The foundations of Sydney Medical School support all areas of medical research within Sydney Medical School at the University of Sydney.
The purpose of the foundations is to increase the resources of the University to promote research, postgraduate education and scholarship in the fields of human health and medicine within Sydney Medical School.
The School's foundations provide grants to support researchers and research projects which the Foundation considers most likely to produce significant advances in the areas of research identified as priorities by Sydney Medical School and to produce clear benefits to Sydney Medical School and the University.
Sydney Medical School foundations provide support to areas such as adolescent medicine, ageing & Alzheimer's diseases, bone & joint research, cancer, cardiovascular disease, dermatology, endocrinology & diabetes, eye diseases, liver disease, Melanoma, Ménière's, microsurgery, neurological disorders paediatrics and childhood diseases, and many more.
How to apply
Sydney Medical School Foundation is not currently accepting unsolicited applications.
If you would like to apply for a research grant, scholarship, fellowship, seeding grant, major equipment grant or support for a program or project, first download and review the following documents:
All applications for funding to foundations at Sydney Medical School are first reviewed by the Sydney Medical School Scientific Advisory Committee (“SAC”) which then make recommendations for funding to the Council of the Foundation.
The Council considers the recommendations by SAC and determines whether grants should be made, and the terms on which they are made, taking into account any terms and conditions of relevant gifts and bequests and the availability of funds.
Submission dates for applications in 2013 are as follow:
- 9.30am Monday 21 January
- 9.30am Friday 12 April
- 9.30am Friday 14 June
- 9.30am Friday 20 September
- 9.30am Friday 25 October