FEATURES Awards 2017 – Small grant funding to help you start Stopping Sepsis Now

(Fiona Elizabeth Agnew Trust – Understanding, Research and Education about Sepsis Awards)

FEAT are delighted to once again open applications for 2017. Full terms and conditions and an online application form are available at the bottom of the page.

The FEATURES Awards are non-recurring awards for health professionals and scientists engaged in: sepsis research (laboratory or clinical), clinical management of sepsis, sepsis education, or the public understanding of clinical risk from sepsis, including antimicrobial resistance.

The Fiona Elizabeth Agnew Fellowship, worth £5,000, plus a separate headline award of £5,000 are both available for laboratory or clinical researchers undertaking a defined piece of sepsis-related work in areas such as (but not limited to): sepsis genetics, ecology, immunology, diagnostics, antimicrobial pharmacology, clinical presentations, clinical risk factor modification, clinical treatment and long-term sepsis survivor follow up.

There are also up to three £500 Travelling Bursaries to assist health professionals and educators wishing to attend a sepsis congress or visit leading world centres of sepsis research expertise and clinical practice.

All successful applicants will be expected to give short presentations about their ongoing projects at FEAT’s World Sepsis Day event in September 2017.

For informal enquiries, contact: features2017@featuk.org.uk

Please send completed forms to: features2017@featuk.org.uk

 

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