The Heart Foundation awards ‘Project’ funding in the form of Grants-in-Aid to teams of researchers for a specific piece of research or a component of a larger project. A Grant-in-Aid can help establish a researcher’s independent career. These awards can also provide an important source of funding to help researchers obtain the preliminary data and evidence required to be a contender for larger funding awards in future.
The Heart Foundation awards Grants-in-Aid to support biomedical, clinical or public health research relevant to cardiovascular disease and related disorders.
Grant-in-Aid funding is valued at up to $65,000p.a.
The closing date for Heart Foundation Grant-in-Aid applications has now been extended until 5pm 05 April 2011 to coincide with the NHMRC Grant deadline extension.
For more information please see the website: http://www.heartfoundation.org.au/Professional_Information/Research/Available_Funding/Grants-in-aid/Pages/default.aspx
Indirect cost recovery:
This scheme is exempt from University of Sydney indirect costs.
Research Office Contact:
Gab Fuller on 8627 8113
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