We welcome proposals that are hypothesis driven, innovative, involve high quality scientific methodologies and are supported by robust preliminary data.
The award will be made on a fully competitive and peer reviewed basis.
Applications will be assessed according to scientific merit, the likelihood of a conclusive outcome, potential impact, quality of supporting evidence and value for money. The project should also include high quality training and development opportunities for the PhD student.
Each year Glaucoma UK provide a range of research funding opportunities. Earlier in the year we announced up to £100,000 is available for a PhD Studentship to start in 2021. There is only one month to go before the closing date for applications, 30 October 2020. We welcome proposals that are hypothesis driven, innovative, involve […]
Glaucoma Awareness Week is an annual event where we encourage people in the UK to talk about glaucoma. Did you know that an estimated 700,000 people in the UK have glaucoma, but half of them don’t even know it? Our goal is to prevent vision loss caused by glaucoma, and it all starts with spreading […]Read More