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Awards/Fellowships/Research Grants/Information

 

ASMR Research Awards

ASMR offers two Research Awards annually. These awards support a postraduate student member of the ASMR nearing completion of their studies or a recently graduated ( 2 years maximum) postdoctoral member to undertake a short period of research in a laboratory outside of Australia ($5,000) or in a distal laboratory ($2,000) within Australia. The award specificlly excludes support for conference attendance and travel for an extended period of postdoctoral studies. Applicants for these awards must have been members of the ASMR for at least 12 months immediately preceding the year in which the Award application is to be considered.
Applications Opening Soon


Victorian Premier's Awards
Applications for this year's Premier's Award should be Victorian PhD students
and recently completed PhD graduates

The Victorian Government and the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR)
present the Premier's Award for Health & Medical Research each year during
ASMR Medical Research Week. The Award recognises achievement by Victoria's
early career health and medical researchers.

Past winners have demonstrated the depth of talent in Victoria’s health and
medical research community through work in a variety of fields including muscular
dystrophy, organ transplants, tuberculosis, diabetes, cancer research,
cochlear implants and genetic research.

The Premier's Award for Health and Medical Research provides $40,000 in prize money:
$16,000 for the winner
$8,000 each for three commended applicants
Applications are open from Monday 3 February until 2pm, Friday 14 March 2014.

FURTHER INFORMATION

 

Prostate Cancer Researchers
 
If you are considering utilizing human prostate tissue, blood products or tissue microarrays from early stage disease in your research studies, consult the Australian Prostate Cancer BioResource (APCB) website ( www.apccbioresource.org.au) for tissue costs.
 
If you would like to discuss your tissue needs, please contact the project manager david.horsfall@adelaide.edu.au or Chairman Professor Judith Clements j.clements@qut.edu.au
 
Associate Professor David Horsfall
Project Manager
Australian Prostate Cancer BioResource