Funding opportunities for researchers
Cancer Council Queensland is proud to offer research funding opportunities to cancer researchers residing in Queensland.
Cancer research project grants commencing in 2019
Applications for project grants to commence in 2019 are now closed. Successful applicants will be announced as soon as possible towards the end of 2018.
New cancer research funding opportunity, for funding to commence in 2020
Cancer Council Queensland is pleased to announce significant changes to its cancer research funding opportunities, for funding to commence in 2020.
CCQ’s long-running cancer research project grant scheme will be replaced with an entirely new funding opportunity: “Cancer Council Queensland Accelerating Collaborative Cancer Research (ACCR) Grants”.
The new funding scheme is intended to:
- Stimulate innovative, collaborative cancer research
- Develop the capacity of high quality cancer research groups in Queensland
- Accelerate the progress of research to improve cancer control
Applications for ACCR grants will be sought in 2019. Two ACCR grants will be awarded to commence in 2020.
Each ACCR grant will be for a maximum term of four years.
Each ACCR grant will provide a total of $500,000 p.a., comprising $350,000 per annum from CCQ and a required cash co-contribution of $150,000 p.a. from the Administering Institution.
Applications for ACCR grants will be in two stages:
- Submission of an Expression of Interest (closing date 23 May 2019) followed by
- Submission of a full application, by invitation only
For Detailed Instructions to Applicants follow this link.
Inquiries about Cancer Council Queensland research funding opportunities should be directed to:
Senior Manager, Research Governance and Operations
Telephone: (07) 3634 5265
NOTE: Regarding tobacco industry funding
Persons who are applicants for, or in receipt of, tobacco industry funding are not eligible to apply for or receive funding from Cancer Council Queensland. Staff of institutions receiving funding from the tobacco industry will also not be eligible to apply for, or receive funding from, Cancer Council Queensland. A declaration signed by a responsible officer of the institution that the institution is not in receipt of tobacco industry funding will be required.