Who can apply for funding?

Published: 19th January 2023

Although IAF projects may include cross-organisational collaboration, the Principal Investigator must be an employee of Synnovis or Guy’s and St Thomas’ or King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Those in roles outside of the laboratories and students are eligible to apply, as long as the project is of benefit to pathology and meets the project eligibility criteria. Laboratory and clinical collaboration is encouraged. 

Colleagues who have not completed their probation period are not eligible.

Trust led applications should involve or be supported by Synnovis investigators and demonstrate a clear benefit to pathology, patients, and Synnovis. If no Synnovis investigators are identified, the benefits to pathology and Synnovis must be clearly outlined in the application.

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