Grants & Awards

See also: Grant/Award Recipients for a list of previous award/grant winners.

HSANZ grants and awards:

 

HSANZ AWARDS AND GRANTS

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HSANZ NEW INVESTIGATOR SCHOLARSHIPS 2016 for 2017

Purpose:
To enhance the scientific stature of Australian and New Zealand Haematology by providing the opportunity for medical graduates who are undertaking advanced training in Haematology or science graduates undertaking specialised research in Haematology to gain experience in acknowledged centres of excellence located overseas, in Australia or in New Zealand at the start of their research careers.
Sponsored by:
HSANZ with industry support
Scope:
For a period of 1 year; up to 6 scholarships with a value of AUD60,000.

Eligibility:

Open to Australian and New Zealand HSANZ members who are:

  • 1. Medical graduates who are completing, or have completed, advanced training in Haematology within the previous four years, or
  • 2. Career scientists, within 3 years of award of honours or masters degree;

  • undertaking specialised research in Haematology, preferably with enrolment in a higher degree, and able to demonstrate long-term commitment to a career in Haematology.

Australian and New Zealand residents only are eligible;

Scholarships must be used for specialised study in clinical or laboratory Haematology in an internationally recognised centre of excellence.

Applications:

Applications will be called for in March/April each year and will be considered by the HSANZ Council at its June/July meeting. Council may wish to interview selected applicants.
PDF file Application information and guidelines (62KB)
Closing date: 3 June 2016.

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EDUCATIONAL GRANTS

Purpose:
The aim of these grants is to support associate, trainee and full members of the Society, who have attained their post-graduate qualification in Australia or overseas (MSc, FRACP, FRCPA, PhD or overseas equivalent) within the past 5 years, to attend and present at an international meeting.
Value:
Up to 2 grants of $5000 each
Applications:
All applications will be considered by HSANZ Council and the successful applicants will be announced at the annual meeting.
Closing date: 31 October 2016
  Application guidelines for educational grants (56 KB)

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BAIKIE AWARD

Purpose:
The Albert Baikie Award is given to recognise the best oral presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting by a new investigator who is a financial member of the Society. Investigators awarded their postgraduate qualification in Australia or overseas (MSc, FRACP, FRCPA or PhD, or overseas equivalent) within the past 5 years are eligible.
Value:
$3000, Baikie Medal
Applications:

Applications will be called for in the Registration Brochure of the Annual Scientific Meeting with the closing date the same as the abstract submission. The award is announced on the last day of the annual meeting.
PDF file Conditions (22 KB)

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HSANZ TRAVEL GRANTS TO THE ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING

Purpose:
To assist members with attendance at annual scientific meetings. Applicants must submit an abstract, register for the meeting and satisfy the criteria.
pdf icon Criteria (248 KB)
Value:
Up to $1000
Tenable:
At the HSANZ Annual Scientific Meeting.
Applications:
Applications will be called for in the Registration Brochure of the Annual Scientific Meeting with the closing date the same as the abstract submission. Applicants are advised of the grant at least 4 weeks before the meeting. Preference will be given to those applicants who have not before received an ASM travel grant.

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Other (non HSANZ) funding opportunities

 

Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision

Research Fellowship and Grant in aid in Bone Marrow Failure. Further details: www.mrv.org.au

The RCPA Foundation Kanematsu/Novo Nordisk Research Award

For information on RCPA Awards visit: www.racp.edu.au details.

Anthony Rothe Memorial Trust

Anthony Roche Memorial Trust invite applications for project grant funding to support research into the causes, prevention, treatment and cure of leukaemia and allied blood disorders. www.anthonyrothememorialtrust.org.au.

Haemophilia Foundation Research Grants

A funding round for grants for medical, scientific or social research which will improve outcomes for people with haemophilia, von Willebrand disorder or related inherited bleeding disorders, and/or medically acquired blood borne viruses. Visit www.haemophilia.org.au

Leukaemia Foundation National Research Program

Postdoctoral Fellowships

Visit the Foundation's website for current funding opportunities.www.leukaemia.org.au

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