Haemophilia Foundation Australia (HFA)
Internet link: http://www.haemophilia.org.au/
Grants are now available for medical, scientific or social research which will improve outcomes for people with haemophilia, von Willebrand disorder or related inherited bleeding disorders, and/or medically acquired blood borne viruses.
Objectives of The Fund:
- To promote and support research in Australia on haemophilia including, but not limited to:-
- Projects concentrating on the causes and prevention of haemophilia.
- Applied research where results are likely (in the foreseeable future) to directly assist people with haemophilia.
- To provide funds to non-profit organisations or institutions, including HFA, Member Foundations and Haemophilia Centres, providing such funds are exclusively applied to the purpose of promoting and supporting medical and social haemophilia research in Australia.
- To establish and grant fellowships, scholarships, bursaries and grants in aid, for the purpose of promoting and supporting haemophilia research in Australia.
- To promote and support the presentation of lectures, seminars, conferences and classes calculated to advance, encourage and promote haemophilia research in Australia.
- To maintain a national register on haemophilia research in Australia.
- (To support and evaluate pilot projects designed to initiate new services or update existing services provided for people with haemophilia and their families.
An amount of $20,000 is available for one or more projects to be undertaken over the next year.
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Indirect cost recovery:
This scheme is exempt from University of Sydney indirect costs.
Research Office Contact:
Adi Piersol on 8627 8447
12 August 2011Back