Research Grants

CINSW EOI for Implementation Science – must be a member of a TCRC (contact NSWPATH-Research@health.nsw.gov.au to find out more) (11 May)

NFMRI Dr John Dixon Hughes Medal for Medical Research Innovation (14 May)

AMP Foundation: Tomorrow Fund Grants (17 May)

NFMRI Alzheimer’s Disease Grant (closes 31 May)

Australia's National Digital Health Initiative (closes 31 May)
Project Grants ($60K) 
In-kind funding for mid-stage evidence based digital health technologies that have achieved proof of principal

National Blood Sector Research and Development Program (closing 1 Jun). 
Project Grants (30-150k up to 3 years)
Seed Grants (<50k up to 1 year) 
Scholarships (25-30k up to 1 year)

The overarching objectives are to identify and support strategic priority areas appropriate for targeted blood sector research funding that will:

  • enhance the sustainability and affordability of the national supply of blood products, including through increased efficiency and reduced blood product usage and wastage

  • identify appropriate use and reduce inappropriate use of blood products

  • maintain or enhance clinical outcomes for patients by providing evidence or new knowledge to understand the biological action of blood products, identify optimum treatment, dosing or indications for use for blood products, and compare the use of blood products with alternative strategies and treatments.

NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarships for funding commencing 2019 (13 Jun)

Cooperative Research Centre Grant (3 Jul)

NHMRC Partnership Projects Scheme (ongoing 5 Dec)

ARC (STEM) Linkage Project (ongoing 20 Dec)

For more information

Contact our Research and Innovation Team or Amanda Koegelenberg, Research and Innovation Project Manager p. 02 4920 4033.