A key area of our work is to be part of vital research and give funds towards research.

  • The Mike Bray IPF Research Fellowship

    Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis is proud to be launching The Mike Bray IPF Research Fellowship in memory of its founder and former chairman, who passed away earlier this year. The £300,000 grant will fund a major IPF research project.

    Read more about The Mike Bray IPF Research Fellowship
  • Research reports & updates

    Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis are pleased to be able to support researchers in the field of (Idiopathic) Pulmonary Fibrosis to attend research events both in the UK and overseas. You can read reports and updates from these researchers here.

    Read our research updates and reports
  • European Respiratory Society (ERS) Travel Fellowships

    Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis would like to support researchers who are working in pulmonary fibrosis to attend the ERS International Congress in Milan, 9-13th September 2017

    Read more about the ERS Travel Fellowships & how to apply
  • ICLAF Travel Fellowships

    Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis supports UK based researchers working in pulmonary fibrosis and we offer travel awards for ICLAF. Information about the awards and the process will be posted prior to the events on this page.

    Read previous reports from researchers
  • IPF Report 2016

    We met with the All-Party Parliamentary Respiratory Group and other MPs to launch our report and to call for immediate action by NHS England to improve care for IPF patients and to mandate data collection of people diagnosed with the disease.

    Read more about the IPF report
  • IPF Patient Survey Report

    In 2015, Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis, in partnership with Roche, conducted the most comprehensive national study undertaken to date into the effectiveness and reach of the NICE Quality Standard across the UK IPF patient population.

    Read more about the IPF Survey
  • 100,000 Genomes Project

    Drs Jenkins and Parfrey, two of our trustees – are leaders in the field of IPF research in the UK – and are involved in research studies investigating the genetics of IPF as part of the 100,000 Genome Project and the UK Interstitial lung disease IPF consortium.

    Read more about the Genomes Project