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Alison Hey-Cunningham +61 2 9515 6651    

Email
alison.hey-cunningham@sydney.edu.au

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Centre of Research Excellence in Pulmonary Fibrosis
Respiratory Medicine and Sleep Unit
Level 11, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Camperdown NSW 2050

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Career Development

Career development of future researchers is a core focus of CREATE. The overall goal of career development is to identify and train investigators who will be future leaders in pulmonary fibrosis research.

Research training opportunities include:

  • PhD scholarships for projects supervised by CRE-PF investigators
  • Post-doctoral fellowships

Funding is available for short term travel/exchange and training opportunities for PhDs and PDFs in the CREATE Training Program to visit other facilities and labs and to develop their skills and networks. Grants are allocated via a competitive application process.

Current Funding Opportunities

There are no current funding opportunities.

PACT Grant-in-aid

The Pulmonary Fibrosis Australasian Clinical Trials (PACT) Network offered the second annual PACT Grant-in-Aid for Investigator-led Pulmonary Fibrosis Clinical Research in February 2021.

One Grant-in-Aid opportunity valued at $30,000, supported by Lung Foundation Australia and CRE-Pulmonary Fibrosis, to assist investigator led Pulmonary Fibrosis clinical research was awarded to Dr Yet Hong Khor from Austin Health and Christopher Ryerson from University of British Columbia.

CREATE Hope PhD Scholarships for Pulmonary Fibrosis Research

Thanks to a donation from Lung Foundation Australia's Hope Research Fund the CRE-PF and LFA offered two PhD scholarships for a new or ongoing student, each for $28,000 for the academic year 2021.

Congratulations to to the winners of the CREATE Hope PhD scholarships: Joanna Lee (Self-management for pulmonary fibrosis: what does it mean and how might it help?) and Claudia Sim (Targeting fibrosis with relaxin – a new therapeutic strategy for IPF and silicosis), both from Monash University.

Lung Foundation Australia

Lung Foundation Australia funding opportunities for 2021 have now closed.

https://lungfoundation.com.au/research/awards-and-grants/apply-for-funding/