Sarcoma UK offers funds and grants to seek answers and find effective treatment for sarcoma.

Open: call seeking applications in Clinical Research

Our Clinical Research Round is seeking applications for clinically focused research, which will benefit patients during their diagnosis, treatment and care.

Our Roger Wilson Themed call is seeking applications which focus on research that answers one of the identified priority research questions from the Living With and Beyond Cancer priority for sarcoma patients.

Call opens: Tuesday 26 March 2019

Call closes: 3pm, Thursday 15 August 2019

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Open: call seeking applications in Genomic Research

Sarcoma UK launched its Genomic Research Programme in 2018. We wish to capitalise on the opportunity for genomic research in sarcoma, utilising the opportunity and data from the samples collected in the 100,000 Genomes Project. The Sarcoma Genomics England Clinical Interpretation Group (GECIP) have set the vision for the samples.

The 2019 call invites applications which further knowledge into sarcoma genomics and will award one research project up to £250,000.

Call opens: Monday 1st July 2019

Call closes: 3pm, Thursday 31st October 2019

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Sarcoma UK focuses on all types of sarcoma. Our research programme has been running since 2009 with over £2.6 million invested in research across 49 projects to date. We aim to find effective treatment for the disease within the next 10 years.

More about the Sarcoma UK research programme
You can see our previously funded research grants here, alongside our Research Strategy, and the success rates of previous applications. All of our research is peer reviewed and discussed by the Research Advisory Committee. Sarcoma UK is member charity of AMRC. All research funded by Sarcoma UK is eligible for QR funding via the CRSF.  

If you would like to be notified when calls are launched, please e-mail research@sarcoma.org.uk to be added to our mailing list.

Read more about what we do with your information if you've applied for a grant through Sarcoma UK.