The Seed Funding Scheme is intended to support translational research projects that address TAAHC strategic research priorities and that demonstrate the potential to develop into significant programs of work capable of accessing external funding sources.
The scheme recognises that collaboration and partnership between clinicians, researchers and consumers is critical to establishing high-level research programs that can translate research outcomes into policy and practice. The scheme provides seed funding to establish collaborative, high-level research programs that can attract external research funding and deliver improvements in health outcomes to northern Queensland communities.
Applications to the Seed Funding Scheme closed 5pm AEST Wednesday 15th September 2021. Funding outcomes are anticipated to be released mid-December 2021.
It is anticipated that the next round of Seed Funding will open in the second half of 2022.
Applications must be submitted through the SmartyGrants Portal.
A preview of the online application form is available here. Note that all applicants will be required to upload a letter of support from their nominated Lead Organisation with their application.