HEAL Travel Grants

HEAL Travel Grants are available to support HEAL Network Members who are early or mid-career researchers (EMCRs), including PhD students, or HEAL Network Affiliate Members who are EMCRs that can demonstrate undertaking of applied policy and practice translation and/or research aligned to any of the HEAL Research Themes. This scheme provides opportunities for awardees to present their research and/or projects to national or international audiences with funding support up to a maximum of AUD $2,000.

HEAL Travel Grants are now open until end of November 2024.

 

How to Apply

Any HEAL Network Member EMCR or HEAL Affiliate Member EMCR can apply for the HEAL Travel Grants. Please make sure to carefully read the associated documentation below to ensure your eligibility before applying. If you consider yourself to be eligible, please complete the associated form below and follow the submission instructions.

HEAL TRAVEL GRANT GUIDELINES                    HEAL TRAVEL GRANT APPLICATION FORM

 

 

Not a HEAL Network Member?
You can find more information about joining the HEAL Network here and request to join the Network as an Affiliate Member here

 


HEAL Innovation Fund

The HEAL Innovation Fund (HIF) is a competitive funding program established to assist the implementation of research priorities of the HEAL research themes and communities of practice to develop solution-focused ideas. The HIF aims to support research with engagement and fund well-defined projects that include community and stakeholder co-design and that have the potential to lead to further external funding. As a guide, the HEAL Innovation Fund is targeted to support larger projects $20,000 – $50,000 each and smaller projects of up to $20,000 each, for a period of 12 months.

How to Apply

The next HEAL Innovation Fund call for research grant applications will be announced in July 2024


We acknowledge the HEAL (Healthy Environments And Lives) National Research Network, which receives funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council Special Initiative in Human Health and Environmental Change (Grant No. 2008937).
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