GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS
For researchers wanting to submit a grant / fellowship application involving the Raine Study, just a reminder to allow enough time to follow our project review process.
The first step is to have a conversation with our Scientific Management Committee about your idea. You can contact the Scientific Officer.
All new grant/fellowship applications related to projects involving the Raine Study existing data should be formally submitted in ROSS at least 8 weeks prior to the funding application deadline, and proposals for use of existing biosamples or for collection of new data and/or biosamples should be formally submitted in ROSS at least 10 weeks prior to the funding application deadline.
You will need to get provisional approval from the Raine Study prior to submitting your application to a funding agency.
All grant/fellowship applications must include financial support for data access and ongoing curation of the Raine Study resources and should cover the total cost of the research project, including any data or biosample retrieval or collection and biosample analysis.
You can find out more about our process on our website here