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A clear clinical question is critical in bids to the Rosetrees Trust’s Interdisciplinary Award

The Rosetrees Trust should be on the radar of all biomedical researchers with interdisciplinary interests—and this year to infectious disease researchers in particular. That is because the Rosetrees 2023 Interdisciplinary Award will support research on “the complex interactions between the human host and infectious agents, ranging from the microbiome to pathogens that include viruses, bacteria and fungi”.

Awards—usually only one or two are given—are for up to £300,000 for projects of up to three years’ duration. The deadline for applications is 28 April, but as only one application per institution is allowed, each university will operate its own internal deadlines.

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