National Blood Authority Grants

08 December 2016

The National Blood Authority has commenced a Research and Development Pilot Project to be completed over the next four years, over two grant rounds. Applications for round two are open until 10am, 10 February 2017 (Australian Eastern Daylight Time).

Three types of grants are being made available:
  • Project Grants (up to 3 years)
  • Seed Grants (up to 1 year)
  • Scholarship (up to 1 year)
Applications must address evidence gaps in either:
  • Patient Blood Management (as identified in the Patient Blood Management Guidelines), or
  • Immunoglobulin product use (as described in the Applicant Information Booklet)
Further information about this grant funding opportunity is found on the National Blood Authority website




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