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Victorian Cancer Agency/ Maddie Riewoldt's Vision International Travelling Fellowship EOI

This grant round has now closed. Submissions closed at midnight 1 July 2018 (AEST).

IMPORTANT: Please read information below to assist you in completing your application online.

Before you begin

The Victorian Cancer Agency uses SmartyGrants to administer our grants. SmartyGrants is an online grant management system that provides easy-to-use online application forms, as well as report management for successful applicants.

You must confirm your eligibility on the checklist page prior to completing the application form. Please ensure you save as you go.

If an error occurs, fear not – SmartyGrants staff are available and ready to help. Contact them on 03 9320 6888 during business hours or email and quote your application number. For queries about the guidelines, deadlines, or questions in the form, please contact the Victorian Cancer Agency on 1300 664 737 during business hours or email and quote your application number.

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Grant information

The International Travelling Fellowship Scheme is designed to support early-career researchers undertaking high quality translational2 BMFS research. The grants aim to support and retain talented reseachers in the field of BMFS research in Victoria.The application process for the International Travelling Fellowship Scheme will be through a two-step process:

  1. An initial call for expressions of interest (EOI); and
  2. Invitation for submission of a full application from selected applicants.

The objectives of the International Travelling Fellowship Scheme are to:

  • Promote international collaboration between Victorian researchers and an international centre of excellence in the field of BMFS.
  • Support high quality research address the relationship between BMFS and cancer therapies and blood cancer development conducted by early-career researchers who are able to demonstrate clear evidence of translational research capacity.
  • Provide funding as a means of enhancing competitiveness of early career researchers to enable them to leverage further funding from granting bodies or industry.

Before completing this application, it is important that you read the Victorian Cancer Agency / Maddie Riewoldt's Vision International Travelling Fellowship (PDF 434KB).

For our funding rules, including our policy on organisations that administer the funding, please see the Victorian Cancer Agency Funding Rules (PDF 265KB).


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