The Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation – Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)
Research Scholarships, Research Training Fellowships, Senior / Principal Research
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Fellowships, Project Grants, Grants-in-Aid
Internal closing date: 17 August 2007
External closing date: 24 August 2007
The Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation offers grants in otorhinolaryngology or related fields of biomedical science. Grants are tenable in Australian or New Zealand institutions.
Research Scholarships – individuals who are either medically qualified or science graduates, and who are, or will be, enrolled for a higher university degree. Scholarships are for up to three years and paid the NHMRC rates with $7,500 pa allowance.
Research Training Fellowships – individuals who are either medically qualified or hold a PhD degree are eligible to apply. Fellowships are for up to two years and paid in the NHMRC Training Support Package range, with clinical loading if appropriate.
Senior / Principal Research Fellowships – outstanding researchers, who are either medically qualified or science graduates with recognised postdoctoral achievements. One five year term with up to $200,000 pa (salary, on-costs, equipment and establishment costs, research assistance).
Project Grants – these must be conducted in a university, teaching hospital or research institute. Project Grants are for up to three years and valued at up to $90,000 pa.
Grants-in-Aid – otolaryngologists or trainees in the specialty who are in possession of the first part of the FRACS. The project must be conducted in a university, teaching hospital or research institute. Grants-in-Aid are for up to two years, valued at up to $50,000 pa and are restricted to equipment and maintenance.
Further information: http://www.alfredresearch.org/external/Garnett%20Passe.htm