NHMRC Funding Outcomes (For funding commencing in 2013)
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has announced the outcomes of its major funding round for 2013. A list of successful applications will be available for each scheme. An email containing the announcements will be forwarded to researchers via the research-nhmrc mailing list - Subscribe now.
2013 NHMRC Funding Announcements - University of Newcastle (as lead institution)
- List of successful Project Grants - 14 successful (PDF)
- Practitioner Fellowship - 1 successful (PDF)
- Career Development Fellowships - 2 successful (PDF)
- Research Fellowships - 2 successful (PDF)
- Early Career Felllowship - no successful
- Mental Health Targeted - 1 successful (PDF)
- Partnership Project Grants - 2 successful (PDF)
Additional information can also be obtained directly from the NHMRC website. Previous funding announcements are also available on the NHMRC website.
For successful applications
We will send the first named Chief Investigator an electronic copy of the NHMRC official documentation once received. This will list any NHMRC special conditions and include an Acceptance Form which needs to be completed and returned to the Research Office, Ground Floor, The Chancellery.
For unsuccessful applications
We will send the NHMRC documentation to the first named Chief Investigator once received.
For grants held at other universities
Please let the Research Office (email@example.com) know as soon as possible if you are a named Investigator on an NHMRC grant administered elsewhere and whether you expect to receive NHMRC funds from the Administering Institution. The NHMRC requires a MIA (sharing agreement) to be signed by all universities whether funds are transferred or not and this should be sent to Angela McPherson once received.
The Research Advisory Group Near Miss Grants may be offered for funding commencing in 2012. This will be reviewed by the Research Advisory Group after the receipt of the official documentation from NHMRC and ARC and budget information for 2012 is available. No formal application is required.