Australian Government - Office for Sport
Anti-Doping Research Program
Humanities & Social Sciences; Health Sciences; Sciences & Engineering
The Government provides funding for scientific and social science anti-doping research through the Anti-Doping Research Program (ADRP). The ADRP is funded under the Government's Sport Anti-Doping Program, which also supports Australia's international anti-doping commitments to the World Anti-Doping Agency and UNESCO.
The Anti-Doping Research Program (ADRP) provides funding to academic and scientific organisations for new anti-doping research to improve the analytical capability for detecting the use of banned substances and doping agents in sport; and to better understand doping behaviours and inform practical doping deterrence strategies.
see application guide for details
The proposed project budget must not exceed $250,000 in total and $150,000 in any 12 month period.
Indirect cost recovery:
This scheme is subject to University of Sydney indirect costs.
Research Office Contact:
Gab Fuller on 8627 8113
23 September 2011Back