NHMRC Funding Schemes
There are many NHMRC funding opportunities under the headings below. If you are planning to submit a NHMRC application, please lodge it with Swinburne Research by the appropriate internal closing date. For more information on any NHMRC grants, please contact Sheila Hamilton-Brown on extension 5935 or email@example.com.
The NHMRC uses Research Grants Management System (RGMS) for application submission. Please ensure you update your profile and CV. If you need assistance, please contact Stefanie Johnstone on extension 3807 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also note that most NHMRC schemes now require minimum data; please note the date minimum data is required as any applications initiated after this date will not be accepted by the NHMRC.
IMPORTANT - Advice and Instructions to NHMRC Applicants
The table below indicates all of the NHMRC funding opportunities available this year. If you are planning to submit a NHMRC application, please lodge it with Swinburne Research by the appropriate internal closing date indicated below.
Schemes open for application
Note: Internal close dates are hard deadlines. Requests for extension due to exceptional circumstances may be referred to the DVC (R & D) for consideration.
|Funding Scheme||Applications Open||Internal Close|
|2014 NHMRC - EU Collaborative Research Grants||TBA||TBA|
|2014 Research Fellowships||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 Practitioner Fellowships||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 Centres of Research Excellence (CRE)||CLOSED||CLOSED|
2014 Project Grants*
|2014 Career Development Fellowships||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 Early Career Fellowships||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 TRIP Fellowships||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 Program Grants||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 Partnership Projects- 1st Call||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 Partnership Projects - 2nd Call||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 Postgraduate Scholarships||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|2014 Development Grants||CLOSED||CLOSED|
* Please note that whilst Project Grants aren't currently open for applications, if you are interested in submitting an application in the future, you may find this document useful