Biochemical Society

The Biochemical Society is a UK-based learned society dedicated to research and education in molecular bioscience and wider life sciences. The Society funds biochemists members worldwide with diverse funding schemes, including outreach, travel, education, and research grants.

Eric Reid Fund for Methodology (biochemistry)

The Eric Reid Fund for Methodology from the Biochemical Society was endowed by a Trust (Guildford Academic Associates) co-founded by Dr Eric Reid, an Emeritus Member of the Society. The Funds supports biochemical methodologies, with a preference for cellular or bioanalytical work. Some examples of how the Fund may be used, include: Developing and applying … Read more

Research Grant Awards (Fanconi anemia)

The Research Grant Awards from the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund (FARF) support interdisciplinary and translational research projects that have the potential to lead to therapies that treat, control, or cure Fanconi anemia (FA). Applications are open to researchers holding a PhD, MD, or equivalent degrees, at both US and international academic, nonprofit, or for-profit institutions. Applicants … Read more

Translational Research Program (primary immunodeficiency)

The Translational Research Program from the Jeffrey Modell Foundation supports innovative, translational research projects on primary immunodeficiency with the potential to lead to clinical applications. Research projects in the following areas are particularly encouraged: Novel primary immunodeficiency defects Innovative approaches to early diagnosis Novel therapeutic strategies Translational impact on patient health (i.e. how a patient … Read more

Senior Research Awards (Crohn’s & Colitis)

The Senior Research Awards from the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation provide funding for established researchers working on inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) or Crohn’s disease and/or ulcerative colitis to generate sufficient preliminary data for further competitive funding. There are no restrictions on the location of research nor any citizenship/residency requirements. The Awards provide research funding of up to … Read more

The Litwin IBD Pioneers Research Grant (inflammatory bowel disease)

The Litwin IBD Pioneers initiative from the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation provides funding for innovative clinical and translational research projects with the potential to impact the treatment of patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in the near future. The program encourages innovative research that would lead to improvements for patient outcomes, including research to test hypotheses and … Read more

2022 Pilot Award (autism research)

The 2022 Pilot Award from the Simons Foundation provides support for autism research projects that are exploratory in nature, with a novel hypothesis and the potential for great impact. Applications with research projects that link genetic or other ASD risk factors to molecular, cellular, circuit or behavioral mechanisms and have the potential to lead to novel interventions, … Read more

Venture Grants (neurodegeneration research)

The Venture Grants are funded by CurePSP to support research projects on progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and other related neurodegenerative diseases, that have the potential to lead to clinical interventions. CurePSP is particularly interested in funding projects on PSP looking into the molecular and cellular (pathological) mechanisms that may operate also in related diseases, and translational … Read more

ESID Bridge Grant (primary immunodeficiency)

The Bridge Grant funded by the European Society for Immunodeficiencies (ESID) seeks to support junior ESID members who require funding to continue their work on primary immunodeficiency, either at their current institution or at another institution. The Grant provides funding of 1500 EUR/month for a maximum of 6 months. Should the grantee receive new sources … Read more

Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS)

The Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) is a not-for-profit professional medical society for vascular surgeons based in the USA. The Society and its foundation, the SVS Foundation, support research in vascular surgery and supports the career development of its members through fellowships, travel and research grants.