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Applications are now open for the MNDRIA 2017 funding round for research grants commencing in 2018. Funding decisions will be made by the MNDRIA Research Committee at a Grants Allocation Meeting on 9 November 2017.

MNDRIA research grants are listed on the Australian Competitive Grants Register. This enables universities receiving grants from MNDRIA to receive additional funds from the Australian Government Research Block Grants which contribute to infrastructure costs associated with the funded research projects. All MNDRIA research grants (except travel grants and student scholarships) are eligible.
 

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The Betty Laidlaw MND Research Prize

The Betty Laidlaw MND Research Prize aims to reward an outstanding *mid-career researcher with a demonstrated background of excellence in neuroscience research.

The Prize is for an innovative 12-month project to advance the understanding of **classical MND with a clear potential for effective treatments. It aims to support research commencing in the calendar year 2018.

*Mid-career researcher for the purpose of this grant is defined as a person with a PhD or equivalent research doctorate who, at 30 September 2017, has at least five years but no more than 10 years postdoctoral research experience from the date their doctoral thesis was passed.

**Classical MND includes amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) & bulbar palsies (progressive bulbar palsy and pseudobulbar palsy), progressive muscular atrophy (PMA) and primary lateral sclerosis (PLS).

Definition of forms of MND supported by MNDRIA

Applicants
Mid-career neuroscience researchers working in Australia. Applicants must be Australian citizens or have permanent resident status.

Grant
Up to $250,000 for one year

Deadline
Friday 25 August 2017, 6 pm AEST

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Grants-in-aid

Seed-funding for research that is innovative and has a clear relationship to the causes, treatments and cures of MND or the support of people living with MND. 
 
Grants-in-aid support research for one year commencing in the calendar year 2018. 

See the list of named grants-in-aid available this year.

Definition of forms of MND supported by MNDRIA

Applicants
MND researchers working in Australia in applied research or fields relevant to the treatment or cure of MND. Applicants must be Australian citizens or have permanent resident status.
 
Grant
Up to $100,000 for one year

Deadline
Friday 25 August 2017, 6 pm AEST

Application downloads

Postdoctoral research fellowships (2018 – 2020)
 


Postdoctoral research fellowships available this year:
  • Bill Gole MND Postdoctoral Fellowship 
  • Beryl Bayley MND Postdoctoral Fellowship

The three-year Fellowships aim to encourage young researchers to focus their interest on ALS/MND.

Definition of forms of MND supported by MNDRIA

 

Applicants
Postdoctoral scientists with a track record in areas of neuroscience related to MND and no more than three years postdoctoral research experience. Applicants must be Australian citizens or have permanent resident status.

Grant
Salary for a full-time research fellow will be funded at $100,000 p.a. for a period of up to three years.

Deadline
Friday 25 August 2017, 6 pm AEST

Application downloads

NHMRC/MNDRIA Co-funded Postgraduate Scholarship

Postgraduate Scholarship co-funded with NHMRC for biomedical or public health research in MND. 

Applicants
Students seeking to attain a PhD. Applicants must be Australian citizens or have permanent resident status. 

Deadline
Applications closed on Wednesday 7 June 2017.

More infomation

Go to the NHMRC website.
 

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