Research and Innovation Development Office
9 February 2017
The Stroke Association has created a Priority Awards Programme opportunity to fund research projects into haemorrhagic stroke. Up to £450,000 is available for projects lasting between three and five years.
Approximately 15% of strokes can be categorised as haemorrhagic, but knowledge of this phenomenon, and of effective treatments, are comparatively low. Knowledge of the more common ischaemic stroke, by comparison, is much more complete. In order to solve these problems, the Stroke Association have determined that projects must address one or more of the following:
Database usage is particularly highlighted in the call document for this Programme, with an emphasis on using appropriate existing data. Building on, or merging, existing databases is also considered favourably. Additionally, the Stroke Association would especially favour projects that are:
Expressions of Interest are compulsory to be invited to submit a full proposal. EoI Forms must be submitted before 5pm, 1 March 2017. Invited applicants will be notified by 1 June 2017, and will be sent the full application form.