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2020 PdCCRS for funding commencing in 2021
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The Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme (PdCCRS) is Cancer Australia's innovative annual national research project grants funding scheme which brings together government and other funders to collaboratively fund cancer research in identified priority areas in Australia. PdCCRS project grant applications must directly relate to a research priority area specified by Cancer Australia and/or its Funding Partners. Experienced investigators as well as Early Career Researchers with less than 7 years post-PhD or post-MBBS are eligible to apply.
Applications are invited from appropriately qualified researchers and must be submitted via the nominated NHMRC approved Administering Institution.
Applicants must submit a grant application to NHMRC through Sapphire in addition to submission of a completed PdCCRS Questions form to Cancer Australia.
Applications must be submitted to NHMRC and to Cancer Australia by the closing time and date as published in the relevant grant guidelines.
The proposed research must directly align with at least one research priority area specified by Cancer Australia or its Funding Partners.
Standard PdCCRS applications can be submitted through the NHMRC Ideas Grants or Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies grants schemes and must satisfy all the requirements set out in the NHMRC Grant Guidelines as published on GrantConnect in addition to satisfying the requirements as set out in the 2020 PdCCRS Grant Guidelines.
Early Career Researcher PdCCRS applications can be submitted through the NHMRC Ideas Grants scheme and must satisfy all the requirments set out in the NHMRC Ideas Grant Guidelines as published on GrantConnect in addition to satisfying the requirements as set out in the 2020 PdCCRS Grant Guidelines.
At the close of applications, applicants applying for Early Career Researcher Project Grants must be: less than 3 years post-PhD or post-MBBS for Category B grants; more than 3 years but less than 7 years post-PhD or post-MBBS for Category C grants; and must be less than 7 years post-PhD or post-MBBS for Category D grants.
Applicants named as Chief Invetigator A can only submit a maximum of two applications to the 2020 round of the PdCCRS. Applications to the PdCCRS will not contribute to the NHMRC capping limits provided that the NHMRC application indicates it is requesting funding only from Cancer Australia and its Funding Partners.
Applications MUST be submitted electronically using the NHMRC's Sapphire system.
Applications MUST be submitted through the relevant Administering Institution Research Administrative Office (RAO).
Additionally, the relevant PdCCRS Questions form MUST be completed when applying to Cancer Australia and its Funding Partners.
The completed PdCCRS Questions form MUST be submitted as a PDF directly to Cancer Australia at email@example.com