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NHMRC e-ASIA Joint Research Program 2020 Grant Opportunity funding commencing in 2021
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The NHMRC e-ASIA Joint Research Program supports Australian participation and collaboration in leading international research through the e-ASIA Joint Research Program (e-ASIA JRP). The e-ASIA JRP supports international joint research projects in the East Asia region.
The e-ASIA JRP selects research projects through an open call for proposals. Fields of cooperation are decided among the e-ASIA participating member organisations and funding is for up to three years.
NHMRC is supporting Australian researchers for the following research topics in the e-ASIA JRP 9th Health Research and Environment calls:
- Infectious Diseases
- Mental Health
- Climate Change Impact on Human Health
Further information on the e-ASIA JRP 9th Health Research and Environment calls is available from the e-ASIA website:
Applications will only be accepted from NHMRC-approved Administering Institutions. A list of NHMRC-approved Administering Institutions and NHMRC’s Administering Institution policy are available on NHMRC’s website.
Applications must satisfy all the requirements set out in the NHMRC e-ASIA Joint Research Program Grant Scheme 2020 Guidelines.
Applications will be excluded from consideration if the following eligibility requirements are not met:
- There must be a minimum of three member organisations participating in a call topic.
- Applications specific to each participating member organisation must be completed by the Chief Investigator A (CIA) in their country (e.g. Australian CIA submit to NHMRC while the Japanese CIA submit to Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development).
Three (3) years
Applications must be submitted electronically using NHMRC’s online Sapphire Grant Management System unless otherwise advised by NHMRC.
A complete NHMRC e-ASIA JRP Scheme application must consist of the following:
- Completion of all elements of the NHMRC e-ASIA online application form;
- Completion of all elements of the Sapphire My Profile section;
- An uploaded PDF document containing your Grant Proposal; and
- An uploaded PDF copy of the submitted e-ASIA Common Application form.
Note – The common application form must be first submitted to the e-ASIA JRP secretariat by the collaborative project Lead Principal Investigator (PI). The Common Application form is available from the e-ASIA website:
Minimum data must be entered into NHMRC’s granting system by 17:00 AEDT on 29 April 2020.