This form should be completed by applicants who wish to apply to the MRC Artificial Intelligence for Better Biomedical and Health Research call. For eligibility criteria, please refer to the ‘Who can apply’ section of the funding opportunity on the UKRI Funding Finder and the MRC Guidance for Applicants handbook.

Please note the character limit for the scientific abstract and lay abstract sections respectively.

Letters of support are not required at this stage.

If you are unsure whether your proposal meets the remit of the call, please contact the Programme Managers managing the call, Dr Paul Colville-Nash or Dr Yan Yip, before submission of an outline application. Please include 'MRC AI Call' as part of your subject line.

All personal data provided to UK Research and Innovation via this form will be processed in accordance with current UK data protection legislation.  
By submitting this form, you are giving consent to UKRI to contact you regarding the outcome of your Expression of Interest. 
Further information on this funding call can be found on our website.  Further details can be found on the UK Research and Innovation Privacy Notice.
For this Expression of Interest, you are required to provide:
  • Details of your project 
    • Title (max 150 characters including spaces)
    • Cost
    • Lay summary (max 1500 characters including spaces)
    • Scientific summary (max 3500 characters including spaces)
  • Your contact details
  • Details of any co-investigators. Please contact us if:
    • you have more than 10 co-investigators 
    • you wish to add an international co-investigator
For your convenience, we suggest that you prepare the text of your lay/scientific summaries in a Word document and copy/paste over the information into the respective fields. 

You will be able to access your application and amend your responses. Please start your application with incognito mode off and use the same browser and device when you made your initial submission.

This Expression of Interest stage will close at 16:00 UK time on 20th October 2021.
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