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National Osteoporosis Society

Osteoporosis helpline

0845 450 0230

9am - 5pm Mon-Fri

Grant Applications 2014

Thank you to everyone who applied for the 2014 Research Grants Round.  We were pleased to receive many excellend applications but are sadly unable to take as many as we would like through to the second stage, in total we received 41 applications requesting financial support in excess of £3.1million.  We hope that those who were unsuccessful ae able to secure funding from an alternative source and we hope you will consider applying for us again in future grants rounds.

Stage 2

We would like to congratulate those whose applications have been short listed to forward to stage 2.  Please confirm as soon as possible that you will be submitting a full application by contacting research@nos.org.uk.

All the documents needed to complete the Stage 2 application should have been sent to you by email.  Information on completing the application forms and submitting the application can be found in the 'Notes for Applicants' document. If after reading the 'Notes for Applicants' and other documentation sent, you have any questions about the application process please feel free to contact us on research.nos.org.uk or 01761 473100.

Please be aware that both an electronic and signed paper copy of all the full application must have reached the charity by 5pm, Monday 4th August 2014, so please leave plenty of time for posting.

Timetable for applications

  • Closing date for submission of Stage 1 applications
  • Invitation to submit a Stage 2 full application – w/c 26 May 2014
  • Closing date for Stage 2 applications – Mon 4 Aug 2014
  • Research Grants Committee Meeting – October 2014
  • Final decision on awards by the Board of Trustees – October 2014

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