Round 4 now open

Round 4

Open from 12 February to 11:59pm 5 April 2019

Applications are now invited for Round 4 research grants under the NBA’s National Blood Sector Research and Development Program. 

Applications for grant funding fall into one of the three following categories:

  • Project Grants (up to 3 years)
  • Seed Grants  (up to 1 year)
  • Scholarship (up to 1 year)

Applications are  required to address evidence gaps in either:

  • Patient Blood Management (as identified in the Patient Blood Management Guidelines), or
  • Immunoglobulin product use (as described in the Grant Opportunity Guidelines)

How to apply for a Research and Development Grant:

Formal documentation is available on the Grant Connect website at www.grant.gov.au.

Applicants should review the Grant Opportunity Guidelines (755.4 KB) and download and complete the relevant application form. There are two application forms: one for Project and Seed Grants (1.2 MB) and another for Scholarships (1.18 MB). Applicants should also review the standard Grant Funding Agreement (337.29 KB) and the Scholar Acknowledgement Form (172.8 KB).

Grant Opportunity Guidelines

Image of cover for Grant Opportunity Guidelines  (pdf)

Application Form for Project and Seed Grants

Image of cover for aplication for project and seed grants  (docx)

Application Form for Scholarship Grants

Image of cover for scholarship application  (docx)

Grant Funding Agreement

Image of round 4 Grant Funding Agreement template  (pdf)

Scholar Acknowledgement Form

Image cover of Scholar Acknowledgement Form  (pdf) Image cover of Scholar Acknowledgement Form  (docx) 

Frequently asked questions

FAQs (335.01 KB) (pdf)

FAQs (440.81 KB) (docx)

More information?  Email  R&D@blood.gov.au if you wish to be notified of National Blood Sector Research and Development Program rounds, please subscribe to the NBA’s News feed or register your interest at R&D@blood.gov.au.