Mental Health Grants Awarded for 2014

A high volume of Grants were awarded over the years for interesting and significant areas of research.  In 2014 Grants  and Scholarships totalled $1,386,793. These included 12 Mental Health Research Grants, 17 Ian Scott PhD Scholarships and 2 Postdoctoral Fellowship.

Ian Scott PhD Scholarship

Australian Rotary Health invites applications from recent graduates looking to build a career in the area of MENTAL ILLNESS research for the Ian Scott Scholarship.   Key objectives of the Scholarship include: the provision of finacial support for local Research projects which have the potential to enhance the health of the community; stimulate research activities by facilitating communication between participants in specified fields and supporting specific research fields for a minimum of three years.


The Board has determined a standard procedure for the application for grants. Within this procedure, reference is made to the advertising in the National Press, Australian Medical Journal and RDU calling for applications.

Funding Partners

A Rotary Club or Rotary district may form a partnership with Australian Rotary Health to jointly fund a research project grant or a research scholarship in an area of health that is not the current focus for the Fund.

Mental Illness Research Grants

Australian Rotary Health invites applications from individuals or research teams in clinical or public health fields for grants in support of research projects.

Research Requirements

In addition to the usual criteria of excellence and track record, priority will be given to innovated research applications. Applications will be assessed on the following particular areas. 
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Ian Scott Scholarship
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Mental Health First Aid Research
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Mental Health Research 2009
Ian, Kristie & Jean
Funding Partner Scholarship
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