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AIFA’s 2018 grant round opens 15 January

January 10, 2018

Submissions for AIFA's 2018 grant round open on 15 January and close on 6 April 2018.  Please note that the closing date has been extended - it was previously 15 March 2018. AIFA supports innovative early stage projects, encourages collaborative research, prioritises early career researchers (working 3-5 years after completion of their PhD) and provides opportunities to leverage further funding.

To be eligible for an AIFA grant, applicants need 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.  Applications are not restricted to ASCIA members.

Previously funded projects include Jack Jumper Ant allergy treatment, understanding FPIES and the AusPollen project. More details of these and other funded projects can be found on our projects page www.allergyimmunology.org.au/projects

To apply for this grant round please review the eligibility criteria and download an EOI form at www.allergyimmunology.org.au/grants

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