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MRFF – EPCDR Initiative – 2020 Bushfire Impact Research Grant Opportunity
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The Medical Research Future Fund Emerging Priorities and Consumer Driven Research (EPCDR) Initiative aims to enable or support:
- high quality biomedical, clinical, health services and/or population health research that improves patient care
- translation of new discoveries into clinical practice
- new diagnoses, treatments and cures to those suffering from rare and debilitating conditions
- joint collaboration of consumers and researchers in undertaking research in emerging priority areas, and
- many Australians with debilitating conditions.
The objective of the 2020 Bushfire Impact Research Grant Opportunity is to link researchers, institutions, policy makers and professional associations together to gather evidence on the physiological and mental health effects of bushfires and exposure to hazardous smoke over time.
Applications under Stream 1 of this grant opportunity must address evidence gaps related to the physiological effects of prolonged exposure to the 2019-20 bushfire events and hazardous bushfire smoke.
Applications under Stream 2 of this grant opportunity must address evidence gaps related to building mental health resilience following the 2019-20 bushfire events and exposure to hazardous bushfire smoke.
Your application can address Stream 1 or Stream 2, or both.
This grant opportunity is being administered by NHMRC on behalf of the Commonwealth Department of Health.
Further information on the Medical Research Future Fund and the Emerging Priorities and Consumer Driven Research Initiative is available on the Department’s website at: https://www.health.gov.au/mrff
Applications will only be accepted from NHMRC-approved Administering Institutions. A list of NHMRC-approved Administering Institutions is available for download from GrantConnect-GO documents, and on the NHMRC website at:
Applications must satisfy all the requirements set out in the 2020 Bushfire Impact Research Grant Opportunity Guidelines.
Applications must be submitted electronically using NHMRC’s online Research Grants Management System (RGMS).