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NHMRC-AMED 2022 Dementia Collaborative Research Scheme funding commencing in 2022
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The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED) are pleased to invite proposals to the NHMRC AMED 2022 Dementia Collaborative Research Scheme.
The Grant Opportunity invites applications that look to further understand the many potential causes of dementia, modifiable lifestyle risk and protective factors that may prevent or delay the onset of dementia.
The Grant Opportunity is open to early career researchers as the lead Chief Investigator, supported by established researchers, wishing to apply their knowledge and expertise to the collaborative project.
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.
This call will support research partnerships between Australia and Japan in the area of dementia research.
Eligibility is dependent on the following:
- Projects require joint support from AMED, i.e. a research project must consist of an Australian research team collaborating with a research team seeking support from AMED in the relevant call.
- Australian researchers must submit an application to NHMRC to be considered for the NHMRC-AMED 2022 Dementia Collaborative Research Scheme.
- Japanese based research teams are required to submit their applications to AMED in line with the applicable requirements within the AMED grant guidelines.
- Attachment of the joint Common Application (including grant proposal) to the NHMRC application form.
- Chief Investigator A (CIA) must be an Early Career Researcher (refer to Glossary).
For the full list of eligibility criteria, please refer to Section 4 of the NHMRC-AMED 2022 Dementia Collaborative Research Scheme grant guidelines.
From $100,000.00 to $500,000.00
Applications must be submitted electronically using NHMRC’s online Sapphire Grant Management System unless otherwise advised by NHMRC.
A complete NHMRC-AMED 2022 Dementia Collaborative Research Scheme application must consist of the following:
- Completion of all elements of the NHMRC AMED 2022 Dementia Collaborative Research Scheme online application form;
- Completion of all elements of the Sapphire My Profile section; and
- An uploaded PDF document containing the Common Application (including your Grant Proposal).
Note – The Common Application form must also be submitted to AMED via the Japan-based applicant.
Minimum data must be entered into NHMRC’s granting system by 5:00 pm (ACT Local Time) on 8 June 2022.