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Our ongoing commitment to improving outcomes and quality of life for people affected by cancer depends on a range of factors. One of the most vital is our opportunity to access funding by way of research grants to support our efforts. 

According to the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), one researcher has the potential to improve millions of lives. For more than three decades, TROG Cancer Research has committed its efforts to this goal.

TROG Cancer Research has a dedicated team supporting our Members in their quests for securing grants to facilitate cancer research funding. 

Read on to discover the current grant funding opportunities available.

TROG Cancer Research grants calendar

Balnaves Foundation Ongoing The Balnaves foundation supports eligible organisations across Australia that aim to create a better Australia through education, medicine and the arts with a focus on young people, the disadvantages and indigenous Australia. Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing
Novartis Ongoing Grants can be provided to all registered medical, scientific, charitable and healthcare organisations, and patient associations Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing
Anti Cancer Fund Ongoing Do not hesitate to apply for funding if you have a clinical trial proposal meeting our five core criteria in one of the following specific cancer domains: paediatric solid tumours, including brain tumours and sarcomas, gynaecological cancers (excluding breast cancer), adult brain tumours and brain metastaseshepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing
Australian Cancer Research Foundation Annual grant ACRF is a private charity that provides major capital grants (between $1.5 Million to $5 Million) for infrastructure, equipment and technology for cancer research at Australian institutes, hospitals and universities. Grants are available for research into all types of cancer with a focus on detection, prevention and/or treatment 04.03.2024 24.05.2024
MRFF 2023 Clinical Trials Activity Applications must address the objectives and desired outcomes described in section 1.3 of the Grant Opportunity Guidelines. Applications to this grant opportunity must propose research that addresses one of the four Streams of research. An application may be submitted to one of the four Streams only. 25.10.2023 01.05.2024 29.05.2024
The Ian Potter Foundation Medical Research Funding The Foundation aims to advance understanding and improve the treatment of major diseases by supporting leading Australian research institutes, universities and teaching hospitals to undertake innovative biomedical research. The Medical Research program considers applications to support the provision of equipment and capital infrastructure to support outstanding research groups. 29.04.2024 06.06.2024
Department of Health and Aged Care 2023 Innovative Trials The objective of the 2023 Innovative Trials grant opportunity is to provide grants of financial assistance to support Australian medical research and medical innovation projects that address an area of unmet medical need by promoting the development and implementation of adaptive platform trials, conduct a registry-based randomised controlled trial in an area of unmet medical need by embedding a registry-based randomised controlled trial into a pre-existing clinical registry, or generate evidence of the efficiency and cost effectiveness of innovative trial designs over conventional trial designs. 06.02.2024 N/A 10.07.2024
MRFF 2024 Early to Mid-Career Researchers Grant Opportunity The objective of the 2024 Early to Mid-Career Researchers Grant Opportunity is to provide grants of financial assistance to support Australian medical research and medical innovation projects 07.02.2024 26.06.2024 24.07.2024
MRFF 2023 Multidisciplinary Models of Primary Care (Stream 4) The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) 2023 Multidisciplinary Models of Primary Care Grant Opportunity will support research that develops and implements multidisciplinary, collaborative, regional consortiathat design, implement and evaluate (including cost-benefit analyses) system level reform strategies for local health system integration. 18.04.2023 10.07.2024 07.08.2024
NHMRC Partnerships Project (PRC2) This funding scheme provides funding and support to create new opportunities for researchers and policy makers to work together to define research questions, undertake research, interpret the findings and implement the findings into policy and practice. 21.03.2024 24.07.2024 07.08.2024

There are currently no travel grants available.

There are currently no education grants available.