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Cambridge Infectious Diseases

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at The University of Cambridge

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last modified Aug 25, 2017 12:18 PM

Funding for Infectious Diseases Research

Cambridge Infectious Diseases IRC can offer assistance in arranging meetings to support consortia and in assisting with administratve tasks associated with the coordination of writing large, cross-departmental, interdisciplinary funding proposals. Please get in touch to discuss funding opportunities, for help with bids, or in finding new collaborators and establishing partnerships.

Our open funding calls /RCUK-Major and Other pages provides lists and links to currrent selected/key opportunities updated weekly.

For a ive view of what is coming out, you can view the Research Professional Live stream search below. When you are on campus, the link will not be blank and will show all current grant funding opportunities identified using a broad suite of keywords.


The Cambridge University Development and Alumni Relations Office (CUDAR) are involved in fundraising for major gifts for academic priorities across the University. If you feel your project may be suitable, you should discuss your Head of Department in the first instance about whether CUDAR could be of assistance.

Key Links

Pathways to Policy Impact

The Centre for Science and Policy is now offering support in writing the ‘Pathways to Impact’ section of grant proposals, helping you explore the policy implications of your research and connecting you to policy makers to increase the impact of your work.

CSaP can use its thriving network of Policy Fellows and established ways of bringing together policy makers and academics to help your research achieve policy impact. For more information please visit CSaP’s website at

Research Professional -  Live Feed

A broad array of keyword have been used to search for and  show most infectious diseases oppourtunities as and when they are announced.

Please note the grant call summaries and links will only be visible when you are connected online on campus.