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Mental Health Award: Finding the right treatment, for the right people, at the right time for anxiety and depression

Wellcome will fund researchers and teams who will validate markers to enable stratification in anxiety and/or depression as early as possible.

Lead applicant career stage:

  • Leading a research programme
  • Postdoctoral research
  • Postgraduate training
  • Returning to research
  • Early-career researcher
  • Mid-career researcher
  • Established researcher

Administering organisation location:

  • Anywhere in the world (apart from mainland China and countries that are the target of international sanctions)

Funding duration:

Up to 5 years

Funding amount:

Up to £5 million

Strategic programme:

  • Mental Health





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