Diabetes Australia Research Millennium Awards are intended to provide for basic science, clinical or translational research.
Its main focus can be either type 1 or type 2 diabetes. These focus areas can reflect various components of the population, including paediatric, adolescent / youth, adult, older people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and the culturally and linguistically diverse.
The major classifications of the research include the following:
- Self-management / education
- Psychological / behavioural research
- Glycaemic management
- Exercise / nutrition
- Islet biology
- Health care systems research
- Insulin resistance / obesity
- Complications – Vision / eye health
- Complications – Kidney health
- Complications – Nerve health
- Complications – Cardiovascular health
- Complications – Foot disease and wound healing
- Complications – Other
Funding & Duration
The two Millennium Awards (one for type 1 diabetes and one for type 2 diabetes) of up to $150,000 each are granted over a two-year period, with projects expected to be complete by the end of the 2018 calendar year.
Diabetes Australia Research Program grants are available to non-profit organisations concerned with the promotion of health care, education and / or medical research in the area of diabetes.
Other Schemes in this Program
Submission Requirements & Internal Due Date
- Applications must be submitted for internal review by 29 April 2016
- The University’s Grant Application Cover Sheet must accompany your application
- Email: email@example.com