The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) – California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) Collaborative Research Grants scheme has been established to support Australian-based components of collaborative research grants. An NHMRC research grant of up to 3 years duration will be offered to support project work to be conducted by Partner Investigators located in Australia.
Apply for funding under this program
In 2013 NHMRC will support Australian-based components of collaborative research grants as part of RFA 13-05: CIRM Tools and Technologies III Awards
This RFA intends to support the creation, design and testing of broadly applicable novel tools and technologies and the optimization, improvement, standardization or scale-up of existing tools or technologies for addressing translational bottlenecks to stem cell therapies. Such approaches could include, but are not limited to tissue engineering technologies to enhance cell delivery, survival and integration, the development of biomarkers and assays for stem cell biodistribution, pharmacodynamics and immunological monitoring and stem cell process development advances.
Please note that carriage of administration and assessment responsibilities are with CIRM.
Applicants seeking to apply for support from this scheme should visit the CIRM website for details on how to apply for the appropriate Request for Applications.
Australian-based Partner Investigators (API) on applications favorably peer reviewed by CIRM will be invited to apply to NHMRC for support for the Australian-based components of the research. APIs will be required to submit an application to NHMRC online via the Research Grants Management System (RGMS). The API must be Chief Investigator A on the application submitted to NHMRC under this scheme.
Applicants, who are not yet registered on RGMS, should contact the Research Help Centre on email@example.com for more information.
A complete application for this scheme will consist of:
- Parts A and B of the application form
- The relevant information in your RGMS Profile and CV
- The uploaded PDF Document containing the application submitted to CIRM
Prior to submission, applicants must ensure they:
- read all relevant reference material
- contact their Administering Institution to identify any specific Institutional requirements.
|Pre-Applications due to CIRM||5:00 pm (Pacific Standard Time), January 7, 2014|
|Invitations for full Applications sent out by CIRM||Mid - April, 2014|
|Full Applications due to CIRM||5:00 pm (Pacific Daylight Time), June 10, 2014|
|Review of full Applications by Grants Working Group (GWG)||Mid -September, 2014|
|Review and Approval by ICOC||December 2014|
|Earliest Funding of Awards||TBC|
Contact for further information
For more information please contact:
NHMRC – CIRM Collaborative Research Grants
GPO Box 1421
CANBERRA ACT 2601
Outcomes of NHMRC – CIRM Collaborative Research Grants and previous Program description
RFA 11-02: CIRM Early Translational Awards III (Closed 15 Dec 2011).