Partnership Engagement Grants
These grants enable researchers to partner with the Heart Foundation to apply for NHMRC, ARC and other funding, for large-scale cardiovascular research projects.
The Partnership Engagement Grant (PEG) scheme offers Heart Foundation funds to leverage significant additional funding from other sources. Researchers can approach us with proposals to contribute to partnership grant applications to other funding agencies.
By partnering with the Heart Foundation, researchers benefit from association with a large, reputable organisation that will enhance their ability to attract further funding.
This scheme is predominantly aimed at NHMRC Partnerships for Better Health Projects (Partnership Projects) and ARC Linkage Projects, but other partnership grant types will be considered.
The award provides financial, reputational and in-kind support. The Heart Foundation may agree to enter into up to 2 partnership projects in any PEG round.
Current projects that have gained funding via the PEG scheme:
- A large-scale randomised trial to define the optimal front-of-pack labelling system for Australian foods. Professor Bruce Neal, University of Sydney, NSW
- The effects of front-of-pack food labelling systems and health claims on consumers’ food choices. Professor Simone Pettigrew, Curtin University of Technology, WA
- The Australia and New Zealand Fontan Registry: The ideal model to improve the adult life of children born with congenital heart disease. Professor Yves d’Udekem, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, VIC
Open to all researchers with cardiovascular research projects of interest to the Heart Foundation.
Up-front one-off funding support (project may be multi-year).
Up to $150,000 in cash contribution.
Submitting an Expression of Interest
This award closed on 19th May 2017.
Contact the Research Team:
Tel. (03) 9321 1581