Project Grants & Grants in Aid
Before applying for research grant funding, you must read the Arthritis Australia Guidelines & Instructions and Frequently Asked Questions documentation.
Project Grant for translational research$50,000AUD
This grant is for translational research with a direct benefit to health consumers e.g. to improve quality of life for patients with musculoskeletal disease or to advance knowledge in clinical areas where there is therapeutic uncertainty.
ARA Project Grant$75,000AUD
Two project grants ($50,000 & $25,000). These grants are available to members of the ARA who wish to come into research and aims to facilitate entry back into research. The track record of applicant is not a pre-requisite but the applicant will have to have an innovative, feasible and well designed research project undertaken in collaboration with an established research unit.
The Grace E Cameron Grant$25,000AUD
Eventide Homes Grant$20,000AUD
H J & G J McKenzie Grant$50,000AUD
For research into rheumatoid arthritis
Marion A Simpson Grant$25,000AUD
For research info rheumatoid arthritis
Arthritis Queensland Grant in Aid$15,000AUD
The Arthritis Queensland Grant in Aid is a grant to support translational research that seeks to improve the ‘patient experience’ for people living with arthritis and musculoskeletal conditions. Preference is for a Queensland researcher who must be agreeable to developing a partnership with Arthritis Queensland (AQ) e.g. participate in relevant AQ marketing campaigns; be willing to communicate with AQ stakeholders. The Arthritis Queensland Grant in Aid is available to new researchers (up to 6 years post phd) or allied health researchers.
Arthritis Australia and State & Territory Affiliate Project Grants & Grants in Aid
Various grants to be offered for research into rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, juvenile idiopathic arthritis and general research.
Click here for more information on how to apply.
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