The Gunn Family Fellowship
In an Australian first, a female only fellowship specifically directed at Haematology career development in medical research, is being offered. The Snowdome Foundation and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision are passionate about supporting the advancement of women in medical research and are funding this fellowship together with the support of the Gunn Family.
Women have well documented barriers to successfully attaining career aspirations for senior positions in medical research. This inaugural fellowship aims to reduce these barriers by offering a long- term commitment to funding, combined with a Mentorship program that will be spearheaded by some of Australia’s best medical, research and business women.
Total package up to $130,000 per annum (depending on level of experience) for 2 years, with a further performance based 1 year option.
The opportunity and program descriptions, eligibility criteria and timelines can be accessed in the Gunn Family Fellowship Information document.
All interested parties should complete the Gunn Family Fellowship Application template and, along with all supporting documents, compile into a single pdf and save as SDMRVGunnFellow2018_[Surname] and submit electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact email@example.com with any queries.
- Advertising of applications open – 15 June 2018
- Applications close – 5.00pm 27 July 2018
- Interviews of short list begin – 13 August 2018
- Decision announced – End of September 2018
- Position to commence – February 2019
Translational Research Grant Applications in Blood Cancer
The Snowdome Foundation is proud to be partnering with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to fund two US$600,000 translational research grants. Snowdome’s mission is to accelerate next-generation treatments for Australian blood cancer patients to help them live longer, better lives.
To help us achieve our mission, we are co-funding two translational research project applications focused on blood cancer, especially for work focused on multiple myeloma.
To be eligible, applicants must be
- working in Australia,
- Australian investigators working in other countries, or
- Australian and non-Australian researchers jointly applying as co-PIs.
Applications must be submitted to the LLS Translational Research Program (TRP) and will be evaluated within the general pool of TRP applications. In addition, applications will be jointly reviewed by both foundations to ensure they meet the funding objectives of both organisations, and scientific progress. LLS will administer the grant program.
Each Applicant must submit the LOI by August 31, 2018 at 3:00 pm US Eastern Daylight Time via the LLS Research Portal (https://lls.fluxx.io).
For more information visit http://www.lls.org/research/translational-research-program.
If you wish to be advised of Snowdome’s call for grants, email your contact details and area of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org