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Wellcome Trust: Mental Health Award: looking backwards, moving forward – understanding how interventions for anxiety, depression, and psychosis work
DEADLINE: 24 MAY 2022
As part of its new strategic focus on mental health as a key global health challenge, Welcome aims to develop new and improved early interventions for anxiety, depression and psychosis, in ways that reflect the priorities and needs of people experiencing these conditions. This work involves increasing scientific understanding of how brain, body and environment interact in the development and resolution of these problems.
DEADLINE: 28 JUL 2022
MRC and FCDO are looking for research projects that will develop practical solutions to global health challenges and inequities. The aim is to fund a portfolio of high-quality global research which will be diverse, promote multidisciplinarity and strengthen global health research capacity.
DEADLINE: 21 JUL 2022
This scheme provides funding for mid-career researchers from any discipline who have the potential to be international research leaders. They will develop their research capabilities, drive innovative programmes of work and deliver significant shifts in understanding that could improve human life, health and wellbeing.
DEADLINE: 7 JUN 2022
This funding call is seeking applications for research to accelerate delivery of new and improved knowledge, data and tools and capacity focused on tackling real-world barriers to adapting to climate change and managing risks from natural hazards in particular for the poor and vulnerable across Africa and Asia Pacific.
DEADLINE: 5 JUN 2022
The Wellcome Data Prize in mental health will support collaborative approaches to research into anxiety and depression in young people. Teams in the UK and South Africa will explore existing data to find new insights and build digital tools that enable future research.
GACD: a life course approach to reducing and preventing common non-communicable disease (NCD) risk factors
DEADLINE: 31 MAY 2022
The call aims to fund implementation research that investigates how evidence-based interventions, including those focused on behavioural change, or those that increase the health-promoting potential of environments, can be adapted and embedded into new, resource-limited contexts.
DEADLINE: 18 MAY 2022
Apply for funding to develop new ways to engage the public with environmental science. This opportunity aims to support public engagement with environmental science research. Main applicants do not have to meet standard UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) eligibility conditions.
On April 27 2022, members of UKCDR’s COVID CIRCLE Researcher Community (CCRC) came together with UK funders to discuss the impact of social sciences research on the COVID-19 pandemic response. The webinar was chaired by Dr Nina Gobat, lead of the WHO COVID-19 Social Science Technical Working Group.
The final blog of our blog series.