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.

Current Opportunities

Current Grants and Scholarships Opportunities

Grants and scholarships are only open for a finite period.    

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Applications are now open for the following PhD Scholarship
:

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Adelaide
investigating Alzheimer's Disease
Research institute in SA

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary District 9650
investigating Bowel Cancer
Research institute in NSW

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Templestowe
investigating Brain Cancer
Research institute in Victoria

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club ofStrathmore
investigating Dementia
Research institute in Victoria

Australian Rotary Health/David Henning Memorial Foundation
investigating Depression
Research institute in NSW

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Camberwell
investigating Organ Rejection
Research institute Australia wide

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Sunbury
investigating Paediatric Brainstem Tumours
Research institute in Victoria

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Dural
investigating Primary Lymphoedema
Research institute in Australia wide

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Manly
investigating "Has Royal Far West's Child Health and Wellbeing Strategy been
effective in improving the health of country children?
Research institute in NSW

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Belmont
investigating Skin Cancer
Research institute in WA

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Rockdale City
investigating Systemic Cancer Therapy
Research institute in NSW

Australian Rotary Health/Rotary Club of Townsville Daybreak
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nvestigating Mental Health Issues Relating to Mining
Workers, Families & Communities
Research institute - James Cook University (Townsville)


 
ALL APPLICATIONS CLOSE 4th July 2014

Research Grants

The Mental Health of Young Australians Research Grants are valued at up to $70,000 per annum for 3 years maximum. Applicants are required to submit an Expression of Interest before submitting a full application.

                 Expression of Interest application now Open
                  Download Expression of Interest Form here


                <Download Researach Project Grants Guidelines>
    Expression of Interest application round CLOSES (Friday, 6th June)
    Short-listed candidates notified to submit full grant application (Monday, 16th June)
    Short-listed candidates grant applications DUE (by Friday, 8th August)
    Successful candidates notified (Late October)

Funding Partner PhD Scholarship (round 1)

Funding Partner PhD scholarships are offered to applicants undertaking research within all health areas, to be determined by Australian Rotary Health and affiliated Rotary Clubs. Scholarships are valued at $29,000 per annum for 3.5 years maximum. Only applicants about to commence their PhD in mid-2014 or early-2015, and those without concurrent scholarship funding, are eligible to apply.

In the meantime, please see below for important dates:

    Application round OPENS (Friday, 28th March)
    Application round CLOSES (Friday, 4th July)

Funding Partner PhD Scholarship (round 2)

    Application round OPENS (Friday, 5th September)
   
Application round CLOSES (Friday, 12th December)


Ian Scott PhD Scholarships

Ian Scott PhD scholarships are offered to applicants undertaking research within mental health. Scholarships are valued at up to $29,000 per annum for 3.5 years maximum.

·        Only applicants about to commence a PhD, or already engaged in the first year of a PhD, are eligible to apply.”

    Application round is now OPENS (Friday, 2nd May)
    <Download application form here>
    Application round CLOSES (Friday, 3rd October)

Post Doctoral Fellowship

Postdoctoral Fellowships are available to early career researchers to facilitate research in the field of “the prevention of mental illness.

The Australian Rotary Health Postdoctoral Fellowships are 3 years in duration and valued at $75,000 per annum.

·              Application round is now OPEN
    <Download application form here>
    Application round CLOSES (Friday, 8th August)

Australian Rotary Health
PO Box 3455
Parramatta    2124
Bridget Moore
Research Administration Manager
Phone: 02 8837 1900
Email: bridgetmoore@australianrotaryhealth.org.au