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  • Heredity Fieldwork Grant


    Melanie Colón

    Purpose: to support field-based genetic research.

    Grants of up to £1,500 are available to cover travel and accommodation costs associated with the applicant pursuing a field-based genetic research project.  The research should produce results that would typically be suitable for publication in the Society’s journal Heredity.  The scheme is not intended to cover the costs of fieldworkers other than the applicant, to cover the costs of salaries for those engaged in fieldwork, or to fund attendance at conferences. However, equipment necessary for carrying out fieldwork may be covered (within reason).

    Criteria for Eligibility: 

    All students are eligible to apply for this grant immediately after they join the Genetics Society.

    Other applicants (i.e. PI’s and Co-I’s) must have been members of the Genetics Society for at least one year before applications can be accepted.

    Although Heredity Fieldwork Grants are primarily targeted at post-graduate students, in exceptional circumstances we will consider applications from students who are required to complete a fieldwork study in their final undergraduate, or MSc by Research year.

    Applicants other than PI’s and Co-I’s are required to submit a supporting letter from their supervisor who should be a current Genetics Society member.

    A maximum of one Heredity Fieldwork Grant per individual per two years will be awarded.

    Only one application per research group will be funded in any one year.

    The applicant must be completing the fieldwork themselves.

    Recipients of these grants must submit a short report within two months of completion of the project that may be included in the GS newsletter.

    These grants are open to those with a UK base wishing to undertake fieldwork outwith the UK and to non-UK-based students wishing to undertake fieldwork in the UK.  We regret that we cannot consider applications from bases outside the UK for field studies outside the UK.

    Edited by Melanie Colón



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