Key dates for NHMRC Dementia Research Leadership Fellowship 2017

  • Release of Funding Rules: 23 November 2016
  • Proposals open in RGMS: 23 November 2016
  • UQ Research and Innovation (UQR&I) information session: N/A
  • Minimum data requirements in Research Grants Management System (RGMS): 18 January 2017
  • Applications due to UQR&I: 25 January 2017
  • Applications close with NHMRC: 8 February 2017
  • Rebuttal period: N/A
  • Anticipated announcement: August 2017

Overview

The Boosting Dementia Research Leadership Fellowships scheme aims to expand leadership in dementia research by supporting mid-career researchers’ transition into leadership positions. Fellows participate in National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) National Institute for Dementia Research (NNIDR) activities to expand capacity for dementia research and encourage the translation of research outcomes by bridging gaps between research and industry.

How to apply

Step 1. RGMS updates and scheme reading

  • Update your full profile RGMS 'My Profile and CV'. If any team members are new to RGMS and need a login/password, start early.
  • Familiarise yourself with the key NHMRC and UQ documentation.

Step 2. Completing the application

Step 3. UQR&I internal review and feedback

  • Ahead of internal review, ensure all online components are complete/valid and generate your proposal snapshots in RGMS (refer RMGS User Guide - Applying for Grants)
  • To initiate internal review, email your completed Funding Coversheet to UQR&I at nhmrcfellowships@research.uq.edu.au.
  • Also provide completed UQ Certification Proforma.
  • Internal review by UQR&I/feedback provided (compliance/eligibility/grantsmanship).

Step 4. Final submission

  • Final submission by UQR&I to NHMRC.

Readership and researcher support

Before applying, we recommend you:

Key documents

Before applying, please review the following: 

UQ

A suite of templates and proformas to assist you in compiling your application will be made available here when the next round is fully open.

Rejoinders and rebuttal

This scheme does not have a rejoinder/rebuttal process.