Boosting Dementia Research Grants
Boosting Dementia Research Grants will provide financial support for individual researchers, teams of researchers or organisations to undertake research and implementation projects in identified priority areas that will deliver on the NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research (NNIDR) Strategic Roadmap for Dementia Research and Translation.
|Assessment Criteria||1. Relevance to the aims of the round and significance of expected outcomes (30%) |
2. Project design, methods and analyses (30%)
3. Project justification and value for money (15%)
4. Team quality and capability relevant to the project (25%)
The specific objectives of the round are to:
Under PR5, funding will be provided up to 5 years in duration and up to $15 million in total/up to $2 million per grant.
Up to $3 million will be provided by NHMRC to support partnerships of multidisciplinary, national teams via PR6. Funding is available over two years.
Under PR6, NHMRC has allocated funding to support partnerships of multidisciplinary, national teams to strengthen Australia’s national dementia data assets and capabilities to deliver high quality information and analytic methods for dementia research. The supported research will:
The Faculties have their own approval and review processes for grants under this scheme. They may also have deadlines for submission of draft applications that are earlier than Research Services deadlines. Please ensure that you contact your Faculty, as early as possible, for information on process and deadlines. Faculty contacts:
Faculty of Arts
Macquarie Business School
Faculty of Human Sciences
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Priority Round 5 & 6 Dates:
NHMRC opening date in RGMS: Friday 26 October 2018
Note: NHMRC locates all their Scheme documentation in GrantConnect. You will be required to set-up a username and password to access.
Notification Of Intent (NOI)
MQ SCHOLARSHIP SUPPORT SCHEME
|Contacts||Information and Compliance|
Research Proposals Team
Ph: +61 2 9850 4193
Ms Courtney Bendall
Research Development Manager
Ph: +61 2 9850 4745