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This Targeted Call for Research (TCR) aims to provide funding for culturally appropriate research that specifically addresses dementia in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians (referred to as ‘Indigenous Australians’ for the purposes of this TCR) and the impact on their families and carers.
Listing the recipients of funding, as well as characteristics of the successful institution or researcher, from 2013 onward.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is the Australian Government’s primary health and medical research funding agency. With NHMRC support, Australia undertakes outstanding health and medical research which has contributed to significant improvements in individual and population health.
The NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarships scheme funds successful applicants to attain a research based postgraduate degree (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or a Research Masters Degree).
Priority Round 1 is about the implementation of dementia research into clinical practice and care in various settings, such as hospitals, community, aged care facilities and general practice. Applications addressing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health are encouraged, as are applications targeted at regional and remote community health.
The NHMRC-NIHR Collaborative Research Grants scheme (NHMRC-NIHR scheme) supports Australian participation and collaboration in leading international collaborative research through the United Kingdom’s NIHR Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme. The HTA Programme funds independent research about the effectiveness, costs and broader impact of healthcare treatments and tests.
In December 2015, NHMRC signed an agreement with National Foundation for Science and Technology Development of Vietnam (NAFOSTED) which aims to promote ongoing Vietnamese-Australian scientific co-operation between researchers in the two countries.
GACD Request for Applications: Scaling-up evidence-based interventions at the population level for the prevention or management of hypertension and/or diabetes.
NHMRC provides assistance to Australian researchers to participate in collaborative research projects with international researchers through both bilateral and multilateral arrangements.
Our peer review process is integral to supporting the best health and medical research in Australia.
In April 2017, the Minister for Health, the Hon Greg Hunt MP, asked the NHMRC's CEO to fast track a Targeted Call for Research (TCR) into Lyme-like illnesses in Australia, with funding of up to $3 million. A TCR is a one-time solicitation for grant applications to address a specific health issue.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) – European Union (EU) Collaborative Research Grant scheme provides a contribution to Australian researchers participating in leading international collaborative research that has been favourably evaluated for funding under select European Commission Horizon 2020 topics.
NHMRC funds research through institutions that it has approved to administer NHMRC grants.
Information for Institutions reporting on compliance against the NHMRC Funding Agreement.
This Targeted Call for Research (TCR) aims to encourage research that addresses how frail persons can be supported to avoid hospitalisations, receive optimal care when admitted, and achieve the best health recovery outcomes, through integrated and coordinated in- and post-hospital interventions.
As part of the Australian Government’s response to potential per-and poly fluoroalkylated substances (PFAS) contamination on or near Commonwealth sites, a national research program into the human health effect of PFAS has been established.
All grants funded by the NHMRC are offered in accordance with the NHMRC Funding Agreement (31 March 2020) between NHMRC and the Administering Institution.