Research proposals should address the interactions between the physical, psychological, social and behavioural aspects of the cancer experience for the cancer patient and care-givers.
This is an open call, but projects must seek to provide evidence to impact the cancers that are significant to the combined population of the two Charities – the North West of England and Wales.
In line with our shared strategic objectives applications which provide evidence and impact in the area of early diagnosis or multi-morbidities are encouraged.
Applications that seek to build capacity within the combined regional geography of the two Charities are also welcomed.
We strongly encourage collaborative working between research groups to support this award.
PhD studentship grants are awarded for up to three years with a maximum funding budget of up to £75,000
All applications will undergo rigorous external peer and scientific review.
Closing time and date 5pm, Monday 22nd June 2020.
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