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.