Large Research Grant programme

Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, there is up to £125,000 available to spend on a research project (or projects) that best meet our agreed research priorities. This is the largest grant funding round ever announced by the BTA.

Who is eligible to apply for these grants?

Our Large Research Grant programme will be open to researchers based worldwide, in recognition of the collaborative and international nature of tinnitus research.

Our research priorities

From our work developing the Tinnitus Cure Map, we have been able to identify potential research areas and gaps. From this learning, we have determined the following research priorities:

  • Identification of tinnitus biomarker(s)
  • Development of reliable objective measure(s) of tinnitus
  • A better understanding of animal models of tinnitus and their relevance to human tinnitus research
  • Recognition that tinnitus is a heterogeneous condition and development of strategies to manage that heterogeneity in a research environment
  • Identification of sub-types of tinnitus.

How to apply

Please submit the below documentation to Gavin Bateman 

  • Application form APPLICATION FORM
  • Single-sided CV for each of the applicants, including a list of the top five publications relevant to your application
  • Additional supporting documents as outlined on the application form

Please read the terms and conditions tERMS AND CONDITIONS prior to completing the application.

The closing date is 31 March 2020.

What happens next?

All proposals will be peer reviewed by a panel of three specialist reviewers. The peer reviewers will be identified by the BTA’s Research sub-committee but you may suggest suitable candidates on your application.

The Trustees will meet on 25 April 2020 to take into consideration feedback from the peer review and lay review processes and will make a decision about which proposals will be supported.

The successful proposals will be announced during May 2020

 

*Any Professional Advisers’ Committee member with a link to an application in the round will be excluded from the review process

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