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BMA Foundation – grant categories 2022

All the BMA Foundation grants have National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) partnership status.

See all our categories and get more details of the 2022 grants on offer. Online applications for the 2022 grant round are now closed.

  • Dawkins & Strutt grant for research into eye health

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into eye health.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK. Projects must relate to the UK only.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Dawkins and Strutt grant are available here.

  • Doris Hillier grant for research into rheumatism and arthritis

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into rheumatism and arthritis.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners and a member of the BMA.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Doris Hillier grant are available here.

  • H C Roscoe grant for research into viral diseases of the respiratory system

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To promote research into the elimination of the common cold and/or other viral diseases of the human respiratory system.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the H C Roscoe grant are available here.

  • Helen H Lawson grant for research into end of life decision making during the COVID-19 pandemic

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To promote research into end of life decision making during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners and a member of the BMA.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Helen H Lawson grant are available here.

  • J Moulton grant to assist research into long-COVID

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into long-COVID.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK. Projects must relate to the UK only.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the J Moulton grant are available here.

  • J Moulton grant to assist research into stroke

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into stroke.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK. Projects must relate to the UK only.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the J Moulton (stroke) grant are available here.

  • The James Trust grant for research into asthma

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into asthma.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners and a member of the BMA.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the James Trust grant are available here.

  • Josephine Lansdell grant for research into heart disease

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research in the field of heart disease.

    Applicants must be registered medical practitioners in the UK and a member of the BMA.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Josephine Lansdell grant are available here.

  • Kathleen Harper grant for research into COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists in the UK.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Kathleen Harper grant are available here.

  • Margaret Temple grant for research into schizophrenia

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into schizophrenia.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK. Projects must relate to the UK only.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Margaret Temple grant are available here.

  • Philip Baker grant for research into Ménière’s disease

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into Ménière’s disease.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK. Projects must relate to the UK only.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Philip Baker grant are available here.

  • Scholarship grant to promote research into the mental health of medical students

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To promote research into the mental health of medical students.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical practitioners or research scientists working in the UK. Projects must relate to the UK only.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Scholarship grant are available here.

  • Vera Down grant for research into neurological disorders

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into neurological disorders.

    Applicants must be registered medical practitioners in the UK and a member of the BMA.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Vera Down grant are available here.

  • Wesleyan Grant to assist research into the impact of the pandemic on the mental health and wellbeing of practising UK healthcare professionals, and potential impact on future healthcare

    Grant amount: £65,000

    To assist research into the impact of the pandemic on the mental health and wellbeing of practising UK healthcare professionals, and potential impact on future healthcare.

    Applicants must be UK-registered medical
    practitioners or research scientists working in the UK. Projects must relate to the UK only.

    The 2022 terms and conditions for the Wesleyan grant are available here.

  • BMA Foundation

    For more information, please get in touch:

    Corporate and member development, British Medical Association, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP

    Tel: 0207 383 6341

    Email the team: researchgrants@bma.org.uk