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GPRWMF Award Suite: Awards Update

April 8, 2019 Award

The Foundation has been working on its Award Suite to better tailor Awards for the OHNS community, and are proud to announce an updated Award Suite.

As announced recently, 3 Awards have been discontinued from the Suite:

  • Australasian Clinical Fellowship
  • Overseas Clinical Fellowship
  • Grant-in-Aid (Supplementation)

Additional to this, 3 Fellowships have been updated to clarify their purpose and eligibility requirements. These are:

  • Junior Fellowship (previously Research Training Fellowship): to support outstanding early career post-doctoral researchers
  • Mid-Career Fellowship (previously Research Fellowship): to obtain post-doctoral research experience for establishing a research career in Australia and/or New Zealand
  • Senior Fellowship (previously Senior/Principal Research Fellowship): to undertake research of major importance for OHNS in Australia and/or New Zealand

Finally, provision for a Special Projects Grant has been made available, for one-off projects that sit outside the Award Suite. These projects must be of significant benefit to the specialty of OHNS in Australia and/or New Zealand, and are to be proposed to/in negotiation with the Foundation (for further detail, please use the Contact Us form).

Further detail will be made available over the upcoming weeks on the Awards & Grants page. To read our latest Award Suite brochure, please see our Brochures page.

The Foundation is also pleased to announce that the next Award Round will open in July:

    12pm AEST, Monday, 1 July 2019
    5pm AEST Monday, 2 September 2019

Awards on offer each year are at the discretion of the GPRWMF Board, and will be communicated on the website in June. Applications (excluding ASSRS, ASSF, Chairs, and Special Projects) are to be completed via the Online Portal, which you can register for here.

The Foundation hope these improvements to their Award Suite better foster the support and promotion of excellence in the field of OHNS.

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