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Our policies and grant conditions

Applicants and institutes must confirm at the point of application that they have read and accept these conditions and that, if granted, the work will be accommodated and administered in accordance with them.

Please note that we reserve the right to amend the grant conditions from time to time. We will publish any changes on this web page and will notify grant holders and administering institutions in writing.

Standard grant conditions

Grant conditions, together with our grant award letter, template revenue share agreement and the funding policies, set out the terms and conditions on which the grant is made by us to the host institution and grantholder.

Grant conditions (PDF, 215KB)

Superseded grant conditions for grants awarded 2014-2020

Grant conditions (Word, 58KB)

Type 1 Diabetes Grand Challenge grant conditions

Steve Morgan Foundation Grand Challenges Partnership Grant conditions (including intellectual property conditions) (PDF, 245KB)

All other grant policies 

These polices apply to all grants.

Revenue Sharing Agreement (PDF, 213KB)

Commercial Collaborations Policy (PDF, 76KB)

Open Access Policy (PDF, 68KB)

Policy on research involving humans (PDF, 228KB)

Policy on use of animals in research (PDF, 347KB)

 

The MESSAGE Initiative: Integrating sex and gender considerations in UK biomedical, health and care research

Sex and gender influence the medical conditions people develop, the symptoms they experience, the treatments and quality of care they receive, and their overall outcomes.

Studying and understanding sex and gender differences and similarities is essential for ensuring the safety and effectiveness of medicines and care, to improve the health of all people in the UK. We are collaborating with the MESSAGE (Medical Science Sex and Gender Equity) initiative to help co-design a sex and gender policy and guidance for researchers about how to consider sex and gender in research.

Change in the culture in this space, will ensure the UK cements its position as a world leader in rigorous, sustainable science and provides the most effective evidence to improve outcomes for patients and society. We are committed to providing our research community with the guidance, skills and tools to ensure that future research meets the needs of all people, no matter their sex or gender.

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