RMH grant management system
The Royal Melbourne Hospital's commitment to research is demonstrated through the provision of a contestable research funding program supporting innovative and translatable medical research to enhance the care of our patients.
With the exception of the travel grants, applicants must submit a research proposal which includes the rationale for the project; study aims and objectives; design and methodology; expected outcomes and significance.
|Scheme||Applications open||Submission date|
|Kearton Travel Grant||12 January 2017||14 February 2017|
|Grants in Aid||TBC||TBC|
|DW Keir Fellowship in Medical Research||Not on offer in 2017|
|Allan Watt and Chris Geyer Oncology Research Fellowship||Not on offer in 2017|
|Mary Elizabeth Watson Early Career Fellowship in Allied Health||TBC||TBC|
|JL Frew Travelling Fellowship||TBC||TBC|
|NorthWestern Mental Health Seed Grants||TBC||TBC|
Successful applicants are required to report annually on their research activities as part of the conditions of award to account for the expenditure and to describe any achievements, publications, conferences and collaborations arising out of the project.
These reports are important as continued funding of the project and the eligibility to compete for future funding is reliant upon their completion.
|Report/Request type||Due date||How to submit|
|Progress Report||31 January reporting for the previous calendar year||via SmartyGrants*|
|Final Report||Due within 3 months after the project end date||via SmartyGrants*|
|Travel Grant Report||Due within 1 month upon return from travel||via SmartyGrants*|
|Financial Report (Acquittance)||31 January accounting for the previous calendar year||Complete Financial Report and submit to RAO.|
|Grant Variation Request||As needed or if requesting an extension, at least 1 month prior to the end date of the award||via SmartyGrants*|