Now open: flinders foundation health seed grant round 2019/20
The 2019/20 Flinders Foundation Health Seed Grant Round is now open to all researchers across the Flinders medical precinct including all Flinders University and Southern Adelaide Local Health Network (SALHN) researchers involved in health and medical research.
Flinders Foundation is proud to offer the grant round to support health and medical researchers from Flinders University and SALHN, made possible thanks to generous donors and supporters in the community.
Up to $25,000 in seed funding is available for each research project. The seed funding will enable researchers to produce preliminary data to apply for larger grants from national and international funding bodies and will result in many research discoveries and advances in health.
Applications must be lodged by 5pm ACST, Thursday 8th August 2019 via the application form here.
Enquires and application support can be directed Flinders University Research Development and Support team at firstname.lastname@example.org or Flinders Foundation at email@example.com
Read more here about research projects funded in the previous Health Seed Grant Round.
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A chat with... Flinders Medical Centre Neonatal Critical Care Nurse, Sue Salvemini
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Thanks to you…we did it!
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Ground-breaking research targeting brain cancer
Flinders University’s Associate Professor Simon Conn is carrying out ground-breaking research
$225,000 and a new world record!
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Developing new methods to detect Gastro
Flinders University Associate Professor Jill Carr is working to develop new methods to detect Norovirus – a common and highly infectious form of gastro.
Helping to improve the diets of young children
A Flinders Foundation Health Seed Grant is exploring whether a new phone-based app could play a role in helping to improve the diets of young children