2020 Dementia Grants Program - CLOSED
Race Against Dementia has partnered with the Dementia Australia Research Foundation to offer two, Post-doctoral Fellowships for new and early-career researchers, across the broad areas of dementia prevention or treatment. The 3-year award includes salary (up to $110,000 pa) as well as a project grant to cover research expenses ($75,000).
Up to 12, $75,000 capacity building Project Grants for new, early and mid-career researchers are also on offer, including:
- 4x Dementia Australia Research Foundation Project Grants including the Dementia Australia Research Foundation – Norma Beaconsfield Project Grant
- 1x Hazel Hawke Research Grant in Dementia Care
- 1x Dementia Australia Research Foundation – Victoria Project Grant (in clinical or psychosocial areas of dementia research)
- 1x Dementia Australia Research Foundation – Technology Project Grant
- 5x Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration – Dementia Australia Research Foundation Pilot Grants (in clinical or psychosocial areas of dementia research)
For more information, please visit our information for applicants page. Outcomes will be announced in January 2021.
The Dementia Australia Research Foundation has also partnered with the Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) Research Trust in 2020, to fund quality applications that seek to improve the lives of older people living with dementia, their families and carers. For further information or to apply, please visit the AAG website.
Please note that PhD Scholarships will not be offered in the 2020 Dementia Grants Program.
The full list of successful applicants for the 2019 Dementia Grants Program can be viewed here.
2020 DCRC World Class Research Projects - CLOSED
The Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC) is pleased to announce the following grant round to fund World Class Research Projects including trials and studies to produce evidence, evaluate interventions, promote practice change or inform policy.
From a total funding pool of $1.8 million, up to 3-5 project grants with a maximum of $600,000 per grant will be funded from the following areas to:
- Reduce or delay risk of cognitive decline or dementia.
- Develop evidence and promote the uptake measures that will help people live better with dementia, including but not limited to practice change initiatives, addressing stigma, promotion of autonomy and reablement.
- Improve quality of care and quality of life for people living with dementia and carers in community, residential care or acute care.
The review will be undertaken by the Dementia Australia Research Foundation Scientific Panel.
Outcomes will be announced in April 2021.
The successful applicants for the 2019 World Class Research Projects grant round have been announced and can be viewed here.