Project Grants

MS Research Australia Project Grants

Aim: These projects require fully developed proposals for research in the MS field.
Eligibility: Successful applicants for this award will need to have strong experience in MS research.
Deadline: Applications close 2 April 2014

Important Note: Please also consider applying to NHMRC and NMSS. You must submit separate applications to other funding bodies, there is no automatic routing of applications between funding bodies.

Incubator Grant Request to Submit application (RTS)

Aim: Incubator grants provide seed funding for the early stages of new research efforts, with the aim of generating preliminary data needed to support future grant applications. A successful ‘Request to Submit’ application will demonstrate at a high level, that the research has the potential to realise the benefits of an Incubator Grant. The Incubator Grant ‘Request to Submit’ application is a very short form of the Incubator Grant. It qualifies applicants who may later be invited to submit a full Incubator Grant.
Funding Details: The maximum value of an Incubator Grant is $25,000. The research is expected to be completed within a year from the date that the grant is awarded.
Eligibility: To be considered applicants must have research experience.
Deadline: Round 1: 12 February 2014. There may be a second round in the third quarter of 2014.

Incubator Grants (Full application)

Aim: Incubator grants provide seed funding for the early stages of new research efforts, with the aim of generating preliminary data needed to support future grant applications.
Funding Details: The maximum value of an Incubator Grant is $25,000. The research is expected to be completed within a year from the date that the grant is awarded.
Eligibility: To be granted these awards applicants must be INVITED to submit this application after successfully submitting an Incubator Grant ‘Request to Submit’ application (see above).
Deadline: Applications for these grants are by invitation following on from the ‘Request to Submit’ application round.

Proteomics Incubator Grant Request to Submit application (RTS)

Aim: Incubator grants provide seed funding for the early stages of new research efforts, with the aim of generating preliminary data needed to support future grant applications. Proteomics Incubator Grants are for research that is done in collaboration with the MS Research Australia Proteomics Platform investigators. A successful ‘Request to Submit’ application will demonstrate at a high level, that the research has the potential to realise the benefits of an Incubator Grant. The Incubator Grant ‘Request to Submit’ application is a very short form of the Incubator Grant. It qualifies applicants who may later be invited to submit a full Incubator Grant.
Funding Details: The maximum value of an Incubator Grant is $25,000. The research is expected to be completed within a year from the date that the grant is awarded.
Eligibility: To be considered applicants must have experience in MS research.
Deadline: Round 1: 12 February 2014. There may be a second round in the third quarter of 2014.

Important Note: For more information on the facilities available through the MS Research Australia Proteomics Platform please see here. To discuss Proteomics research projects and Proteomic Incubator Grant applications please email Professor Shaun McColl.

Proteomics Incubator Grants (Full application)

Aim: Incubator grants provide seed funding for the early stages of new research efforts, with the aim of generating preliminary data needed to support future grant applications. Proteomics Incubator Grants are for research that is done in collaboration with the MS Research Australia Proteomics Platform investigators. Funding Details: The maximum value of an Incubator Grant is $25,000. The research is expected to be completed within a year from the date that the grant is awarded.
Eligibility: To be granted these awards applicants must be INVITED to submit this application after successfully submitting an Incubator Grant ‘Request to Submit’ application (see above).
Deadline: Applications for these grants are by invitation following on from the ‘Request to Submit’ application round.

Important Note: For more information on the facilities available through the MS Research Australia Proteomics Platform please see here. To discuss Proteomics research projects and Proteomic Incubator Grant applications please email Professor Shaun McColl.