MSRA Postdoctoral Fellowship
Aim:The MSRA Postdoctoral fellowship is open to those candidates who have achieved their PhD within the last twelve years. MSRA may also consider applications from students in the final year of their PhD studies. The duration of the Postdoctoral fellowship is typically three years. Typical Grant-in-Aid amount may be $70-80,000 per year. In order to increase your chances of funding please also consider applying for a NHMRC Early Career or Career Development award.
Eligibility: Applicants must have been awarded their PhD within the last 12 years (consideration will also be given to final year PhD students).
Deadline: Applications close 23 April 2013
MSRA NHMRC Betty Cuthbert Fellowship
Aim: The successful applicants will be given $70,000 either fully funded by the NHMRC, or co-funded by the NHMRC and MSRA to pursue MS research in the areas of biomedical, clinical or population health.
Eligibility: For this Award applicants must have qualified to begin their PhD. applications. Please note if you have submitted a MSRA Postdoctoral scholarship application form you will automatically be considered by MSRA for a possible co-funding opportunity. However you must also complete an application to NHMRC as well which will have an earlier closing date to MSRA.
Deadline: MSRA - 23 April 2013, NHMRC - 6 March 2013
MSRA-NHMRC TRIP Fellowship
NHMRC TRIP Fellowships provide support for health care professionals (e.g hospital-based doctors, general practitioners, physiotherapists, nurses, midwives, radiologists, and other allied health providers), health care personnel (health service managers, hospital department leaders, clinical trial managers) and policy makers to translate evidence into health care and public health improvements.
Aim: MSRA partners with the NHMRC to offer this Fellowship to health care professionals working towards the provision of evidence-based treatment and care of people with MS.
This two-year part-time Fellowship provides the opportunity to undertake a practical project and to develop a leadership role in the uptake and implementation of evidence in the care and treatment of MS. The successful candidate will be granted salary support of $65,344 pa (based on $130,689 /annum FTE); and $20,000 pa for the professional development in leadership and implementation science training allowance.
Please note: Changes have been made to the scheme this year and prospective applicants are advised to visit the NHMRC TRIP Fellowship website for further information and to review the funding rules and application guidelines.
Eligibility: This Award will be granted to a clinical or allied health researcher or policy maker. Applications MUST be submitted to the NHMRC.
Deadline: 1 May 2013