The Alport Foundation of Australia
Project Grants and Grants-in-Aid
The Alport Foundation of Australia supports all areas of research relevant to Alport Syndrome and related disorders. Alport Syndrome is an inherited disease of the kidney that affects approximately 1 in 5000 people.
The Alport Foundation of Australia has the following objectives:
- To support Australian patients with Alport Syndrome and their families
- To support quality research which provides a better outcome for those with Alport Syndrome and their families
- To raise awareness of Alport Syndrome in Australia
Applications are being accepted from Australian researchers for Project Grants and Grants in Aid up to the value of $20,000 for projects which meet the objectives of the Foundation.
Grants are to be used for projects undertaken in Australia.
It is recommended to construct a budget requesting funds up to a value of $20,000 for either a Project Grant or Grant in Aid.
For information on how to apply click here.
Indirect cost recovery:
This scheme is exempt from University of Sydney indirect costs.
Research Office Contact:
Sylvia Mendelssohn on 8627 8168
22 February 2011Back