Dementia Australia Research Foundation offers project grants to new, early- and mid-career researchers to help build the capacity of the dementia research sector. Many previous grant recipients have gone on to establish successful research careers. We hope that you will join them!
To make the application process as smooth as possible please read all eligibility criteria and other information in the Information for Applicants document provided.
It is also worth taking a look at some of our researchers previously funded.
Applications must be submitted online via an application portal available through the Dementia Australia Research Foundation website. The portal will close at the advertised closing date, after which applicants will not be able to upload or modify any part of their application.
The application form includes a number of required fields. To ensure that all relevant information is entered, each page of the application form needs to be completed in full before moving onto the next.
A template of the 2023 Dementia Grants Program application form is provided as a Word document below. This will allow applicants to view each section of the form and/or work on the application offline.
Please note that you will be asked to create an account prior to completing the online application form. Log-in details will be sent to the email address you provide.
Information for Applicants Booklet
Application Template - Word doc
- Project Grants
- Post-doctoral Fellowships
- Mid-Career Research Fellowships
- Travel Grants
- Research Translation Grant
For further information about the 2023 Dementia Grants Program or the application process please contact us at [email protected].
2023 Dementia Grants Program Key Dates
Project Grants, Fellowships and Travel Grants
OPEN Tuesday 27 June 2023 9.00am AEST
CLOSE Monday 21 August 2023 5.00pm AEST
Outcomes announced: January 2024
Funding commences: January - March 2024 or by arrangement