NHMRC - Other Schemes

Status

OPEN

Funding body

National Health and Medical Research Council

Internal deadlines

StageREQ'D?SUBMISSION
Boosting Dementia Research Grants - Priority Round 3: National Dementia Network
Submit Notice of Intent to Submit (NOIS) form M 27 Sep 2017
Email Deakin Research Grants
Applications open in RGMS
13 Sep 2017
Final application in RGMS, Certification forms and Consents M 18 Oct 2017
Email snapshot reports and all uploaded documents to Deakin NHMRC Submissions

Email DU Certification form(s) and AI consents to Deakin NHMRC Submissions

Minimum data requirements must be met on RGMS by the relevant deadline. Applications that miss this deadline will not be able to submit an application to the NHMRC.



NHMRC-European Union Collaborative Research Grants for funding commencing in 2018
Submit Notice of Intent to Submit (NOIS) form M Aug 2017
Email Deakin Research Grants
Applications open in RGMS
Oct 2017 (TBC)
Final application in RGMS, Certification forms and Consents M Late Oct 2017 (TBC)
Email snapshot reports and all uploaded documents to Deakin NHMRC Submissions

Email DU Certification form(s) and AI consents to Deakin NHMRC Submissions

Minimum data requirements must be met on RGMS by the relevant deadline. Applications that miss this deadline will not be able to submit an application to the NHMRC.

O - Optional / M - Mandatory

Overview

NHMRC-European Union Collaborative Research Grants commencing in 2018

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)-European Union (EU) Collaborative Research Grants scheme aims to provide assistance to Australian researchers to participate in multinational research collaborative projects with international researchers that have been selected for funding under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020.

Projects involving Australian researchers based in Australia that are chosen by the European Commission (EC) for funding, may be eligible for NHMRC support of up to $500,000.

Applications will only be eligible for NHMRC Support if they have been submitted to the European Commission and has been successful through the EU process under the following  Horizon 2020 calls:

Societal Challenges – Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing

  1. SC1-PM-02-2017: New concepts in patient stratification
  2. SC1-PM-07-2017: Promoting mental health and well-being in the young
  3. SC1-PM-10-2017: Comparing the effectiveness of existing healthcare interventions in the adult population
  4. SC1-PM-15-2017: Personalised coaching for well-being and care of people as they age
  5. SC1-PM-16-2017: In-silico trials for developing and assessing biomedical products
  6. SC1-PM-17-2017: Personalised computer modelisation and in-silico systems for well-being

Industrial Leadership – Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Advanced Manufacturing and Processing, and Biotechnology calls:

  1. NMBP-13-2017: Cross-cutting KETs for diagnostics at the point-of-care
  2. NMBP-14-2017: Regulatory Science Framework for assessment of risk benefit ratio of Nanomedicines and Biomaterials
  3. NMBP-15-2017: Nanotechnologies for imaging cellular transplants and regenerative process in vivo

For more information, visit NHMRC scheme webpage.

Boosting Dementia Research Grants - Priority Round 3: National Dementia Network

The objective of the Network is to improve the lives of people with dementia, as well as accelerating translation of interventions to treat and prevent dementia beginning with establishing and maintaining a national dementia registry as a national resource.

Flowing from the registry, the Network is expected to deliver the following outcomes:

  1. report on the natural history, disease trajectory and outcomes of dementia and cognitive impairment in accordance with the Framework for Australian clinical quality registries developed by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
  2. establish suitable cohorts of highly characterised individuals as part of the registry that could participate in targeted and relevant clinical trials, and
  3. develop a network of trial sites, which can be used for clinical dementia trials.

To achieve the intended outcomes, the Network will need to be an effective collaboration of dementia researchers as well as experts in clinical quality improvement, epidemiology, biostatistics, clinical data management, bioethics, privacy law and research governance. To ensure adequate recruitment to the registry the Network will need to engage appropriately with primary care and clinician practitioner groups, memory clinics, hospitals, service providers and consumer groups.

For more information, visit NHMRC scheme webpage

How to apply

  1. Submit a Notice of Intent to Submit (NOIS) (DOC, 18.2KB) form  by email to Deakin Research Grants
  2. Liaise with your faculty/SRC.
  3. Read the Funding Rules and Instructions to Applicants (Refer to NHMRC scheme webpage).
  4. Commence your online application in the NHMRC Research Grants Management System - RGMS.
  5. Work with your DR-Grants case manager.
  6. Organise relevant Deakin Certification forms, and AI consents.
  7. Final application must be on RGMS by Final application due date; email snapshot reports, certification forms, consents & all uploaded documents to Deakin NHMRC Submissions
  8. Please note that minimum data requirements must be met on RGMS by the NHMRC deadline. Applications that miss this deadline will not be able to submit an application to the NHMRC.

Resources

NHMRC documents

Please check specific NHMRC scheme webpages for the Application Templates, Funding Rules, Advice and Instructions to applicants, and Guide to Peer Review.

NHMRC-European Union Collaborative Research Grants

Boosting Dementia Research Grants - Round 3: National Dementia Network

Deakin University Templates