Welcome to Kidney Research UK's online Grants Management System



Kidney Research UK is the leading national charity dedicated to research that will lead to better treatments and cures for kidney disease. We provide funding for a wide range of research needs; supporting new innovative ideas, establishing future research experts, and underpinning work that will further build on the advances and scientific breakthroughs being made. Further information regarding the types of research funding available can be found here

This Grants Management System is only accessible to registered users who will be accessing the system for one of the following purposes:

  • Applicants applying for research grants, by completing an application form online;
  • Co-applicants to review and complete their sections of an application;
  • Collaborators to confirm their involvement in an application;
  • The Institute’s named representatives, to check and approve applications;
  • Reviewers selected by Kidney Research UK to peer review applications.

Before making an application, it is important to read the specific grant Regulations and Conditions and the Portal User Guide, available next to the ‘Register’ button below.

Please also ensure that you read the Update below regarding how we will use and safeguard any personal data you provide to us.

Applications for the Kidney Research UK/MRC Jointly-funded Clinical Research Training Fellowship, and the MRC/Kidney Research UK Professor David Kerr Clinician Scientist Award are not handled through this portal.  To apply for these grants, please visit http://www.mrc.ac.uk/funding/deadlines/fellowships-application-submission-deadlines/  and apply through the normal MRC application route.

Similarly applications for the Joint ISN/Kidney Research UK Fellowship for overseas clinicians are not handled through this portal, and applications should be made via the ISN application process. To apply please visit http://www.theisn.org/programs/fellowship-program

Applicants

New user - You will need to register before you can use the portal.

Existing user - If you have either applied for funding or have undertaken a review for Kidney Research UK prior to using this online system, your email address should already be in the system, in which case you will need to use the "forgotten password" link and follow the steps to reset the password.

Please Note

If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact the Research Operations Team at grants@kidneyresearchuk.org or on 01733 367848.




Update

On 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, replacing the Data Protection Act 1998. We have updated our privacy policy, which includes your use of the Kidney Research UK Grant Management System. There are no changes in how we collect or process your data.

We will use the information you provide to consider your application, contact you about your application and perhaps in the future ask you to be a peer reviewer on grant applications within your specialist area.

We will hold the information you provide for communication, marketing, analysis and administration purposes. You can read our privacy policy to find out what data we hold, what it is used for and where it is stored. You can contact our supporter care team at supportercare@kidneyresearchuk.org or 0300 303 1100 to receive a copy of our privacy policy if you would prefer.

We promise to keep your details safe. We will never sell your information to a third party. If you change your mind about your communication preferences or want to stop receiving communications, you can contact us at supportercare@kidneyresearchuk.org or 0300 303 1100. 




Existing users

Please log in to access your account.

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New users

Please register with us to create your account using your institutional email address.

This email address will be used for all correspondence so please ensure that the address is valid and regularly checked.

   Portal User Guide



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