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NHMRC-NIHR Collaborative Research Grant Scheme 2023
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The NHMRC-NIHR Collaborative Research Grant scheme supports Australian participation in international collaborative research through the UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme.
NHMRC intends to invite Australian researchers listed on successful applications submitted to Stage 1 to apply for NHMRC support of the Australian component of the research under the following topics:
- 22/146 Maintenance treatment for bipolar disorder
- 22/147 Pseudomonas aeruginosa eradication treatment in bronchiectasis
- 22/148 Surgical treatment of proximal ACL ruptures with ACL repair or ACL reconstruction
- 22/150 Intravesical treatments for recurrent urinary tract infection (rUTI) in women
- 22/152 Through-knee versus above-knee major limb amputation
- 22/155 Oral versus intramuscular glucocorticoids in rheumatoid arthritis
- 22/154 Bisphosphonate therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy
- 22/156 Children and young people's mental health
- 22/157 Interventions to reduce hospital-based medication administration errors
- 22/158 Inhibition of the renin-angiotensin system in takotsubo cardiomyopathy
- 22/166 Rehabilitation and care following stroke
- 22/167 Imaging pathways for investigation following heart failure diagnosis
- 22/168 The diagnostic accuracy of colon capsule endoscopy
For further information, see NIHR HTA funding page.
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-NIHR Collaborative Research Grant Scheme 2023 Grant Opportunity Guidelines.
1 to 5 years
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 researchers who are listed on the successful applications submitted during Stage 1:
- NIHR will advise NHMRC of those invited to submit a Stage 2 application
- 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.