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International Research Funding

The International Research Funding Office provides end-to-end support service to all researchers participating in collaborative and complex projects funded by international funding sources like the European Commission and the NIH.

  • The International Research Funding Office supports King's staff and collaborators to find the best funding call for their research interests, we share best-practice and tips from successful past applicationsand bespoke one-to-one writing support for the non-technical parts of the proposal to ensure applications are of the highest standards.
  • We liaise with external partners and funding agencies at every stage of the project cycle, provide staff and associated indirect, estates and overhead costs for research proposals and approve. all funding applications prior to submission.
  • We accept all grants awarded, draft and negotiate legal terms for funding, negotiate collaboration/consortium agreements and sign research contracts on behalf of King's College London.
  • Where King’s College London is the coordinator in a consortium we provide project management support
  • We prepare and submit financial reports to the funder and ensure audit compliance at post-award management

Contact us

If you are considering applying for international research the International Research Funding Office is the only office at King's College London authorised to supply costs, provide legal and administrative information, sign any binding legal documentation, and submit financial reports.

For all initial queries contact:

Head of the International Research Funding Office
Daniela Amadio
Email: daniela.amadio@kcl.ac.uk
Tel: 020 7848 6136

NIH - Managing conflicts of interest

For staff applying for NIH funding, please see our page on Managing conflicts of interest.

For King’s staff

Applying for research funding

Contract Support

Contract Support

Specialist support to negotiate agreements that enable research at King's College London.