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100% Research. All donations to AIFA go directly to research

100% Research

All donations to AIFA go directly to research
100% Tax deductible  Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission registered.

100% Tax deductible

AIFA is Australian Charities and Not-for-profits
Commission registered
100% Progress Moving research projects forward.

100% Progress

AIFA grants move research projects forward
100% Dedicated Improving the wellbeing of people with immune system disorders

100% Dedicated

AIFA funds research to improve the lives
of people with immune system disorders
100% Expert AIFA research grants are selected by a panel of allergy and immunology experts

100% Expert

AIFA grants are selected by a panel
of allergy and immunology experts

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2024 Grant round open

2024 Grant round now open

Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are invited from ASCIA members for AIFA research grants.

EOIs are due by midnight on 14th May 2024 and the application form is on the AIFA website.

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  • AIFA 2024 grant round is now open
    AIFA 2024 grant round is now open
    26 March 2024: Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are invited from ASCIA members for AIFA research grants. EOIs are due by midnight on 14th May 2024 and the application form is on the AIFA website www.allergyimmunology.org.au/grants This year a total of $110,000 will be awarded, comprised of 8 grants that are listed below. Allergy and Immunology Research $40,000 AIFA Early Career and New Researcher Grants...
  • Thank you and best wishes for the Festive Season
    Thank you and best wishes for the Festive Season
    20 December 2023:  Allergy and Immunology Foundation of Australasia (AIFA) grants give teams of researchers the opportunity to progress their original ideas to find out more about immune system disorders. This work leads to improved diagnosis and treatment of allergic, immunodeficiency and autoimmune diseases. Thank you to our generous donors and sponsors, who provide support for allergy and...
  • AIFA announces grant recipients for 2023
    AIFA announces grant recipients for 2023
    The Chair of the Allergy and Immunology Foundation of Australasia, Dr Melanie Wong, announced the recipients of the AIFA grants for 2023 at the ASCIA Conference in September. AIFA Professor Ann Kupa Food Allergy Research Grant to Chief Investigator A/Prof Rachel Peters at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) in Melbourne for the project “Preventing childhood food allergy: wave 2 of the...
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Featured Story

Food allergy and Sarah

Doctors diagnosed Sarah’s peanut allergy when she was still an infant and her mum, Antoinette, says it was a frightening and life-altering discovery. “People need to realise that consuming food that you are allergic to could potentially lead to anaphylaxis. It is absolutely terrifying.”

Sarah has been part of a research trial that may help her tolerate peanuts.

Every project endeavours to meet the challenge to improve the health of people living with allergy and immune diseases.

ASCIA acknowledges Piers Haskard for the use of his photography on this website.