Key dates for NHMRC Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies Grants 2019

  • Release of Funding Rules: 27 July 2018
  • Proposals open in RGMS: 6 March 2019
  • UQ Research and Innovation (UQ R&I) information session: 3 April 2019
  • Minimum data requirements in RGMS: 10 April 2019
  • Applications due to UQ R&I: 10 April 2019
  • Applications close with NHMRC: 8 May 2019
  • ​Anticipated announcement: November 2019

Overview

The objective of the Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies scheme is to support high-quality clinical trials and cohort studies that address important gaps in knowledge, leading to relevant and implementable findings for the benefit of human health. Teams of up to 10 Chief Investigators may seek funding for up to five years. Laboratory-based research or mechanistic studies that are not clinical trials or cohort studies should be directed to other grant opportunities, such as the NHMRC’s Ideas Grant Scheme.

How to apply

Step 1. RGMS updates and scheme reading

  • Update your full profile and CV in the NHMRC granting system, RGMS. Investigators new to the NHMRC need to submit a user request via the RGMS login page.
  • Familiarise yourself with the key National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), External Funding Organisations 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.
  • To initiate internal review, email your completed Funding Coversheet to UQ R&I at nhmrc@research.uq.edu.au.
  • Also provide completed UQ Certification Proforma.
  • Internal review by UQ R&I/feedback provided (compliance/eligibility/grantsmanship).

Step 4. Final submission

  • Final submission by UQ R&I to NHMRC.

Readership and researcher support

Before applying, we recommend you:

Key documents

NHMRC

The NHMRC documentation for this scheme is available from GrantConnect, the Australian Government grants information system. (Login required)

Additional NHRMC documents

UQ

Rejoinders and rebuttal

This scheme does not have a rejoinder/rebuttal process.