We have shortlisted a range of upcoming health research grant opportunities. If you would like assistance in preparing your application, please get in touch to discuss how BIRCH can help.
VicHealth: Reimagining Health Grants VicHealth is offering grants of up to $3K, $10K or $50K for local organisations who can support young people (aged 0-25 years) or Victorians experiencing disadvantage, by creating meaningful social connection, providing opportunities for physical activity or by addressing food security issues. Open now MORE INFO
NHMRC: Million Minds Mental Health Research Mission Minimum data closes 28 October 2020 Applications close 11 November 2020 MORE INFO
NHMRC: Primary Health Care Research initiative
Minimum data closes 28 October 2020 Applications close 11 November 2020 MORE INFO
NHMRC: Health Partnership Projects Partnership Projects will support connections, within the Australian context, that translate research evidence into health policy and health practice, to improve health services and processes. Open: 1 April 2020 Closes: 2 December 2020 MORE INFO
MRFF: First 2000 Days, and Childhood Health Grant Opportunity The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Preventive and Public Health Research Initiative will support research that focuses on one or more of the following priorities:
Early childhood, or
Exercise and nutrition.
Opens: 12 October 2020 Closes: 3 February 2021 MORE INFO
Ian Potter Foundation: Medical Research Grants To support the provision of equipment and capital infrastructure to support outstanding medical research groups. Open: 19 October 2020 Close: 22 January 2021 Announced: April 2021 MORE INFO
Ian Potter Foundation: Public Health Research Grants In this stream the Foundation will consider applications for research on:
Improving health outcomes for Indigenous Australians
Prevention of anxiety, depression and substance abuse in older Australians
Prevention of chronic ill health and disease including obesity, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes through the amelioration of common determinants and risk factors.
Open: 19 October 2020 Close: 22 January 2021 Announced: April 2021 MORE INFO