The Early-Mid Career grant program provides funding to early-mid career health and medical researchers in NSW to develop skills in priority areas.
Round three is now open. There are two grants programs in this round.
Gene and cell therapy
This program is open for early-mid career researchers in the gene and gene-modified somatic cell therapy development and manufacture sectors.
Applications for this grant close on 9 April 2021.
This program is open for host organisations wishing to conduct early-mid career researcher projects in human bacteriophage therapy, including diagnostics, production and clinical translation.
Applications for this grant close on 26 March 2021.
Research Impact Assessment
This grant will provide funding to eligible host organisations to recruit an EMC researcher to undertake research impact assessments (RIAs) of NSW Ministry of Health research investments. The EMC researcher will work collaboratively with the NSW Ministry of Health to apply RIAs to grant funded research and other programs and build capability among NSW Ministry of Health staff to apply this approach.
Applications close on 9 April 2021.
Please note each grant has different application requirements and processes. For more information please see the guidelines and application forms below.
Apply now for gene and cell therapy grant
Apply now for phage therapy grant
Apply now for research impact assessment grant
The project directory lists all research projects and/or devices that have received funding through the Office for Health and Medical Research
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