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BAS Small Grants for Initiatives in Aphasia
(Previously Seed Fund)
Call for applications now open!
Deadline: Monday 28th February 2022
Every year, the British Aphasiology Society offers small grants to fund initiatives in aphasia. Please see our Small Grants page for more details about the scheme, including the application process and examples of projects that we have funded in the past.
BAS Research Update Meeting 2022
Online - Thursday 9th June 2022
Call for project summaries
Deadline: Monday 14th March 2022
We welcome abstracts on planned, ongoing or recently completed studies related to aphasia. Each presentation will be followed by an opportunity for supportive discussion.
Please see the call for project summaries HERE
Do you need funding to attend conferences or other events?
Conference Support Fund for BAS and non-BAS Events Now open!
Deadline: Monday 31st January 2022
The BAS Conference Support Fund (CSF)
offers support for members to attend BAS organised and non-BAS organised events. Applications are considered twice a year.
Please see our Conference Support Fund
page for more details.
BAS Special Award - Winner announced!
The BAS Special Award for Jargon Aphasia was a one-off special award due to a generous bequest made to the Society. The award is for £5000 awarded to a clinician (early-stage researcher) interested in research for the benefit of people with jargon aphasia and their families/carers
BAS is thrilled to have announced at our AGM that the winner of the Special Award is Susie Williams, with her project entitled "Exploring the support needs of carers of people with jargon aphasia". Susie will be supported by academic mentors, Dr Suzanne Beeke & Dr Anna Volkmer (UCL), Dr Sarah Northcott (City, University of London) and The ESNEFT research team.
BAS extends its huge thanks to the anonymous donor, to Fiona Menger (BAS Special Award and Small Grants Coordinator) and our panel of reviewers for this award.
BAS Seed Fund 2021 - recipients announced
Despite the pandemic, the BAS committee received five high quality applications for this year’s seed fund.
So, in an unprecedented year, the committee made an unprecedented decision and awarded seed funding to all applications. This was possible due to a reduction in other costs for this financial year, mainly conference travel funding for members, since many events were cancelled, and committee travel costs, as all committee meetings were moved online.
For BAS, it is fantastic to be able to support a range of innovative and creative projects during such challenging times for clinicians and people with aphasia.
For more information on the projects that received this year's BAS Seed Fund, and for information on how to apply for funding for the next round, please visit our BAS Seed Funding pages HERE.