| The Trustees welcome applications throughout the year for funding
for rehabilitation or disability research taking place in the United
Kingdom. To read the Remedi Research Strategy please click for Research Strategy Although basic scientific research would not be discouraged, the Trustees main priority is to look at projects which identifiably would have clinical benefit for the relief of disability.
The Scientific Advisory Committee will be meeting to review applications that have passed external peer review in 2013 precise dates to be confirmed.
PLEASE NOTE THAT AN APPLICATION
CANNOT BE CONSIDERED BY OUR TRUSTEES, UNTIL IT HAS BEEN THROUGH
STAGES 1 - 5 (as outlined below).
In some cases it can take up to 6 months to process an application.
If you would like to apply for a grant for research into
rehabilitation or disability, please send us a summary of your project and try and limit it to one or two pages of A4. Click on Initial Application 2012. The summary should include a breakdown
of costs, proposed start date and the length of the research programme.
Please e-mail email@example.com
with your Initial Application.
Your summary will be considered by our Chairman who meets the
Director once a month to review applications.
- Application Form
Having reviewed your initial application, if the Chairman considers your project is of interest to the Trustees and falls within our remit,
the Director will email confirmation to you inviting you to complete a full application form You must return your application form within three months to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Peer Review
Your application will then be reviewed by two/three externaly and independent
referees and you may be asked to respond to their comments. If your project successfully passes this process it will be submitted to The Chairman for consideration at the next scheduled Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting..
- Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC)
The SAC meets twice yearly (May and November) to consider the applications
that have successfully been through stages 1-4. The SAC shortlists the applications and recommends
in order of priority, to the Trustees to consider for grants.
The Trustees meet in June and December
to review the applications that have been shortlisted by the SAC and make awards.
You will be notified of the Trustees' decision shortly thereafter.
- The Terms and Conditions of our Award can be downloaded here REMEDI Research Award Agreement 2012
- Final Report
On the completion of the research project a final report must
be submitted to the Director and approved by the Academic Visitor, before the final tranche of the award
(10% of the award) can be released.