#FundingThursdays - Research funding opportunities every other Thursday!

#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! Post a comment below with any resources you’ve come across to help your fellow community members :slight_smile:

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UK Funding

ESRC Research Grant

Funding type: Grant

Award range: £350,000 - £1,000,000

Closing date: Open - no closing date

Who Can Apply?

You can apply for funding if you are an established member of an approved research organisation, or you have an agreement with a recognised research organisation to work there and have access to appropriate research facilities for the duration of the grant.

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ESRC funds research within the social sciences, including, but not limited to:

  • economics
  • linguistics
  • psychology
  • social policy
  • sociology

Your proposal can cover anything from a standard research project through to a large-scale survey, research methodology or infrastructure development (such as the compilation, classification and cataloguing of data).

Early-Career Conference Bursary Scheme

Funding type: Bursary

Award range: £250 - £500

Closing date: April 1st 2021

Who Can Apply?

Conference bursaries are available to support early-career psychologists (a person who is within eight years of completion of their doctoral degree or practitioner doctorate in psychology).

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Conference bursaries are available to support early-career psychologists in the UK to attend (physically or virtually) any academic conference, either in the UK or internationally, relevant to the applicants work.

Each bursary consists of up to £250 (UK) or £500 (international) to contribute towards the costs of registration and travel (if applicable) to attend the full conference.

US Funding

F. J. McGuigan Dissertation Award

Funding type: Dissertation Award

Award amount: $2,000

Closing date: June 1, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Researchers who have completed doctoral candidacy, including dissertation approval by doctoral committee.

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APF is seeking applications for the F. J. McGuigan Dissertation Award, which supports dissertation research that addresses any aspect of mental function (e.g., cognition, affect, motivation) and seeks to understand the mind from both a behavioral and neural perspective.

Proposed research should be compatible with McGuigan’s overall goals and may fall within any area of contemporary behavioral or brain science (including more recent forms of cognitive psychology).

F.J. McGuigan Early Career Investigator Research Grant on Understanding the Human Mind

Funding type: Grant

Award amount: $15,000

Closing date: March 1, 2022

Who Can Apply?

  • Be a psychologist or in a related field with a doctoral degree from an accredited university.
  • Be no more than 10 years postdoctoral.

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The F.J. McGuigan Early Career Investigator Research Grant is given biennially to recognize and support the efforts of an early career psychological scientist who is pursuing research that aims to address any aspect of mental function (e.g., cognition, affect, motivation) and seeks to understand the mind from both a behavioral and neural perspective.

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#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! Post a comment below with any resources you’ve come across to help your fellow community members :slight_smile:

If you want this series to continue, click the like button or leave a comment! :heart:

And let me know if you’d like to see EU-orientated funding too!

UK Funding :uk:

Transformations: social and cultural dynamics in the digital age

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to €750,000 (funded at 80% full economic cost).

Closing date: 7 May 2021 13:00 UK time

Who Can Apply?

The UK component of proposals may only be submitted by research organisations eligible to apply to UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). This includes:

  • Higher education institutions that are directly funded or research by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, DEL, Higher Education Funding Council for Wales and Scottish Funding Council
  • Independent research organisations that have received recognition to apply to the research councils
  • Research council institutes.

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Apply for funding to understand how digital innovations affect social and cultural changes and are influenced by society and culture. Proposals must demonstrate a strong European dimension.

MRC neurosciences and mental health programme

Funding type: Grant

Award range: £1 million or more, funding up to 80% of your project’s full economic cost.

Closing date: 29 September 2021 16:00 UK time

Who Can Apply?

Any UK-based researcher with an employment contract at an eligible research organisation can apply for a programme grant. You will need to show that you will direct the proposed research yourself and be actively involved in the work.

You must have:

  • A graduate degree although we expect most applicants to have a PhD or medical degree
    a substantial record of securing research funding and delivering high-quality research.

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Programme grants provide large, long-term and renewable programme funding for researchers working in the area of neurosciences and mental health research. They aim to help the medical science community to ‘think bigger’.

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Enhance the Impact and Diversification of Psychology and Law Research

Funding type: Continuing grant

Award range:

  • Small/seed proposals: $1,000-$5,000 for a 12-month research period
  • Large proposals: $15,000-$50,000 over a 12- to 18-month research period

Closing date: October 15, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Applicants may submit only one small and one large proposal per funding cycle. A student cannot be a sole PI on any submission but are allowed to be a co-PI on a submission. At least one of the co-PIs needs to be an AP-LS member.

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The intent of this grant initiative is to advance a more interdisciplinary science that addresses understudied topics in psychology and law, as well as to broaden the discipline and amplify its practical impact.

Proposed projects must investigate new or understudied topics in psychology and law, enhance the diversification of psychology and law research through novel theoretical or methodological approaches that are cross-disciplinary in nature, and/or promote the impact of research by considering novel populations or new problems or processes within the legal system.

Diversity in Psychology and Law Research Award

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to five mini-grants in the amount of $1,000 each will be awarded, with an option to divide two of the awards into two $500 mini-grants.

Closing date: December 15, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Students who are current student members of AP-LS may apply. Both graduate and undergraduate students are eligible, and students from underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. Underrepresented groups include but are not limited to racial and ethnic minorities, first-generation college students, LGBT individuals, and students with physical disabilities.

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The purpose of the Diversity in Psychology and Law Research Awards is to promote diversity within the American Psychology-Law Society by supporting student research on psycholegal issues related to diversity as well as research by students from underrepresented groups.

Projects are eligible for consideration for this award if (1) they investigate topics related to psychology, law, diversity and/or multiculturalism (e.g., research pertaining to psycho-legal issues on race, gender, culture, sexual orientation, etc.) or (2) if the principal investigator is a member of an underrepresented group, including racial and ethnic minorities, first-generation college students, LGBT individuals, and students with physical disabilities.

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#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! Post a comment below with any resources you’ve come across to help your fellow community members :slight_smile:

If you want this series to continue, click the like button or leave a comment! :heart:

And let me know if you’d like to see EU-orientated funding too!

UK Funding :uk:

Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grants

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Maximum grant value is £500,000.

Closing date: Open all year

Who Can Apply?

  • UK universities and other institution of higher education in the UK
  • National museums and galleries and registered charities in the UK
    which have a research capacity equivalent to that of a UK university

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For researchers based at universities, institutions of higher education or registered charities with university-equivalent research capacity, to undertake an innovative and original research project

Wellcome Early-Career Awards

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Salary and up to £400,000 for research expenses

Closing date: November 2021

Who Can Apply?

You can apply to this scheme if you are an early-career researcher and you are ready to design, plan and deliver your own innovative research project that aims to:

  • advance understanding in your field and/or develop methodologies, conceptual frameworks, tools or techniques that could benefit health-related research.

Your research can be in any discipline as long as it has the potential to improve human life, health and wellbeing, and aligns with our funding remit.

You must have sponsorship from an eligible host organisation in one of the following:

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This scheme provides funding for early-career researchers from any discipline who are ready to develop their research identity. Through innovative projects, they will deliver shifts in understanding that could improve human life, health and wellbeing. By the end of the award, they will be ready to lead their own independent research programme.

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Trans-Atlantic Platform Recovery, Renewal, and Resilience in a Post-Pandemic World

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Not listed

Closing date: Jul 12, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Open to any type of entity

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Supports international, collaborative research projects that address key gaps in our understanding of the complex societal effects of COVID-19. Specifically, research that addresses one or more of the following challenges: reducing inequalities and vulnerabilities; building a more resilient, inclusive, and sustainable society; fostering democratic governance and participation; advancing responsible and inclusive digital innovation; and/or ensuring effective and accurate communication and media.

American Rescue Plan: Humanities Organizations

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to $500,000

Closing date: May 14, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education

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The purpose of this emergency relief program is to assist institutions and organizations working in the humanities that have been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Applicants may propose new humanities projects or focus on sustaining core humanities programs and activities.

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#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! :slight_smile:

This Thursday, we’ve listed UK funding targeted at everything from engineering to public health. And for the US, we’ve got funding for understanding the complex social effects of Covid-19, and general emergency funding for humanities organizations.

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#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! Post a comment below with any resources you’ve come across to help your fellow community members :slight_smile:

If you want this series to continue, click the like button or leave a comment! :heart:

And let me know if you’d like to see EU-orientated funding too!

UK Funding :uk:

Engaging young people with climate research

Funding type: Grant

Award range: £10,000

Closing date: 16 June 2021 16:00 UK time

Who Can Apply?

  • UK residents
  • Currently working or studying at doctoral level or higher at a UK research organisation that is eligible to receive funding from UK Research and Innovation
  • Working in a relevant area of research

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Applicants are encouraged to think widely about how they might engage with the theme of ‘Mobilising young people to climate action’.

Addressing COVID-19 challenges with Japanese researchers

Funding type: Grant

Award range: £350,000 - £425,000

Closing date: 14 July 2021 09:00 UK time

Who Can Apply?

  • UK applicants must be part of a UK research organisation eligible for UKRI funding.
  • The principal investigator of the UK component must be:
    • a UK-based researcher
    • of postdoctoral level or higher.

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Whilst this opportunity is open across the entire breadth of the social sciences, arts and humanities, we are particularly interested in proposals that acknowledge the current global context in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic and aim to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic.

US Funding :us:

APF/The Trust Grant in Honor of Eric A. Harris, EdD, JD

Funding type: Grant

Award range: $5,000

Closing date: May 1, 2021

Who Can Apply?

  • Be a graduate student or early career psychologist (no more than 10 years postdoctoral).
  • Be affiliated with a nonprofit charitable, educational, or scientific institution, or governmental entity operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.
  • Have received IRB approval before funding can be awarded if human participants are involved.

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APF/The Trust Grant in Honor of Eric A. Harris, EdD, JD, will support an early career psychologist or graduate student for research or projects in the area of ethics and risk management.

F.J. McGuigan Early Career Investigator Research Grant on Understanding the Human Mind

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to $15,000

Closing date: May 14, 2021

Who Can Apply?

  • Be a psychologist or in a related field with a doctoral degree from an accredited university.
  • Be no more than 10 years postdoctoral.

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The F.J. McGuigan Early Career Investigator Research Grant is given biennially to recognize and support the efforts of an early career psychological scientist who is pursuing research that aims to address any aspect of mental function (e.g., cognition, affect, motivation) and seeks to understand the mind from both a behavioral and neural perspective

#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! Post a comment below with any resources you’ve come across to help your fellow community members :slight_smile:

If you want this series to continue, click the like button or leave a comment! :heart:

And let me know if you’d like to see EU-orientated funding too!

International Funding :earth_americas:

Prolific’s Research Grant Competition

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to £10,000 ($14,000)

Closing date : 30 June 2021 Midnight GMT

Who Can Apply?

  • This is open to absolutely everybody, at any stage of their career, in any research field, in any country.

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  • To enter, applicants must post their grant proposal on our forum, where our small, but global community of researchers will assess them and vote for the best ones. Our team will then review the five proposals with the most votes, and award the funding in accordance with our evaluation criteria.

UK Funding :uk:

ESRC New Investigator Grant

Funding type: Grant

Award range: £100,000 - £300,000

Closing date : Open - no closing date

Who Can Apply?

  • Early career researchers
  • Principal investigators
  • Established member of an approved research organisation

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We award new investigator grants to support new researchers at the start of their careers, based at research organisations eligible for UKRI funding, to become independent researchers through gaining experience of managing and leading research projects and teams.

Secondary Data Analysis Initiative

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to £300,000

Closing date: Open - no closing date

Who Can Apply?

You can apply for funding if:

  • you are an established member of an approved research organisation or have an agreement with a recognised organisation to work there and have access to appropriate research facilities for the duration of the grant
  • you wish to develop your skills in using secondary data, regardless of the stage of your career
  • you are an early career researcher who wants to gain experience as a principal investigator or co-investigator.

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This grant supports research that exploits existing data resources for social and economic research, created by the ESRC and other agencies, for comparative analysis. It also aims to develop research capacity and skills in using large and complex secondary data.

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APF/Division 39 Grant

Funding type: Grant

Award range: $6,000

Closing date: June 15, 2021

Who Can Apply?

  • Must have a demonstrated knowledge of psychoanalytic principles.
  • May be a practicing psychoanalytic therapist, but this is not a requirement.
  • Should have a long-term interest in communicating to the public the value of psychoanalytic principles and/or treatments
  • Must agree that if awarded a grant, they will give a follow-up report to the Evaluation Committee on the use and impact of the grant.

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The Div. 39 Grant supports efforts in education, research, and service that demonstrate the value of psychoanalytic principles and advance the field of psychoanalysis.

Bruce and Jane Walsh Grant in Memory of John Holland

Funding type: Grant

Award range: $17,000

Closing date: September 15, 2021

Who Can Apply?

  • Be a graduate student or early career researcher (no more than 10 years postdoctoral).
  • Be affiliated with a nonprofit charitable, educational or scientific institution, or governmental entity operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.
  • Have demonstrated competence and capacity to execute the proposed work.

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The Bruce and Jane Walsh Grant in Memory of John Holland supports scientific, scholarly or applied research and/or educational activities investigating how personality, culture and environment influence work behavior and health (mental and physical).

#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! Post a comment below with any resources you’ve come across to help your fellow community members :slight_smile:

If you want this series to continue, click the like button or leave a comment! :heart:

And let me know if you’d like to see EU-orientated funding too!

International Funding :earth_americas:

Prolific’s Research Grant Competition

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to £10,000 ($14,000)

Closing date: 30 June 2021 Midnight GMT

Who Can Apply?

  • This is open to absolutely everybody, at any stage of their career, in any research field, in any country.

More Details

  • To enter, applicants must post their grant proposal on our forum, where our small, but global community of researchers will assess them and vote for the best ones. Our team will then review the five proposals with the most votes, and award the funding in accordance with our evaluation criteria.

UK Funding :uk:

Pre-announcement: investigate changes in working lives and power in the workplace

Funding type: Grant

Award range: £535,000 - £720,000

Opening Date: 10 June 2021

Closing date: 30 September 2021 16:00 UK time

Who Can Apply?

  • Principal investigators (PI) must be based at a UK institution eligible for ESRC funding.

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As part of its Transforming Working Lives (TWL) priority, ESRC is looking to fund a programme series of innovative and novel research projects across two overarching themes:

  • managing working transitions
  • power and voice in a changing world of work.

Understanding remote approaches to qualitative health research

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to £500,000

Closing date: 17 June 2021 16:00 UK time

Who Can Apply?

The lead applicant should be based at an eligible research organisation. These include:

  • higher education institutions
  • UKRI-approved independent research organisations or NHS bodies
  • public sector research establishments
  • MRC institutes
  • MRC units and partnership institutes
  • institutes and units funded by other research councils.

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  • Qualitative research is increasingly moving from in-person to virtual, online or remote approaches. Evidence-based approaches are required to understand where and how the design of virtual, online or remote qualitative data capture methods influences data value and research quality.
  • Funding is available for methodology research that delivers generalisable learning (that is, learning directly relevant beyond a single research application or method) that improves the understanding, design and use of remote data capture within qualitative research.

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Alexander Gralnick Research Investigator Prize

Funding type: Prize

Award: $20,000

Closing date: May 1, 2022

Who Can Apply?

Nominees must:

  • Have a doctoral degree and a record of significant research productivity in the area of serious mental illness.
  • Have demonstrated research productivity in serious mental illness for a minimum of eight years.
  • Have a record of significant involvement in training and development of more junior investigators.
  • Be affiliated with an accredited college, university or other research/treatment institution.

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  • The $20,000 grant supports “exceptional individuals working in the area of serious mental illness,” including but not limited to schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and paranoia (delusional disorder).
  • The American Psychological Foundation provides financial support for innovative research and programs that enhance the power of psychology to elevate the human condition and advance human potential both now and in generations to come.

Theodore Millon Grant in Personality Psychology

Funding type: Grant

Award: $5,000

Closing date: November 1, 2021

Who Can Apply?

The society and APF encourage applications from individuals who represent diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, and sexual orientation.

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  • The APF Theodore Millon Grant in Personality Psychology will fund research to advance the science of personality psychology, including the areas of personality theory, personality disorders, and personality assessment.
  • Preference is given to work that improves the study, development, and the delivery of personality assessment, as represented by the work of Theodore Millon, PhD.
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#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! Post a comment below with any resources you’ve come across to help your fellow community members :slight_smile:

If you want this series to continue, click the like button or leave a comment! :heart:

International Funding :earth_americas:

Prolific’s Research Grant Competition

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to £10,000 ($14,000)

Closing date: 30 June 2021 Midnight GMT

Who Can Apply?

  • This is open to absolutely everybody, at any stage of their career, in any research field, in any country.

More Details

  • To enter, applicants must post their grant proposal on our forum, where our small, but global community of researchers will assess them and vote for the best ones. Our team will then review the five proposals with the most votes, and award the funding in accordance with our evaluation criteria.

UK Funding :uk:

AHRC research networking scheme

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to £30,000

Closing date: Open - no closing date

Who Can Apply?

  • You can apply if you are a principal investigator at an eligible research organisation. This is any UK higher education institution that receives grant funding from one of the UK higher education funding bodies, or a UKRI-recognised research institute or organisation.

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  • The grant aims to stimulate new debate and exchange of ideas between researchers and stakeholders on a specified thematic area or issue, by covering the costs for workshops, seminars, networking activities or other events.

AHRC standard research grant

Funding type: Grant

Award range: £50,000 - £1,000,000

Closing date: Open - no closing date

Who Can Apply?

You can apply if you are a researcher at an eligible research organisation including:

  • UK higher education institutions that receive grant funding from one of the UK higher education funding bodies
  • UKRI-recognised research institutes
  • UKRI-recognised independent research organisations.

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  • This grant supports collaborative research projects that require leadership from more than one scholar. You must include a principal investigator and at least one co-investigator jointly involved in the development and management of the project and co-authored research outputs

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The Drs. Rosalee G. and Raymond A. Weiss Research and Program Innovation Grants

Funding type: Grant

Award: $3,000

Closing date: September 15, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Applicants must:

  • Be a graduate student or early career researcher (no more than 10 years postdoctoral).
  • Be affiliated with a nonprofit charitable, educational or scientific institution, or governmental entity operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.
  • Have demonstrated competence and capacity to execute the proposed work.

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The APF Drs. Rosalee G. and Raymond A. Weiss Research and Program Innovation Grants seek to seed innovation through supporting research, education, and intervention projects and programs that use psychology to solve social problems in the following priority areas:

  • applying psychology to at-risk, vulnerable populations (e.g. serious mental illness, returning military, those who are incarcerated or economically disadvantaged)
  • preventing violence
  • understanding the connection between behavior and health (e.g. wellness, diabetes, obesity)
  • understanding and eliminating stigma and prejudice (e.g. race,
    gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, and socioeconomic status)

Marian R. Stuart Grant

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to $20,000

Closing date: July 1, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Applicants must:

  • Be an early career researcher (no more than 10 years postdoctoral).
  • Be affiliated with a nonprofit charitable, educational, or scientific institution, or governmental entity operating exclusively for
    charitable and educational purposes.
  • Have demonstrated competence and capacity to execute the proposed work.

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  • The Marian R. Stuart Grant will further the research, practice, or education of an early career psychologist on the connection between mental and physical health, particularly for work that contributes to public health.

Hello, Prolific! Do you know about any other grants similar to the one offered by Prolific where one could apply for a small amount of money (£1000-£2000) for participants’ payments? Most of the available funding I found so far is either for postdoctoral researchers or higher (I’m a PhD student), and the funding for which I could apply as a student covers only conference, travel or training fees, but not participants’ fees. Suggestions about any such “small research funds” to apply for would be super appreciated! Thanks!

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@Magdalena_Kachlicka No guarantees, but I’m creating the post for this Thursday & I can certainly have a look :slight_smile:

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Do you know about any other grants similar to the one offered by Prolific where one could apply for a small amount of money (£1000-£2000) for participants’ payments? Most of the available funding I found so far is either for postdoctoral researchers or higher (I’m a PhD student), and the funding for which I could apply as a student covers only conference, travel or training fees, but not participants’ fees. Suggestions about any such “small research funds” to apply for would be super appreciated!

Could anyone point @Magdalena_Kachlicka in the right direction? :slight_smile:

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This person compiles a list of small grants: Additional Resources — Anne Byrne

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Ok are you saying your given a grant of 1000euro or 2k euro as a grant that we should apply mr josh…pls can you kindly explain this better thanks a lot

Please mr josh kindly explain better the owl fist your giving please

Hello,
I would like to know how i can apply for some funding for our study.
We got an approval and now we want to start data collection but we are looking for additional funding because at first we planned to be collecting data at one of the central hospital but due to Covid-19 traveling restrictions, participants are not visiting the hospital as before so we will be travelling to their communities for data collection hence a need for an extra funding. We need an addition of about $600 to cover our traveling costs and for participants compansatory payments.

Please let me know on what is required of us to apply for such funding.

Thank you!

Frank Kaphesi,
Malawi.

Thank you! :slight_smile:

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Hi @Oluwatobi_emmanuel, apologies for the confusion.

Somebody is looking for a grant of that size. We’re not offering one :slight_smile:

Hey @Frank_Kaphesi, welcome to the community! :tada:

We’re currently running a competition offering £10,000, but it only funds online reseearch using Prolific.

I’m afraid that the in-person research you’re running doesn’t qualify.

#FundingThursdays :money_with_wings:

Every other Thursday, I’ll be posting scientific funding opportunities to help you fund your research! Post a comment below with any resources you’ve come across to help your fellow community members :slight_smile:

If you want this series to continue, click the like button or leave a comment! :heart:

And let me know if you’d like to see EU-orientated funding too!

International Funding :earth_americas:

Prolific’s Research Grant Competition

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to £10,000 ($14,000)

Closing date: 14th July 2021 Midnight GMT

Who Can Apply?

  • This is open to absolutely everybody, at any stage of their career, in any research field, in any country.

More Details

  • To enter, applicants must post their grant proposal on our forum, where our small, but global community of researchers will assess them and vote for the best ones.
  • Our team will then review the five proposals with the most votes, and award the funding in accordance with our evaluation criteria.

UK Funding :uk:

NERC standard and new investigator grant

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to £800,000

Closing date: 13 July 2021

Who Can Apply?

You can apply if you are a research group or individual. To be eligible as a principal investigator you must be:

  • resident in the UK
  • employed by an eligible UK research organisation (higher education
    institution, research council institute, recognised independent research organisation or public sector research establishment)
  • employed at lecturer (or equivalent) level or above.

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  • We’re looking for proposals that can support pure, applied, technology-led or policy-driven research but still address – or provide the means to address – clearly-defined scientific questions

UKRI-SBE lead agency opportunity

Funding type: Grant

Award range: £1,000,000

Closing date: Open - no closing date

Who Can Apply?

  • To apply as a principal investigator, you must meet UKRI eligibility criteria and be actively engaged in postdoctoral research and be of postdoctoral standing.

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Proposals will be accepted for collaborative research in areas where NSF/SBE and UKRI’s research remits overlap.

Collaborative research proposals may be submitted in any disciplinary or interdisciplinary area which falls within the remit of the participating organisations:

US Funding :us:

David H. and Beverly A. Barlow Grant

Funding type: Grant

Award: Up to $7,500

Closing date: September 15, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Applicants must:

  • Be a graduate student or early career researcher (no more than 10 years postdoctoral).
  • Be affiliated with nonprofit charitable, educational, and scientific
    institutions, or governmental entities operating exclusively for
    charitable and educational purposes.
  • Have a demonstrated knowledge of anxiety and anxiety research, either basic or clinical.
  • Have demonstrated competence and capacity to execute the proposed work.

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The David H. and Beverly A. Barlow Grant supports innovative basic and clinical research on anxiety and anxiety-related disorders conducted by graduate students and early career researchers.

Steven O. Walfish Grants

Funding type: Grant

Award range: Up to $2,250

Closing date: September 30, 2021

Who Can Apply?

Applicants must:

  • be a graduate student or an early career psychologist
  • submit a manuscript that has not been previously published
  • In the case of multi-authored manuscripts, the role of each co-author should be described, and the award candidate’s role must be primary.

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The Steven O. Walfish Grants supported by the Div. 42 Next Generation Fund promote and support the next generation of student and early career practitioner psychologists to expand the knowledge base in the practice of psychology.

Applicants are required to submit manuscripts on clinical, practical, or research innovations that address evolving standards, practices, and methods in psychological practice. Topics may include population‐based practice issues, procedure or technique‐based practice issues, diagnosis‐based practice issues, or service delivery models describing a practice innovation.

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