Grant Application: Frequently Asked Questions

Grant Application: Frequently Asked Questions

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Grant Application: Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions about our current grants call.

If you have any other queries that are not answered below or in the guidance documents please get in touch via email to grants@animalfreeresearchuk.org.

When will the next call for grants be announced?

All our calls for grants are announced on our website and via social media. Follow us on Twitter and Linkedin to stay up to date with our latest grant calls.

Can I submit more than one application?

Yes – you can write and submit as many applications as you would like to, but please note that all applications will be assessed independently. Therefore, if multiple applications are interlinked then it will be detrimental to all the linked applications as we would not take into consideration the linked applications when assessing them.

Can I apply if I have previously worked with or currently work with animals or animal tissues?

Yes – but the project cannot in any way use animals, animal tissues or animal derived biomaterials and the person that will be employed to work on the project cannot in any way be involved with any animal-based work whilst working on the project.

Who does the statement “…and anyone who is by any means supported by Animal Free Research UK must not be involved in any way in such research or activities.” apply to?

This statement applies to the person(s) that will be employed to work on any projects which are funded by Animal Free Research UK and not the Grant Holder (applicant) or any collaborators.

Can I apply for funding for myself to do the work?

For the Pilot Study grant call – yes – the consumables allocation can be used by yourself directly, but no personal support (salary) can be claimed.

For the Summer Student Programme – no- you cannot apply for funding for yourself to do the work. You would be the grant holder and would need to find a student to undertake the project.

Do I need to be tenured or have a permanent contract to apply for funding?

For the Pilot Study grant call – yes – the primary applicant is expected to have tenure or an open-ended permanent contract/position.

For the Summer Student Programme – no – PhD students, Postdocs, Research Assistants, Technicians or Lab managers are also eligible to be the grant holder for the Summer project.

 

 

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