Find out who can apply for World Cancer Research Fund International’s grant scheme, and how
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– Who should apply?
– Can a PhD student be the PI?
– Where do you accept applications from?
– What about applications from the Americas?
– Which institutions are eligible to apply?
– Is there a limit to the number of applications to submit?
– Which type of scheme should I apply for?
– What is the available budget?
– Is my project relevant to WCRF International’s remit?
– What makes a strong application?
– Do you accept applications using animal models?
– Do you accept applications using single cell lines?
– Are there any options for funding researchers who work on anti-cancer drugs or cancer treatment?
– I am applying for a grant but do not have ethical approval in place. Will this prevent my application from going forward?
– What languages are acceptable for submission of a WCRF International grant?
– How do I submit my application?
– What currency should the budget proposal be submitted in?
– What currency will funds be paid in?
– Will I receive feedback regarding my application?
– If my application has not been accepted, can I apply for the next round?
– If my application was judged to be of scientific merit in the last cycle, but due to limited funds it could not be funded, would I need to fill in an Outline Application?
– How competitive are WCRF grants?