Research projects need to be aligned with Snowdome’s mission, vision and values. The project should be cutting-edge and aim to improve the outcomes of Australians living with blood cancers to help them lead healthy, longer lives.
Researchers are encouraged to register to find out about upcoming research grant opportunities.
The research project should:
deliver new therapies to blood cancer patients in the foreseeable future
involve Australian researchers in Australia or living overseas and involve new therapies that are part of the ‘new pillars’ for therapy
have quantifiable outcomes and reasonable milestones, set and agreed upon in advance
encourage research (clinical or laboratory) that identifies patients that are likely to benefit from new therapies (that exist now/foreseeable future)
The research project shouldn’t:
be research equipment
be basic research that does not eventuate into clinical treatments in the foreseeable future
predominantly involve supportive care, psycho-social support, housing, transport