Thanks for your interest in applying for the CANTAB Research Grant Award. Before submitting your application please take a look through our terms and conditions.
If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd be happy to help!
Q. Who is eligible to apply?
A. The CANTAB Research Grant is an international award open to anyone conducting research in the fields of neuroscience, psychology, psychiatry and related subjects where cognitive function is being measured.
Q. What are the prizes?
A. The 2019 prizes will consist of one primary award of £1,000 ($1,300 US / €1,100) and two secondary awards of £250 ($325 US / €275). The funds given should be used to support with the costs of conducting a research study or costs associated with presenting research at a conference or event.
The three winning applicants will be rewarded with a grant fund, access to support from the science team at Cambridge Cognition and a CANTAB Connect Research* licence with 150 assessments** worth over £1,500. These assessments are not time-based, but the research project must be due to start in 2019.
*An iPad is required to run CANTAB Connect Research.
**An assessment is any subject being tested at one time-point using your pre-determined test battery.
Q. When is the application deadline?
A. The application deadline is Friday 29th March 2019. This may be extended at the discretion of Cambridge Cognition and (where this is the case) the website will be updated to reflect this and applicants will be notified. Winners are to receive their award and assessments in May 2019.
Q. How are the winners chosen?
A. Winners are chosen by a committee consisting of members of the Cambridge Cognition science, product and business development teams.
Q. What else do I need to do before applying?
A. By submitting an application to the CANTAB Research Grant you agree to Cambridge Cognition requesting further details of your study and (should you be awarded a CANTAB Research Grant) to Cambridge Cognition promoting your research title in the first instance and (once your project is complete) to sharing your published research.