Applications Open: 13 January 2016
Deadline: 16 March 2016
The Australian Government’s National Health and Medical Research Council is seeking applications for its Project Grants whose motive is to support the creation of new knowledge by funding the best investigator-initiated research project plan of five years, or less, in any area relevant to human health.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is Australia’s largest health and medical research funding body. NHMRC awards grants through several funding schemes to advance health and medical knowledge in order to improve the health status of all Australians.
NHMRC invests in the highest quality research and researchers, as determined through peer review, across the four pillars of health and medical research: biomedical, clinical, public health and health services.
- raise the standard of individual and public health throughout Australia;
- foster the development of consistent health standards between the various states and territories;
- foster medical research and training and public health research and training throughout Australia; and
- foster consideration of ethical issues relating to health.
- Individual items of equipment costing less than $10,000 must be requested as DRCs.
- Funding is not available for equipment totalling more than $80,000 for the entire period of the grant.
How to Apply
Interested applicants can submit their applications via RGMS once the applications are open.
For more information, please visit NHRMC Project Grants.