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NOW OPEN: Clinician Research Fellowship Scheme (Round 2)

The purpose of the NSW Regional Cancer Research Network's Clinician Research Fellowship scheme is to build translational cancer research by increasing research capacity and capability across the geographical area covered by the Central Coast, Hunter New England, Mid-North Coast and Northern NSW Local Health District boundaries.

This scheme is aimed at supporting regional clinical staff to undertake translational cancer research within their own institution and to contribute to the wider goals of the Network.

 

Funding Support Available 

The Clinician Research Fellowship award is a maximum of $100,000 for 12 months. Funding is permitted a maximum of 0.8 FTE salary costs of the Fellow (if required) and direct research costs (salary and/or non-salary) as outlined in a budget submission.

In addition, the Network will provide access to a Senior Research Partner (SRP) who can provide support in developing and implementing the research project and assist fellowship recipients in achieving their research goals and maximising the impact of their projects. Learn more about the professional research support options offered to our members within the Network.

 

Need help preparing your application? 

We're here to assist you! The NSWRCRN are hosting two Zoom drop-in sessions offering an overview and guidance on the scheme:

  • 1.00pm – 1.30pm Thursday 8 February
  • 1.00pm – 1.30pm Monday 4 March

 

Email nswrcrn@newcastle.edu.au to register. 

 

Network members also have the option to submit a direct request for professional research support through our online platform. Our experienced team of Senior Research Partners will contact you and can provide assistance in developing and refining your application. 

Visit the scheme webpage for further information and to download the scheme documents.

Applications close 27 March

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