NSW Health Early-Mid Career Grant Program (closing December 5th 2023)
NSW Health is seeking to fund early and mid-career researchers who are ready to take their career to the next level by building and leading a multidisciplinary team, bringing together expert researchers and clinicians with other key stakeholders to maximise research impact.
The Heart Foundation’s 45 and Up Cardiovascular Research Grant (closing December 5th 2023)
The 45 and Up Study Cardiovascular Research Grants provides early and mid-career researchers the opportunity to gain valuable experience working with a comprehensive dataset to generate insightful research outputs and evidence in cardiovascular disease. This is an opportunity to gain experience using big data which may lead to larger studies in the future.
MRFF looks to support Australian medical research and medical innovation projects that investigate the common pathophysiological mechanisms and pathways of disease focused on patients at higher risk of poor outcomes with (1) any type of diabetes, including atypical or mixed phenotypes; (2) cardiovascular disease and type 1 diabetes; or (3) cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes.
MRFF 2023 Targeted Translation Research Accelerator—Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes Drugs and Devices (closing February 7th 2024)
MRFF supports Australian medical research and medical innovation projects that, through competitively selected national organisations partnering with small to medium enterprises (SMEs), accelerate into practice promising drugs and devices focused on cardiovascular disease and the complications of diabetes (types 1 and 2).