The 2022 Gunn Family Women in Haematology Fellowship call opens 1 May 2021.
Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision, the Snowdome Foundation and the Gunn Family are proud to announce our support for a career development Women in Haematology Fellowship. This fellowship endorses our passion to support the advancement of women in medical research.
The fellowship offers a long- term commitment to funding, combined with a tailored mentorship program.
Total package up to $100,000 per annum for 2 years, with a further performance based 1-year extension option.
The Fellowship Application Guidelines and Fellowship Application Form are available via the Eligibility and Applications box below
Applications open: 1 May 2021
Closing date: 18 June 2021
Grant Round 1, 2021 will open February 1, and offer Grant-in-Aid support. The Fellowship category will be offered in 2021 (further details to follow).
Maddie Riewoldt's Vision offers funding in three categories:
1. Grants-In-Aid, to support research projects into the causes and treatment of Bone Marrow Failure (BMF) - $50,000 AUD per annum for up to two years. GIAs will be offered February 2021
2. Fellowships, to support research into the causes and treatment of BMF - $100,000 AUD per annum for up to three years. Fellowships will be offered in 2021 (further details to follow)
3. Programs, high clinical impact, multidisciplinary investigators/multiple site research collaboration of international standard - $1 million AUD to be awarded over a minimum three and maximum of five year period. Program opportunities are yet to be scheduled for 2021 (further details to follow)
We seek expressions of interest from appropriately qualified scientific or medical researchers and research that is specifically directed towards finding new treatments and ultimately cures for both inherited and acquired BMF syndromes.
Eligibility and Applications
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