The Society for the Study of Human Biology (SSHB) is offering grants (£1,000-£1,500) to support research projects in human biology.
The purpose of the grant is to support original research in human biology. The research project must fall within the remit of the SSHB – the general advancement and promotion of research in the biology of human populations in all its branches, including human variability and genetics, human adaptability and ecology, and human evolution. Retrospective applications are not permitted.
- Must submit a report within one month of the stated end date of the project.
- Must acknowledge the SSHB in subsequent publications and presentations.
- Are encouraged to present their work at a meeting of the SSHB and to submit the results of the project they undertook to the Annals of Human Biology for publication. The submission can be in the form of a full paper or a short report and will be subject to the same editorial and review processes as other submissions.
Applications are open to all members of the Society. Full members are encouraged to apply, and applications from full and student members will be judged by the same criteria. Applicants who are not members of the Society are permitted to apply for membership at the same time as they submit their application. Membership application forms can be found here.
How to apply
The application is to be written and submitted by the person carrying out the research (this could be a Postgraduate student or Researcher). To apply please complete and submit the below application form.
Applications will be assessed in relation to the quality of the work submitted, and the relevance of the topic to the aims and scope of the SSHB. Applications which fail to adhere to the guidelines will not be considered. All applications will be reviewed by referees appointed by the SSHB committee.
Deadline and submission
Applications should be submitted online via the form below by Friday, 29 March 2024. Decisions will be communicated to applicants within 1 month of the deadline.