You and your coapplicants can be based at the same organisation or at different organisations (for example a research collaboration between two universities).
Organisations can be of any size, based anywhere in the world.
As a group, you should have a good track record of attracting research funding, though not necessarily from Wellcome.
In your application, you must give a clear outline of how you'll develop a research agenda and support the careers of people in your research group.
This should include (but is not limited to):
the significance of your proposed research agenda and how you are taking a risk and pushing academic boundaries
how you'll shape the future direction of research in your field
evidence that the researchers in your group have substantial shared research interests, relevant expertise and will work together well, for example you've collaborated with each other before, or been involved in similar teams
the amount of time your group will spend on this award (ie through asking us for teaching replacement costs) and how the award fits in with your other academic commitments
career development opportunities for non-permanent research staff, including the freedom they will have to pursue their own research as part of your wider research group
your group's commitment to equality and inclusion, both in developing your research agenda and in managing the people it will bring together
the activities you propose, for example networking, travelling, attending events, and awarding and running your own small research grants.
For full details or to apply visit the call webpage.