GeCIP members: register a grant application

Register with us to receive a letter of support for your application

  • Please use this form to tell us about funding applications you are making around a GeCIP research project.

    This allows us to keep a record of grant applications around the Project, and to provide you with a letter of support if required. In case of multistage applications, a letter of support can be produced after the initial expression of interest has been approved by the funding body.

    We will support applications provided they align with the goals of the 100,000 Genomes Project and comply with appropriate use of the Project’s dataset.

    Your draft proposal will be reviewed within our science team who will provide feedback, if appropriate. If your application is suitable, our chief scientist will issue a specific letter of support. Details of your submission will be kept confidential and not shared beyond the Genomics England science team, Scientific Advisory Committee and GeCIP Board.

    Please allow at least one week to review your proposal. Contact us if you need a faster turn-around time, but we cannot guarantee this will be possible as many of the letters require multiple documents to be created and require approval steps.

    Or, you can contact us on [email protected] and we can provide you with a generic template to be added to your proposal, provided that we have received relevant details via the form below.

    Please always forward your confirmation email to[email protected] and email us if you do not receive a confirmation email after submitting this form.

    Please note that when you start work on a GeCIP project, you will need to register this on the Research Registry within the Research Environment, even if we have previously supplied a letter of support for your funding application.

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  • About You

  • Please use your professional/work email address
  • About your Application

  • e.g. Fellowship
  • (Months)
  • Date Format: DD slash MM slash YYYY
  • in £GBP
  • Month and Year
  • Grant proposal details

  • if applicable
  • Please list key collaborators and their corresponding institutions
    Collaborator Name (First and Last)Institution 
  • 1500 character limit
  • Add more information about your grant application. Feel free to copy and paste relevant sections from your application. Alternatively, you can email the full application to [email protected]
  • Please review the Genomics England IP Policy. Which of the three IP scenarios (pages 13 onwards) do you consider your research falls under?
  • Thank you for preparing these details. We will be in touch shortly.

    Please contact [email protected] if you need further advice.

  • Please note that the Genomics England Clinical Interpretation Partnership (GeCIP) Team will keep a record of your grant application according to the details you submit via this form. This is because we are obliged to compile and report back metrics of success rates of funding applications we support for the GeCIP Board and for the funders who work with us. We may also use the information to help GeCIP project leads put together research plans and project proposals in future, and to prospectively plan for particular analyses to be conducted in the Research Environment; for example, to make sure necessary tools are available and to align different proposed projects with GeCIP domains' overall research plans. Only the GeCIP Team access the full detail of the information you submit to us, for the purposes stated above. The GeCIP Board and others are provided with overall success metrics across the GeCIP only, consisting at most of project titles, the funding bodies applied to and the current status and outcome of the application. Please do not hesitate to contact us on [email protected] if you have any further questions.