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Cardiovascular Research Capacity Program

Supporting high-quality cardiovascular researchers to increase national and international competitiveness of NSW cardiovascular research.

A scientist at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute investigates how to prevent heart attacks

In June 2018, the NSW Government announced a $150 million investment over 10 years into cardiovascular research. NSW’s Cardiovascular Research Capacity Program funds high quality cardiovascular research in NSW in order to drive scientific discoveries, support the development of novel and innovative therapies, and improve health outcomes for patients with cardiovascular disease.

The Cardiovascular Collaborative Grants are now open.

Collaborative Grants Workshop – 21 September 2022. 

The Cardiovascular Research Network and the Office for Health and Medical Research are co-hosting a workshop about the Cardiovascular Collaborative Grants at the offices of NSW Health, 1 Reserve Road, St Leonards and online. The workshop aims to increase the strength and competitiveness of applications and provides an opportunity to build your collaborative team.

Register HERE NOW to secure your place.

Apply now - Cardiovascular Collaborative Grants

Collaborative Grants are a new two-year development grant of up to $1 million. Targeted at NSW-led collaborations involving multiple institutions, the grants support success with national funding opportunities.

Key dates

Milestone Date
Call for Applications opens August 2022
CVRN Workshop 21 September 2022
Applications close 15 December 2022
Announcement of successful applicants April 2023
Grants paid by June 2023
Research Projects Commence July 2023

To apply

  • Cardiovascular Collaborative Grants Application Form

    DOCX - 91 KB

Cardiovascular Elite Grants

Elite Postdoctoral Researcher Grants and Research Leader Grants encourage highly talented cardiovascular researchers to move to NSW from interstate or overseas.

Nominations for Elite Grants are made by medical research institutes and universities. Individual researchers are unable to nominate themselves.

A recent opportunity to submit nominations has now closed. Applications are under review with an announcement expected later this year.

Opportunities to attract world-leading researchers to relocate from  overseas do not always align with NSW Health’s calls for nominations. Confidential inquiries about potential nominees are welcome at any time. Please email MOH-OHMRGrants@health.nsw.edu.au in the first instance.

Previous Grant opportunities

Research Leadership Grant

  • Research Leadership Nomination Form 2022

    DOCX - 84 KB

Postdoctoral Researcher Grant

  • Elite Postdoctoral Researcher Nomination Form 2022

    DOCX - 82 KB

Past recipients

The project directory lists all research projects and/or devices that have received funding through the Office of Health and Medical Research.

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