HBLB Equine Grants System

Eligibility Check Form

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I have read the eligibility criteria and I apply for HBLB research project funding on the basis that I meet the described eligibility criteria for:

My Project
My Institution
My Role as Principal Investigator

You will not be able to submit this form if you are unable to confirm using the buttons above that you can satisfy all appropriate eligibility criteria.

 

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If you are a registered user of the HBLB’s equine grants system, you do not need to complete this form. Please return to the Welcome page to log in and create a new application for research funding.

If you are not a registered user and wish to apply for research funding, please complete and submit the form. When you click submit, an acknowledgement message should appear on your screen - please contact us if it does not.

If you, your institution and your proposed project are eligible for funding, you will be given a username and password which will allow you to log in and build an application. If one or more of the eligibility criteria are not met, you will be advised that you are not able to apply for funding.

The HBLB reserves the right not to accept a grant application for any reason.

Personal data that you provide in the Eligibility Check Form must be accurate. The data will be recorded in the HBLB’s equine grants database. By submitting this form, you are consenting to the HBLB recording your personal data in the database and processing the data in any way relevant to its interests in veterinary research funding.

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Applications for funding will only be accepted from Principal Investigators based at institutions in England, Scotland and Wales.
All users of the HBLB equine grants system must submit their own unique email address.
Maximum 15 words.


Applications for funding will only be accepted for strategic basic and applied science or clinical Equine Veterinary Research Projects which aim to improve the health and welfare of horses, particularly the racing or breeding Thoroughbred. Applications may be made in any relevant equine veterinary discipline.
Please do not use punctuation and start each line of the address on a new line.
Applications for funding will only be accepted from institutions in England, Scotland and Wales.
Show the department name in full (e.g. Department of Physiology).
Applications for funding will only be accepted from eligible Principal Investigators.
 
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