Mental Health Research UK - PhD Competition 2022 is now closed
Mental Health Research UK (incorporating the Schizophrenia Research Fund) is pleased to announce a competition for two PhD Scholarships beginning September 2022.
Mental Health Research UK makes research awards focusing on research into the causes of, or cures for mental illnesses by advertising opportunities in Research, on its website, and through its email list. Please note that the charity does not accept any requests for funding from individuals.
1. The John Grace QC Scholarship 2022 - New approaches to treating schizophrenia.
2. The impact of COVID-19 on understanding mental health, race and intersectionality
We invite applications from UK Universities for these Scholarships. Deadline for applications is 14th May 2021
The full information about how to apply, please read the guidelines and complete the relevant form.
Although only registered with the Charity Commission in 2008, Mental Health Research UK has already made twenty research awards; the first jointly funded by the University of Nottingham.
For any queries on the application process, please check our FAQ's if you cannot find an answer, please contact email@example.com
For each individual Scholarship we can accept only one application per University. Each University can apply for both Scholarships if they wish.
Mental Health Research UK is a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) non-commercial Partner. This means the studies that we fund may be eligible to access the NIHR Study Support Service which is provided by the NIHR Clinical Research Network.
The NIHR Clinical Research Network supports researchers and the life sciences industry to plan, setup and deliver high quality research to agreed timescales and study recruitment targets, for the benefit of patients and the NHS. This includes relevant research in public health and social care in England.
In partnership with your local R&D office, we encourage you to involve your local Clinical Research Network team in discussions as early as possible when planning your study. This will allow you to fully benefit from the support available through the NIHR Study Support Service. To find out more about how you can apply for this additional support to help deliver your study, please visit www.nihr.ac.uk/study-support-service.