Early Career Researcher Overseas Conference Support 2013

Applications are now closed

The Sydney Medical School, in partnership with the DVC (Research), is funding international conference support. The program is aimed at teaching and research academic staff in the first ten years of their PhD award. The goal is to help our newer members of staff to develop their research profiles. If you meet the criteria stated in the guidelines, and are presenting or are considering attending a conference between 1 July 2013 and 30 June 2014, we would encourage you to apply.

Successful applicants to this scheme may be funded to a maximum of $2500 to cover registration expenses and travel to the conference.

To be considered an early career researcher under this scheme the applicant must have been awarded their PhD in 2003 or since and hold an academic appointment in Sydney Medical School up to and including Level C at the date of application. The applicant must hold an academic appointment in Sydney Medical School at the proposed time of travel. Researchers working within the Medical Research Institutes are eligible provided that they meet the criteria outlined in the scheme guidelines.

Guidelines- pdf

Application Form- pdf

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Helen Triantafyllou Early Career Researcher Conference Support Grant 2013

Applications for this scheme are now closed

In memory of Helen Triantafyllou, who passed away suddenly on 27 November 2012, the Sydney Medical School will be offering conference support grants for early career researchers.

Helen Triantafyllou was well known in the Sydney Medical School, having spent eight years in the Faculty as Office Manager, Postgraduate Education Manager and finally as the Manager of the Office of Research and Research Training. Helen was passionate in supporting and championing early careers researchers. We are privileged to be able to honour Helen’s memory in this way.

The program is aimed at teaching and research academic staff in the first seven years of their PhD award. The goal is to help our newer members of staff to develop their research profiles.