If you are a grant applicant, co-applicant, application reviewer, HBLB funding administrator, university finance officer or a member of the HBLB Veterinary Advisory Committee (VAC) you can use this website to participate in the HBLB’s equine veterinary research funding programme – for more information please refer to the Veterinary Science and Education section of our main website www.hblb.org.uk.
To use this website we need to know some information about you such as your name, your organisation, your work responsibilities and your contact information, the latter can include your address, place of work, email address, and appropriate telephone numbers. If you are an applicant, co-applicant, collaborator, reviewer or a member of the VAC then we will need some information about your academic background – this information will include qualifications, disciplines, areas of expertise and specialisms.
The personal data processed by this website may be given to us when you apply for funding, when another applicant names you as a possible co-applicant or collaborator, when you are suggested as a possible application reviewer, or when you are enrolled as a user to support administration of the funding process.
The personal data that we collect is required so that we can more effectively administer our funding programme.
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The basis that is used to used to process personal data within this application is the completion of a Public Task - this being our duty to support the advancement or encouragement of veterinary science or veterinary education.
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