SULSA NETWORK SUPPORT
SULSA wish to support new and existing Life Sciences Networks by providing funds towards the running of a network event.
Scope of Award
SULSA wish to support new and existing Life Sciences Networks with our SULSA Network Support.
This funding aims to support new and existing networks by providing funds towards the running of a network event. The Network must fall within the SULSA Life Sciences remit which includes everything from human health to animals, plants, and microbes. Networks must be led by a Scottish University(ies) but can include members from across the UK and internationally.
The funds must be used towards the costs associated with running a network event such as:
- Venue hire and catering
- Travel and accommodation costs
- Speaker costs
- Registration costs
- Conference materials
Networks are invited to apply for up to £2,000.
Eligibility and Conditions
- The applicant(s) overseeing the network event must be employed by a SULSA University and work within the Life Sciences
- The network must be cross-university and promote and benefit cross-university working it’s in activities
- This bursary is open to all levels (UG, PhD, ECR and mid-career)
- The network event must take place by the end of January 2023
- The network event must be pan-Scotland or broader and provide a clear benefit to the wider life sciences community
This call is open and accepting applications on a rolling basis between now and the end of June 2022.
Submitting Your Application
Please submit your application (a single PDF) to firstname.lastname@example.org at SULSA.
Notification of Outcome
Applicants will be notified by email usually within 3 weeks of submitting your application.
Payment of Funds
If successful, funds will be transferred to your lead Institution. Funds must be spent by the end of January 2023.
You must provide the SULSA administration with project updates and outcomes when requested for reporting purposes. Post-event SULSA will also request attendee numbers and a breakdown of what University attendees were from.