British Skin Foundation Fellowship Award Results of the 2019 Awards were announced in December. Applications for the 2020 British Skin Foundation Fellowship Awards will be available to download from this page in April. A BSF Fellowship is to support a clinician at a U.K or R.O.I based institution. A BSF Fellowship application form is to be completed by the nominating Principal Investigator or head of department No more than one application can be submitted by a Principal Investigator per application round. Applications will not be accepted from a PI who currently holds a Large Grant as a PI Applicants are expected to demonstrate the value of the project to dermatology The BSF Fellowship is a fixed amount of £62,000 No ‘top-ups’ or extensions are available for any reason The maximum duration of the BSF Fellowship is 1 year (although this may be extended by negotiation where there are issues around flexible working or career breaks/maternity leave) The BSF Fellowship must be activated within 12 months of the award letter Successful applicants will provide the BSF office with a researcher ‘ORCHID ID’ upon activation of the grant The BSF Fellowship funding is claimed by an authorised finance department submitting invoices at quarterly intervals A scientific and a lay report are to be submitted, both mid-term and upon completion. Closing invoices will only be paid upon receipt of final reports The award is to be named the BSF Fellowship in any relevant papers or presentations with copies forwarded to the BSF office Please note: the British Skin Foundation will no longer be able to provide feedback for unsuccessful grant applications.