The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)
Conference & Travel
JDRF offers travel grants to early-stage researchers throughout Australia in order to strengthen the knowledge of type 1 diabetes amongst the research community. Grants may be used for domestic or international travel to research institutions or scientific meetings, for the purpose of furthering the researcher's expertise in the study of type 1 diabetes.
The visit planned by the applicant must be relevant to type 1 diabetes and focus on one of JDRF's therapeutic areas:
- Beta Cell Therapies;
- Immune Therapies;
- Complications Therapies; or
- Glucose Control.
- Medical or science graduates who are undertaking type 1 diabetes research
- Researchers in the early stage of their career (eg PhD students or not more than 5 years post-doctoral)
- Allied health or nursing professionals undertaking work or research impacting on the lives of people with type 1 diabetes and their carers and families; or
- Allied health or nursing students, enrolled in a post graduate program, whose work/research will impact on the lives of people with type 1 diabetes and their carers and families
Up to $2,000 for domestic travel or $4,000 for international travel
For more information please refer to the website http://www.jdrf.org.au/type-1-diabetes-research/travel-grants
Indirect cost recovery:
This scheme is exempt from University of Sydney indirect costs.
Research Office Contact:
Sophie Carruthers on 86278168
14 October 2011Back