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Cambridge Infectious Diseases

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

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Cambridge Infectious Diseases provides a knowledge exchange platform to connect with network members through different types of collaborative joint ventures. These include (but are not limited to):

Consultation/Cross-Cambridge Funding bids- we provide as-needed interaction/administrative support on a specific grant application,  help identify potential collaborators from other disciplines to form consortia, assist with developing Pathways to impact statements, and provide letters of support.

Convening - we create opportunities for and facilitate connections among network members, from small focus group meetings to larger scale conferences, laying the groundwork for quick responses to funding calls.


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Current Open Calls

A selected list of key, relevant research grants, fellowships, travel and grant networking awards.




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Search by Funding Type

Looking for a travel grant, specific research project funding, fellowships/salaries ? Recurring funding opportunities listed by funding type.



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University Funding

A guide to internal funding available,  restricted calls, impact funding and links to helpful University resources.





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CID Research Incubator Fund

This small grants fund open to University of Cambridge Early Career Researchers is designed to foster innovative interdisciplinary research in infectious diseases. 



Research Professional

Research Professional provides comprehensive live information on funding opportunities. It is free to anyone with a address. If you access the site from within the University, you will be logged in automatically –'University of Cambridge' will appear at the top right of your screen and you can start searching.


Help with planning your REF impact

The University's 'Pathways to Impact' tool provides a step-by-step guide to planning research impact activity, with links to many useful resources:

Pathways to Impact Tool

The University's Public Policy Initiative has created this useful 'how to' guide for researchers:

How To Evidence and Record Policy Impact

A valuable external site to read more about recording meaningful impact is  Fast Track Impact