India-UK partnership to address farmed animal diseases and health – funding opportunity

Apply for funding to advance the mechanistic understanding of host-pathogen interactions in farmed animals or to tackle veterinary antimicrobial resistance (Vet-AMR) or both.

You must be based at a UK research organisation eligible for BBSRC funding and you must have a partner in India eligible for DBT funding.

Projects will be made up of a UK component and an India component.

BBSRC will fund up to £1 million at 80% of the full economic cost to support the UK component and DBT will fund the India component. Total funding available is £5 million from BBSRC for the UK applicants with matched equivalent resources from DBT for successful Indian applicants.

Projects will have a duration of up to three years.