Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities
2024 Collaborations in Health Services Research
NHMRC
Description

The 2024 Collaborations in Health Services Research grant opportunity is intended to support programs of small-scale, health service-focussed research projects that relate to the health system, conducted in a health service setting, by a collaboration of health services/research organisations.

The strategic aim of this grant opportunity is to stimulate health services research to improve health outcomes by increasing collaboration and building research and translation capacity and competitiveness of the health services sector.

The objectives of this one-off grant opportunity are to provide financial assistance to support:

1. Programs of small-scale research projects identified as important by health services and their communities to improve health care.
2. Partnerships that foster collaboration between researchers, health service providers and end users, including consumers and community.

Funding will be available under 2 application streams:

Stream 1: Metropolitan-based (MM1)
Stream 2: Regional/rural/remote (RRR)-based (MM2-7)1

Applications from existing health care/research collaborations that include at least one research and one health service provider that have a proven track record in co-design and research that delivers health outcomes are encouraged. Applications that address health services and programs to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and/or regional, rural and remote communities are also encouraged.

1 The CIA and at least 50% of the CI team should be primarily resident in a regional, rural or remote area (MM2-7). (As a guide, refer to the Modified Monash Model).

Application Closing Date
September 18, 2024
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National Breast Cancer Foundation Grants Schemes
National Breast Cancer Foundation
Description

Collaborative Research Accelerator Grants ~ Significant, recurrent funding fosters an ecosystem of multiple diverse research teams, at all career stages, to address critical questions through a connected suite of research activity at the pace and scale that reflects the urgency of achieving our vision of Zero Deaths from breast cancer.

EOI opening early May 2024.

NBCF is facilitating an information webinar series to give an overview of the Pink Horizon Research Strategy and to inform the research community about the key application elements of the Collaborative Research Accelerator Grant scheme. NBCF will host three identical information webinars to allow sufficient opportunity for participants to attend and actively participate in one of the question and answer sessions at the end of each webinar.

The webinars will be held on Monday, April 22, 2024 at 10am-11am AEST and 3pm-4pm AEST and Monday, April 29, 2024 at 1pm-2pm AEST.

Research Projects Grants ~ Annual funding support for investigator-initiated research projects to build Australia’s breast cancer research pipeline that addresses research questions with a clear line of sight to Zero Deaths from breast cancer.

Pink Sky Grants ~ Intermittent merit-based funding support high-risk, high-reward research projects with significant paradigm shifting potential to revolutionise approaches to combating breast cancer.

Location
Australia
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Australasian Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN)
AuSPEN Research Grants
Description

The Australasian Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (AuSPEN) offers grants to society members for assistance in undertaking projects of significance to AuSPEN. AuSPEN offers grants for novice researchers (a clinician who does not have an established research track record or a higher degree in research) to assist them to conduct clinical projects of significance to the field of clinical nutrition.

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Funding Opportunities for Researchers compiled by Barwon Health Research Support Unit
Barwon Health Research Support Unit
Description

ReViTALISE participant, Barwon Health supports researchers through their Research Support Unit – website is open to the public

Resource
Extensive list of research funding opportunities
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Victorian Medical Research Acceleration Fund
Victorian Government
Description

Launched by the Victorian Government in 2017, each year the Fund provides funding support to accelerate health and medical research and fast-track innovative projects from research to real-world impact. The Fund will be delivered in two tiers: Early-stage research – Supporting innovative early-stage research that will deliver health and economic benefits to Victoria; Research translation – Providing direct funding to fast-track the translation of health and medical research into real-world outcomes.

Resource
To help address underrepresentation of women in health and medical research, projects led by women or research teams comprised of at least 50% women will receive an added assessment weighting. 
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The Ian Potter Foundation
Description

The Ian Potter Foundation is a major Australian philanthropic foundation that supports and promotes excellence and innovation. The Foundation was established in 1964 by Australian financier, businessman and philanthropist, Sir Ian Potter (1902 – 1994).

Resource
Specific funding for medical research is available according to strict guidelines; see website.
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Grant Connect
Australian Government
Description

The Current Grant Opportunity List contains all current Grant Opportunities (GOs) open for application. GOs are sorted by default with those closing soonest at the top, and those that are ongoing at the end of the list.

Location
Australia
Resource
Interactive tool to explore all current Grant Opportunities on offer
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Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF)
Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care
Description

The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) is a $20 billion long-term investment supporting Australian health and medical research. The MRFF aims to transform health and medical research and innovation to improve lives, build the economy and contribute to health system sustainability.

Resource
Website covers timelines for applications, and provides information on processes to undertake and links for assistance.
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Australian Research Council
Description

The ARC is responsible for administering the National Competitive Grants Program (NCGP), assessing the quality, engagement and impact of research, and providing advice and support on research matters. The ARC’s purpose is to grow knowledge and innovation for the benefit of the Australian community by: funding the highest quality research, assessing the quality, engagement, and impact of research, providing advice on research matters.

Resource
Extensive website with information, links, and grants applications support and templates
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