Health Funding Map

The map was developed by KTN and the BioIndustry Association (BIA) with the help of a wide range of funders. It helps in the navigation of the complicated world of health innovation funding.

This funding map helps in the navigation of the complicated world of innovation funding. It is not meant to be comprehensive, rather, it is designed to start a conversation about your needs. The aim of the map is to enable a level of understanding to be developed online but, more importantly, it provides an opportunity for innovators to start a conversation with KTN about how we can help you to navigate the innovation landscape.

The map was developed by KTN and the BioIndustry Association (BIA) with the help of a wide range of funders who provided information about their specific funding schemes. The information provided is generally available on the websites of the individual funders, not all funding schemes are always open. Information on the current status of a particular funding scheme can be obtained by contacting Terry O’Neill, Head of Health.

Instructions

  1. Open the map
  2. Click on the bars to open up a short title and a link to further information
  3. Click on the details button to open up further information about the funding category and to access a link to specific websites.
  4. Click on the Get In Touch button to access contact details of people at KTN who can help with a further conversation.

Click on the Back button to return to the map.

An explanation of Technology Readiness Levels can be found on EPSRC’s website here.

Current Health Funding Map funding opportunities

2022 CRACK IT Challenges - replacing, reducing and improving animal testing

Opens: 08/09/2022 Closes: 03/10/2022

Funding of £1.2M is available through the 2022 CRACK IT Challenges competition to solve two Challenges: “Animal-free tumourigenicity assessment of CAR-T and other genetically modified T cells” and “Development of an in silico model to predict thyroid receptor mediated human endocr

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iX Challenge: Healthy Ageing Innovation Accelerator Competition

Opens: 27/06/2022 Closes: 25/08/2022

The Innovation Exchange Program is working alongside Oxford Innovation Advice and the UK National Innovation Centre for Ageing (NICA) to find innovative companies who are ambitious to grow their business. We seek innovators with new product or service ideas that can support us to stay…

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Biomedical Catalyst 2022 Round 2: Industry-led R&D

Opens: 15/08/2022 Closes: 12/10/2022

UK registered SMEs can apply for a share of up to £25 million to develop innovative solutions to health and healthcare challenges.

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