In response to our second BSN membership survey on the impacts of COVID-19 on your research, we have launched a second exceptional grant scheme aimed at helping to safeguard the future of neuroendocrine research and reopened our project support grant aimed at enabling postdoctoral scientists or students to carry out the best possible neuroendocrine research project.
Applications must be made through the BSN membership portal, you will need to log-in and then navigate to Me and the BSN > Grants.
|Scheme||Purpose||Eligibility||Max Amount||Deadline Dates||Rules and Application Form|
Undergraduate Student Laboratory Experience Grant
|To provide some financial support for a student who undertakes a vacation lab project||
The host supervisor should apply on behalf of the student that they consider to be suitable for a project in their lab. The host supervisor must have been a member of the BSN for at least 6 months.
Students can be of any nationality.
Undergraduate students or students immediately after graduation or prior to starting MSc or PhD studies are eligible
|£2,440||1 April||Follow this link for more information and to apply|
Project Support Grant
|To provide support for consumables/other research costs to enable postdoctoral scientists or students to carry out the best possible neuroendocrine research project||Postdoctoral researchers and students who are full members and have been members of the BSN for at least 6 months||£7,000||1 October||Follow this link for more information and to apply|
|Academic Support Fund||To support new academic staff with research funding /or established staff with no current research funding||
Tenured academic staff.
New academic staff within 10 years of obtaining their PhD, who have less than £100K in funding.
Or established staff with no current research funding.
Full member of the BSN for at least 6 months
|£10,000||1 May||Follow this link for more information and to apply|
|Outreach and Public Engagement Grant||To organise public engagement activities||
Member of the BSN for at least 6 months.
Or a non-member public engagment professional.
Non-member public engagement professionals must contact the Society before submitting an application.
Non-member public engagement profeesionals must be partnered with a Society member who will assist the developement and/or delivery of the activity
|£500||Applications are welcome all year round||Follow this link for more information and to apply|
|Research Visit Grant||Currently Suspended|
|Early Career Researcher Travel Grant||Currently Suspended|
|International Conference Travel Grant||Currently Suspended|