Expressions of Interest are due by 8th June 2017
AIFA awarded its first grant in 2014 and has provided $100,000 to fund scientific research in Australia that aims to improve the diagnosis and treatment of people living with allergy and other immune diseases. For information on grants awarded go to: www.allergyimmunology.org.au/projects
We support innovative early stage projects and early career researchers (working 3-5 years after completion of their PhD). This allows new projects to get off the ground and provides an opportunity to leverage further funding.
To be eligible for an AIFA grant, the applicant needs to be associated with a non-profit institution in Australia or New Zealand with the facilities to carry out the research detailed in the application. Previously unsuccessful applications may be resubmitted.
Applications are not restricted to ASCIA members.
AIFA grant applications 2017
The next round of AIFA grants is open and Expressions of Interest are due by 8th June 2017.
In early August a shortlist of chief investigators will be invited to make a full grant application by 8th September 2017. Grant recipients will be announced in early November 2017.
Grants of up to $30,000 will be awarded to research projects in this round.
The AIFA Grant Selection Panel consists of seven highly regarded specialists in the field of immunology from around Australia. We wish to thank the Panel for their support of AIFA by volunteering their time and the valuable contribution of their expert judgment.
Grants are awarded on merit. Criteria for rating grant applications are: originality and scientific quality, significance of outcomes, research methodology, team quality and capability.
At the end of the grant period the successful chief investigator will be required to complete the final report form below so that AIFA supporters will see the outcomes achieved.
Content updated May 2017