Each year the Clinical Research Facility at UCC (CRF-C) supports numerous funding applications to a variety of Funding Schemes (including Horizon 2020, HRB Health Research Awards (HRA), HRB Training Fellowships for Healthcare Professionals (HPF), etc. The CRF-C is available to support applications to such funding award scheme as resources allow.
The CRF-C staff a have a wealth of experience in patient focused clinical research and also in supporting applications to a variety of funding award schemes. They can provide advice and assistance on:
• Research Design and Methodology
• Clinical Trial Management
• Quality and Regulatory Affairs
• Data Management
• Project management (including gantt charts)
• Project Budgets
• Infrastructure and Support
Please note that in our experience, meaningful support for applications can only be provided by the CRF-C if we are contacted regarding a submission in a timely manner.
What to do now?
If you are interested in applying for funding (such as Horizon 2020, HRB Health Research Awards (HRA), HRB Training Fellowships for Healthcare Professionals (HPF), etc) and you would like the Clinical Research Facility to support your application, please contact Professor Joe Eustace or Damian O’Driscoll.
Each year the Clinical Research Facility at UCC supports numerous funding applications to a variety of funding schemes. A selection of funding agencies who fund patient focused research is given below.
Further information on opportunities for funding can be found at the website of University College Cork Research Support Services.
National Funding Agencies
Health Research Board
Science Federation Ireland
Irish Cancer Society
International Funding Agencies
The following list is a sample of international funding agencies that run programmes that are open to Irish researchers doing Patient Focused Research.
Horizon 2020 - The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation
National Institute Of Health (USA)