We support researchers in applying for EU grant opportunities and building their profiles to give them the best opportunities for a successful application
We can help you in:
Determining if you are suitable for a specific funding opportunity
Finding relevant funding opportunities for your research interests
Finding workshops/ seminars to attend to support in your application (grant writing etc.)
Reviewing your grant application
Administrative support related to your EU application
Finding out where you can start if you would like to apply for an EU grant.
No matter where you are in your career we would like to help. Early career researchers in particular are welcome!
My background has centred around research grant support, particularly in post-award and addressing health inequalities in vulnerable populations.
2023- present EU advisor, NTNU
2021- 2022 Research Project Coordinator, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine: Supporting the management of post-award public health and epidemiology research projects from a variety of national and international funders.
2018 – 2021 Data analyst, Public Health England: providing data analysis and project support in the national survey of people who inject drugs, COVID-19 international cell government response and regional surveillance of communicable disease and antimicrobial resistance.
2020 – 2021 Social Epidemiology MSc, University College London, UK
2008 – 2012 Biomedical Sciences BSc, Queen Mary University, UK