- Word version of the Outline Standard Application Form (doc, 320 KB)*
- Word version of the Full Standard Application Form (doc, 499 KB)
- Fast-track scheme
*Please note: These documents are to be used as a guide only, for example to see how many characters are accepted in each section and how the printed form will look. Please do not try to use this as an application form, you must apply using the online form through the links available when calls are open. You should also refer to the application form guidance notes which can be found next to the ‘Apply Now’ button.
Who can apply?
If you are the lead applicant, you must be based in the UK. Co-applicants may be based outside the UK, and if necessary research can be conducted overseas. The rationale for this should be clearly set out in the application and each case will be judged on its merits. Please note that Research Councils UK eligibility rules apply to the EME Programme. Further information on this requirement is available from the Research Councils UK’s eligibility webpages.
There are two routes available to apply through - the standard two stage application process (outline to full) and the fast-track scheme.
Outline applications will only be accepted using the web-based submission form, available above.
You may only submit a full proposal by invitation from the EME Board, after an outline application has been considered, or when the EME Programme has agreed that you can submit an application through the fast-track scheme. If you are shortlisted at the outline application stage, you will be given information on how to submit your full proposal. If you have been invited to submit a full proposal or wish to apply through the fast-track scheme and require further guidance, please email the EME Programme.