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The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) is proud to invite expressions of interest applications from researchers and students who are formally affiliated with the Royal Adelaide Hospital and/or SA Pathology in our $2Million Grant Round.
The following grants are available from July 1 2018:
With the aim of ensuring that the highest quality and globally competitive researchers are funded, all applications will be assessed by our independent research panel and the highest quality applications will be awarded.
Expressions of Interest applications will close at 12.00 PM on Wednesday May 9 2018. Short-listed applicants may be required to present more information to THRF’s independent review committee.
“We were extremely impressed in the quality of applications in our inaugural grant round at the RAH last year and are absolutely thrilled to offer another exciting opportunity to clinicians and researchers at different stages in their careers,” said THRF CEO Paul Flynn.
“Working with our independent panel, we will be providing the funds to the best research applications from clinicians and researchers from Adelaide’s BioMed Precinct, who have an affiliation with the RAH or SA Pathology (within the Central Adelaide Local Health Network) and demonstrate the most potential to make an impact in the community.
“This record amount of funding is only possible thanks to the kind support of our donors and ticket buyers in the Hospital Research Home Lottery.”
INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS
Applicants are encouraged to read the applicant guidelines before submitting an application:
BioMed City Grant Round – Guide to Applicants
BioMed City Postgraduate Research Scholarships – Guide to Applicants
BioMed City Postgraduate scholarships – information for referees
Expressions of interest and supporting documentation must be submitted by 12:00pm, Wednesday May 9 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application form – Translational Grant
Application form – Development Grant
Application form – Project Grant
Attachment A (must be completed for all Chief Investigators on all Grant Applications)
Application form – Fellowships
Application Form – Postgraduate Research Scholarship
Postgraduate Research Scholarship – Referee Report