UK Prevention Research Partnership Scheme

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UK Prevention Research Partnership Scheme

The UK Prevention Research Partnership (UKPRP) will fund large interdisciplinary research collaborations and networks to support research on the primary prevention of non-communicable diseases in the UK. 

The UKPRP is a partnership of research councils, UK health departments and charities, including Wellcome. It is administered by the Medical Research Council (MRC).


Scheme at a glance

Where your host organisation is based:

  • UK

Level of funding:

£4 million to £7 million for a consortium; up to £400,000 for a network

Duration of funding:

5 years for a consortium; up to 4 years for a network



Eligibility and suitability

Who can apply

You can apply if you’re a UK-based researcher working for:

  • a higher education institution
  • a research council institute
  • an independent research organisation.

You can include researchers from overseas organisations in your proposal if they bring key expertise to the research.

To be eligible, your proposal must include working with:

  • researchers across different disciplines
  • research users, such as local and national government, non-governmental organisations and industry partners (where appropriate).

You can find more about eligibility criteria on the UKPRP website .


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What we offer

The UKPRP scheme has two awards:

Consortium Award

This award offers up to £7 million to interdisciplinary collaborations to do complex systems research. 

Network Award

This award offers £100,000 a year for up to four years to create new interdisciplinary networks to scope research opportunities across different academic disciplines and non-academic partners. 



How to apply

There is a two-stage application process for both awards.

More information about how to apply will be available on the UKPRP website from 24 September 2019.

We'll be holding an information and networking event about this scheme in London on 24 September 2019 – this event is now full.


Dates


  • Information and networking event

    24 September 2019


  • Outline proposal deadline

    14 November 2019


  • Shortlisting

    Date to be confirmed


  • Full application deadline

    Date to be confirmed


  • Interviews

    Date to be confirmed



Funding partners

Key dates


  • Information and networking event

    24 September 2019


  • Outline proposal deadline

    14 November 2019


  • Shortlisting

    Date to be confirmed


  • Full application deadline

    Date to be confirmed


  • Interviews

    Date to be confirmed


Contact us

If you have a question, contact: 

  • UKPRP@headoffice.mrc.ac.uk


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