Research Grants Program

Stroke Foundation

Relevent Country: Australia

The Stroke Foundation is currently seeking applications for its 2023 Research Grants Program.

Schemes

  • Early and Early-Mid Career Researcher (EMCR) Seed Grants
  • Tim Glendinning Memorial Young Adult Stroke Grant
  • Nancy & Vic Allen Stroke Prevention Memorial Grant

Priority Areas

Early and Early-Mid Career Researcher (EMCR) Seed Grants

  • Developing health services and pathways to improve early identification of stroke with a specific focus on underserved communities (examples include marginalised groups, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and socially isolated people). One Seed Grant is allocated to this priority area in this grant round.
  • Translational and implementation research of evidence-based care pathways of stroke management. Projects must specifically assess how to improve adoption or implementation of evidence-based treatments/processes, that have been shown to be effective, within health or home settings.
  • Long-term community support beyond 6 months post-stroke (e.g. interventions to improve continuity of care, community health services, primary care, social isolation).
  • Long-term psychosocial recovery beyond 6 months post-stroke (i.e. interventions for recovery of cognition, communication, and emotional and social wellbeing).

Funding Information

  • Early and Early-Mid Career Researcher (EMCR) Seed Grants: Four grants of up to $80,000 each for 18-month projects addressing any of the Seed Grant Research.
  • Tim Glendinning Memorial Young Adult Stroke Grant: One grant of up to $75,000 available to researchers of any career stage for a 2-year project.
  • Nancy & Vic Allen Stroke Prevention Memorial Grant: One grant of up to $100,000 available to researchers of any career stage for a 2-year project

Eligibility Criteria

  • The proposal must clearly and directly address the grant scheme’s research priority area(s) or the research focus.
  • One distinct proposal per PI per grant scheme will be accepted.
  • The research must be carried out in Australia.
  • Engagement of people with lived experience and/or community in the study design or ongoing conduct of the research.
  • The project timeline does not exceed the grant period.
  • Justification of the proposal’s inclusion and exclusion criteria.
  • The project budget must be justified and meet the grant criteria for funding.

Source: https://strokefoundation.org.au/what-we-do/research/research-grants/current