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AMR PhD studentship applications now open

January 2018

Applications are now open for PhD studentships in the first national PhD training programme in Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) research. This […]

Funding the future of antibiotics research

November 2017

  Antibiotics that no longer treat infection are a real and ever-growing threat to human health worldwide. Now that the […]

Warning: suspicious email

November 2017

We have been made aware that emails, falsely claiming to be from the Medical Research Foundation, are again being sent […]

Call for applicants to £200,000 lupus Emerging Leaders Prize

October 2017

  October is Lupus Awareness and the Medical Research Foundation is looking for lupus researchers to share in a £200,000 […]

£2.85m for first National PhD Training Programme to tackle antimicrobial resistance

September 2017

  The Medical Research Foundation is investing £2.85m to create the only national PhD Training Programme that will train new […]

Medical Research Foundation is funding vital research into eating disorders

August 2017

As part of a continued commitment to funding research into child and young adult mental health, the Medical Research Foundation […]

Meet our new trustee

July 2017

We are delighted to welcome Cyrus Cooper to the Medical Research Foundation’s Board of Trustees. Cyrus is Professor of Rheumatology […]

Re-Launch of the Peter Horlock Travel bursary

July 2017

The Medical Research Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the Peter Horlock Travel bursary scheme in association with […]

Six new awards for research on eating disorders and self-harm

March 2017

As part of a continued commitment to funding research into child and young adult mental health, the Medical Research Foundation (MRF) and […]

Child and young adult mental health – the underpinning aetiology of self-harm and eating disorders

September 2016

  £2million funding for self harm and eating disorders. We are looking for new research to understand the underlying biology […]