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NHMRC-NEURON 2023: Mechanisms of Resilience and Vulnerability to Environmental Challenges in Mental Health Guidelines
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NHMRC aims to support Australian-based researchers who are participating as collaborators in transnational research projects through The Network of European Funding for Neuroscience Research (NEURON) Call for Proposals for Multinational Research Projects on Mechanisms of Resilience and Vulnerability to Environmental Challenges in Mental Health.
This upcoming call will consider applications that have a focus on at least one of the following areas:
- Fundamental research addressing mental health vulnerability and resilience including the pathogenesis, aetiology, progression, treatment, and prevention of mental diseases initiated by exposure to adverse environmental challenges. This may include the use of knowledge on neurobiological mechanisms for the development of innovative technologies with the potential to promote mental health, reduce the incidence of mental disorders and improve clinical outcomes.
Clinical research addressing mental health vulnerability and resilience aiming to develop novel strategies for prevention, diagnosis, patient stratification, therapy and/or rehabilitation for mental diseases initiated by exposure to adverse environmental challenges. This may include research proposals aiming at the identification of neurobiological targets to enhance resilience.
Further information and the NERUON Call Text: https://www.neuron-eranet.eu/joint-calls/bio-medical/2023-resilience/
Applications will only be accepted from NHMRC approved Administering Institutions. A list of NHMRC approved Administering Institutions is available at:
Applications must satisfy all the requirements set out in the NHMRC-NEURON 2023: Mechanisms of Resilience and Vulnerability to Environmental Challenges in Mental Health Guidelines.
1 to 3 years
From $0.00 to $3,000,000.00
Applications must be submitted electronically using NHMRC’s online grants management system (Sapphire) unless otherwise advised by NHMRC
The following information is specific to the NHMRC application process for Australian-based regular partners of consortia which have been invited to submit full applications by NEURON:
- The NEURON secretariat will advise NHMRC of those invited to submit full applications.
- NHMRC will then invite the relevant Australian researchers via email to submit applications for NHMRC funding through Sapphire.
Australian applicants must provide all documentation and budget requests as instructed in the Grant Guidelines document.