The Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity Research Fund
The Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity Research Fund, launched in 2014, is a conduit for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity to support high quality research with the ultimate aim of improving children’s health.
This includes the health and well-being of the fetus, neonate, infant, child, adolescent, as well as the long-term outcome of a person with a condition originating in childhood.
Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity has made significant contributions to the support of students and young researchers in Glasgow for several years. In particular, the funding of research projects, PhD studentships, clinical research training fellowships and summer student bursaries has enabled a number of students and young researchers to undertake clinical and scientific projects, and in many cases has been the start of academic careers.
Find out more about the scheme below, or apply for support.
St Andrew’s Society/GCHC Visiting Fellowship - ad hoc submission
St Andrew’s Society PhD studentship - 26th January 2018
Undergraduate Summer Scholarships - 26th January 2018
Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity is accredited by the Association of Medical Research Charities. The charity has Eligible Funder status for NHS support. For details of our membership of AMRC please visit the website.
Eligible Funder Status
Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity is approved as an eligible funder in Scotland (CSO) and England (NIHR). Certain projects can request NHS support costs.