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Grant Round 2, 2021, opens October 1

We are delighted to announce two new fellowships to advance Bone Marrow Failure Syndrome research in Australia.

Grant round 2, 2021 includes the inaugural Fiona Riewoldt Nursing/Allied Health Fellowship in recognition of the absolutely vital role these professionals play in patient quality of life and outcomes!

  1. Fellowship — total support offered up to $100,000 AUD per annum for two years, with an additional third year performance-based option
  2.  Inaugural Fiona Riewoldt Nursing/Allied Health Fellowship — total support offered up to $50,000 AUD per annum for two years

Thank you to the many professionals who work tirelessly to improve the lives of people with Bone Marrow Failure Syndromes.

And thank you to our incredible Maddie’s Vision community for your support. We have now been able to commit over $7.8M to funding 29 research projects since 2016.

For more details, including Granting Round Eligibility information and Application templates, head to our grants scheme page.

Please direct any queries or questions to Dr Simonne Neil, [email protected].

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