Spinnaker 2020 Grants Open Monday 8 July

Spinnaker 2020 Grants Open Monday 8 July

Post by: Spinnaker Foundation
Post on: July 4, 2019

Spinnaker Health Research Foundation are delighted to announce that 2020 Grants will be open to Expressions of Interest on Monday 8 July.

A commitment to capacity building, research collaboration and the translation of research to both knowledge and practice underpins the ethos of Spinnaker Health Research Foundation.

Spinnaker grants aim to assist researchers in becoming more competitive for national and international funding and since 1996 the grants we have awarded have been leveraged to achieve a further $20,000,000 in project funding.

There will be two grant pools offered in 2020, Early Career Research and Seed Grants, with multiple grants awarded in each category to a maximum of $15,000 each.
In exceptional circumstances, at the discretion of the Board of Trustee Directors of Spinnaker Health Research Foundation, and upon advice of the Scientific Advisory Committee, projects of a higher value may be considered.

POOL A
Early Career Research grants are offered to encourage people at the beginning of their career to undertake a research project for the benefit of prevention, diagnosis and/or treatment of known health conditions

POOL B
Seed Grants are our commitment to funding research that seeks to test a theory, explore a new idea or prepare a project for a larger funding application.

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST WILL BE AVAILABLE TO DOWNLAOD HERE FROM 9AM MONDAY 8 JULY 2019.

EOI’s must be submitted by close of business, Friday 9 August 2019.

Shortlisted applicants will be approached by invitation to submit an application in October.

There will be an Information Session on Wednesday 17 July, 8am and a Grant Writing information session on Friday 19 July, 12pm at Fiona Stanley Hospital.

To register for a session, please contact Dani Ryder, Development Officer at dani.ryder@health.wa.gov.au or 08 6152 6278.

Please direct all grant enquiries to Dani Ryder, Development Officer at dani.ryder@health.wa.gov.au