NSW Cardiovascular Research Network Research Development Project Grant
Applications are now open
The NSW Cardiovascular Research Network Research Development Project Grant has been developed to stimulate, fund and support new collaborative research proposals relevant to cardiovascular disease, including stroke, diabetes and kidney disease, which will reduce the burden of disease and translate into better health outcomes.
The Heart Foundation (NSW Division) has facilitated the establishment of the NSW Cardiovascular Research Network (CVRN), a collaboration of cardiovascular research institutes, organisations and individuals seeking to increase funded collaborative research and support the research workforce.
Information for applicants
The $200,000 Project Grant is for a research project that has been designed to be a collaborative effort amongst current NSW CVRN members.
The research supported by this grant must be carried out at institutions in NSW. All participants who are a part of the successful application must be affiliated with a current and financial member organisation of the NSW CVRN.
Research projects must be relevant to cardiovascular disease, including stroke, diabetes or kidney disease.
Up to two awards will be offered in 2015.
Applying for a NSW CVRN Development Project Grant
Closing date: 3 July 2015
For more information please contact the Research Program on (03) 9321 1581 or email firstname.lastname@example.org