INSPIRE Research Challenge

World Cancer Research Fund International
Application Due Date
Brief Description

The programme is open to early career individuals – defined as not less than two years, but not more than six years post-doctoral degree (PhD or MD research).

Applicants must currently be employed on a research contract within a department at a research institution affiliated with a university or medical school.

Proposed projects must have direct relevance to cancer prevention, treatment or survivorship and may address any or all stages of the cancer journey.

Proposals should address modifiable factors including both lifestyle, such as diet, nutrition, physical activity, and environmental factors such as pollution/contaminants and pathogens.

Particular priority will be given to novel exposures including stress, sleep and host factors such as immune function.