Public Engagement Scheme

About the grant?

Support for activities related to the promotion public awareness and understanding of pathology

 A maximum sum of £3000 per application


Who is eligible?

Members of the Society in good standing for at least 12 months. Non members may also apply with the support of a Society member


Deadline dates

1 March, 1 June, 1 September & 1 December


How do I apply?

Applications should comprise of an electronic covering letter, a two page application explaining the proposal and justifying the proposed expenditure & a one page CV of the principle applicant

Please read the full terms and conditions before applying 


Examples of Projects funded from the Public Engagement Grant

Purchases made for British Science Week 2019/20 - Dr Val Speirs, University of Aberdeen

Nottingham University Hospitals Pathology Open Day 9th November 2019 - Dean Saggers, Adam Barke & Dr Abhik Mukherjee

Sponsorship of the Molecular Pathology Session of the British Association for  Cancer Research Special Conference on Breast Cancer - March 2019 Dr Val Speirs, University of Aberdeen

The development of a new series of outreach activities to further promote awreness of dental defects - Dr Laura Whitehouse, St James's University Hosptial, Leeds

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