Cancer Council Queensland is proud to offer research funding opportunities to cancer researchers residing in Queensland.
Accelerating Collaborative Cancer Research (ACCR) Grants
Cancer Council Queensland’s scheme for cancer research funding is called the Accelerating Collaborative Cancer Research (ACCR) grants scheme. The ACCR grants scheme has replaced CCQ’s long-running Cancer Research Project Grants scheme.
The ACCR grants aim to:
- Accelerate the translation of research findings into improved outcomes, clinical practice or health policy to improve the survival and well-being of cancer patients
- Stimulate innovative, collaborative cancer research in areas of need
- Develop the capacity of high-quality cancer research groups in Queensland.
Up to two ACCR grants will be awarded in 2021 for funding to commence on 1 January 2022. Each grant will:
- Be of four years’ duration.
- Provide a total of $500,000 per annum, comprising $350,000 per annum from CCQ and a required cash co-contribution of $150,000 per annum from the Administering Institution.
How do I apply?
The application process for ACCR grants is a two-stage process involving initial expressions of interest followed by a full application (by invitation only).
- ACCR Grants Instructions for Applicants
- Letter of support template
- Budget template
- ACCR Grant Funding Agreement
Key dates for 2021
|Expressions of Interest open:||29 March 2021 at 9am|
|Expressions of Interest close:||13 May 2021 at 4pm|
|Shortlisted applications announced:||5 July 2021|
|Full applications close:||26 August 2021 at 4pm|
|Successful applications announced:||11 November 2021|
How can I find out more information?
Enquiries about Cancer Council Queensland research funding opportunities should be directed to:
Manager, Research Operations
Telephone: (07) 3634 5393
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. The 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.