NHMRC 2013 Applications for 2014 Funding
Research funding administered by NHMRC is organised into three categories:
These provide funding to support the research undertaken to promote the health of Australians.
The Project Grants Scheme is the NHMRC’s main avenue of support for individuals and small teams of researchers undertaking biomedical, public health and health services research in Australian universities, medical schools, hospitals and other research institutions.
|Infrastructure Support grants||These provide funding to support the infrastructure required to complete health and medical research in Australia.|
|People Support grants and fellowships||These provide funding to support the people required to complete health and medical research in Australia.|
- Category Descriptors and Assessment Criteria
- NHMRC Project Grant Application 2013 for 2014 funding - First Draft Proposal Template
Research Grants Management System (RGMS)
The RGMS is the NHMRC’s grants administration, reporting and awarded grants system.RGMS allows users to:
- submit and manage grant applications online and
- maintain a Curriculum Vitae (CV)
Applicants who are not yet registered on RGMS, should contact the Research Help Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
NHMRC Project Grant Round Dates and Deadlines
|Continued review of first draft proposal(all applicants)||
3 December 2012
|First draft proposal to assessors is due.|
|Review of second draft proposal
(identified applicants only)
21 January 2013
Second draft proposal** to assessors due. Fully developed research plan, CI roles, CI track records, justified budget.
**Applies to selected proposals only
25 February 2013
Project Grant Applications due.
*NHMRC Fellowship applicants: Please complete and submit an NOI by 2 November. Fellowship applicants will be assessed under a review process which is separate to the Project Grant Review.
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