Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) is providing funding to researchers studying brain cancer and its treatment, through a number of Brain Cancer Innovation Project Grants.

Six Innovation Project Grants are available in this funding round, with a maximum of $150,000 per project available. Projects are to be conducted over a period of 1-2 years.

Grants will be allocated via an open and competitive process. The foundation will be selecting projects on merit that are innovative and align with MHF core objectives, to promote research that decreases mortality rates and incidence of brain cancer in Australia.

Applications

Submissions for the 2019 Mark Hughes Foundation Brain Cancer Innovation Project Grants will be managed via the HMRI Grants Online portal. To commence an application please download and commence the Word application form, and go to:

https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_5905?SA=SNA&FID=35058

Click here to download the application form

Click here to download employer sign off form

Full eligibility and selection criteria and submission instructions are available in the Guidelines.

Click here to download Guidelines

APPLICATIONS CLOSE 5PM TUESDAY 29 JANUARY 2019

For assistance with the submission process, please contact HMRI’s Strategic Projects Team by emailing grants@hmri.org.au

*Note: Due to the Christmas closedown period, HMRI Grants will not be available to assist from Friday 21 December to Tuesday 1 January 2019 (inclusive). Any emails sent during this time will be responded to from Wednesday 2 January 2019.

Grants Management & Strategic Projects

Sally Gordon

Sally Gordon

Research Services & Projects Officer
Tim Kelso

Tim Kelso

Research Services & Projects Officer
Emma Konik

Emma Konik

Research Services & Projects Officer
Conor Sherman

Conor Sherman

Research Services & Projects Officer