Tag: grants

Funding research! A funders or donor’s intent relates to the purposeful state of mind behind the act of giving. The desire and hope that their the gift will contribute to achieve a greater community good is often philanthropist’s underlying intent. The same can be said about the community’s willingness to give or support a cause. […]

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Wednesday, 22 November 2017 NFMRI announces more than $1.7 million to fund Australian medical research innovations The National Foundation for Medical Research and Innovation (NFMRI) celebrated 40 years of supporting medical research this evening. At a dinner held at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney, with special guest speaker Mark Carnegie, NFMRI recognised important […]

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Expressions of interest for the 2017 annual grant round are now open and close on Thursday 6th April 2017. The general call for EOI in 2017 is only open for Portfolio 2 and Portfolio 3 applications this year.  The common focus of portfolio 2 and 3 grants is enabling researchers to access research capability and capacity […]

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Health and medical research means different things to different people.   Many start by thinking of a specific disease or condition.  For others, research might entail support for community access, improved health services, bedside or clinical care, wellness and prevention programs, nutrition, education and other aspects including the analysis and understanding of disease prevalence and incidence. All […]

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  The process of applying for grants has never been uniform or easy. Different foundations or funding bodies have different processes, rules, guidelines and eligibility requirements. That being said, hopefully the following considerations will help: Do your homework This sounds simple, but in reality so many applicants don’t take the small amount of time required […]

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