Under the National Competitive Grants Program, the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) provides funding opportunities for research and researchers across the full spectrum of health and medical research.
A range of complementary schemes are provided under four Priority Actions – Creating New Knowledge, Accelerating Research Translation, Building Australia’s Capabilities for Research and Translation, and Working with Partners.
Grants to Create New Knowledge Program
These grants focus on providing funding to support the research undertaken to promote the health of all Australians through the creation of knowledge.
|Program Grants ||Closed|
|Project Grants ||Closed|
Grants to Accelerate Research Translation
NHMRC’s translational schemes fund high quality researchers to conduct the research needed to support the production of scholarly evidence to inform policy and/or practice and the intellectual work to better deal with complex translation pathways.
|Centres of Research Excellence (CRE) ||Closed|
|Development Grants ||Closed|
|Targeted and Urgent Calls for Research ||Closed|
Grants to Build Australia’s Future Capability
To build Australia’s future capability for research and translation, NHMRC funds the best and brightest researchers and research teams and provides infrastructure support grants to support the infrastructure required to complete health and medical research in Australia.
|Postgraduate Scholarships ||Closed|
|Early Career Fellowships ||Closed|
|Career Development Fellowships||Closed|
|Research Fellowships ||Closed|
|Practitioner Fellowships ||Closed|
|Translating Research into Practice (TRIP) Fellowships||Closed|
Grants to Work with Partners
NHMRC Partnerships for Better Health aims to improve the availability and quality of research evidence to decision makers who design policy and to inform the policy process by supporting more effective connections between the decision makers and the researchers.
|Partnership Projects ||Closed|
|Partnership Centres ||Closed|
|Collaborative Grants ||Closed|
For more information please see the NHMRC site.