The University of Manchester/Johnson & Johnson Funding Call
06 Feb 2012
The University of Manchester and Johnson & Johnson Inc’s Co-Managed Research Fund was created to enable early-stage development of novel research ideas with the potential for translation into new healthcare applications and generating intellectual property. A new round of funding is now available.
The fund is looking to provide four grants, each of up to £65,000, to enable University researchers to undertake one-year pilot projects on novel research to demonstrate proof-of-principle.
Of particular interest to the Fund are projects with opportunities in the following areas:
- Neuroscience (Alzheimer's, Psychiatry, Pain)
- Cancer (lung, prostate, hematologic malignancies)
- Topical skin care (anti-aging, sun protection)
- Medical devices including orthopedics
- Sleep disorders
University researchers wishing to apply should submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) no later than Thursday 1 March 2012 via the webform at: