Information for researchers
The Migraine Trust awards research grants when we have funding available.
Our grants have a particular focus on fellowships and studentships in recognition that encouraging researchers into this field and supporting their training and career development is vital for the future outlook of migraine.
In funding research, we prioritise work that:
- Advances knowledge of the causes and mechanisms of migraine
- Advances migraine diagnosis, treatment and prevention
- Actively involves the public, especially patients and those around them
- Supports UK-wide clinical and scientific activity.
How to apply
We are not currently accepting applications. When we have funding available to offer new research awards, the details will be published here as soon as we have them.
PhD Studentship Award 2019
This award is now closed for applications. The deadline was 9am on Monday 25 March 2019. Information below is for reference only for applicants, but will soon be removed.
We are delighted to be releasing funding to award a PhD studentship in 2019. We are very grateful to The Headley Trust for their substantial contribution and to all our supporters who have made it possible for us to offer this exciting opportunity to progress our understanding of migraine.
The award is intended to; support a PhD candidate’s early career in migraine research, enable an institution with experienced migraine researchers to recruit a science graduate to support their research, and expand the existing scientific knowledge of migraine to benefit people affected.
Applications will be reviewed by members of our Scientific Research Committee with our Board of Trustees making a final decision.
Interested applicants should read the documents available for download below:
Our commitment to research
You can read more about our research programme, including our Scientific Research Committee, research strategy and policies, and membership of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC), here.
Our research grants are only possible through donations and legacies. If you would like to contribute to advancing migraine research, please support us.