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GCRF Previously funded calls

Links to previously funded GCRF calls can be found below:

Call title Council Closing date
GCRF Area-Focused Network Plus Call AHRC 16.00 on 18 January 2017
Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases  BBSRC  16.00 on 16 November 2016 
Tackling global development challenges through engineering and digital technology research EPSRC 16.00 on 15 November 2016
GCRF Call in Networks for Vaccine R&D BBSRC, MRC   Expressions of interest closes 9 November 2016
Networks in Vector Borne Disease Research BBSRC, MRC   Expressions of interest closes 3 November 2016
Growing research capability to meet the challenges faced by developing countries RCUK 16.00 on 25 October 2016
GCRF Postdoctoral Fellowships ESRC 9 September 2016 
Tackling antimicrobial resistance: behaviour within and beyond the healthcare setting  Joint call  16.00 on 8 September 2016 
GCRF Centres competition 2016: Foundations of inclusive growth ESRC   16.00 on 6 September 2016 
Global Challenges Research Fund: Building Resilience Joint call  16:00 on 6 September 2016 
ESRC GCRF Strategic Networks call 2016 ESRC 2 August 2016
Partnership for Conflict, Crime and Security Innovation Awards on Conflict and International Development Joint call 28 July 2016
Translating Cultures and Care for the Future Innovation Awards on International Development AHRC 21 July 2016
Forced displacement of people Joint call 20 July
GCRF Secondary Data Analysis Initiative highlight notice ESRC 15 July 2016
Towards a Sustainable Earth: The environment-human landscape - Pre-announcement of Opportunity Joint call 24 June 2016
Non-Communicable Disease (NCDs) foundation awards Joint call 22 June 2016
GCRF Foundation Awards for Global Agricultural and Food Systems Research Joint call 22 June 2016
Infections Foundation Awards: Global Infections Joint call 22 June 2016
Research Networking and Follow-on-Funding for Impact and Engagement scheme highlight notice AHRC 31 May 2016

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