Do you have a great idea for a new resource to support the teaching of pharmacology?
The British Pharmacological Society offers grants to support members of the Society in the creation and/or development of novel educational resources or approaches to undergraduate pharmacology or clinical pharmacology teaching.
Applications are judged on the following criteria:
- Quality and feasibility of the proposal, including timelines and plan for evaluation of the project.
- Potential impact of the proposed project, including the potential for widespread application beyond the host institution.
- Feasibility and clarity of the proposed budget including justification for costs.
You can find out more about some of the projects supported by British Pharmacological Society teaching grants below.
The next round of applications for teaching grants is open and the deadline for applications will be 14th February 2016.
To apply, please click here for the application form.
Please note that you will have to be a member of the British Pharmacological Society in order to be considered for the teaching grants. In the meantime, if you have any queries, please contact our education team