Joint Research Office


Precision AMR seed project funding call open

3 August 2020

Researchers can now apply for seed funding from the initiative Precision AMR (Anti-Microbial Resistance).

The joint UCL, UCLH and Great Ormond Street Hospital initiative to improve tests for AMR and develop ways to rapidly interpret test results is offering 20 seed awards of up to £16,000  to support work across AMR research, for example in microbiology, fungal and behavioural work as well as data science. 

Further information about the award and how to apply are on the calls page on the Precision AMR website. 

Saadia Rahman (saadia.rahman@ucl.ac.uk), Precision AMR project manager, is available to answer questions about the funding call.