Cancer Council SA Beat Cancer Project: One Year Infrastructure Grants

Beat Cancer Project Infrastructure Funding will be directed towards research infrastructure that could make an important difference to cancer prevention, treatment and knowledge across the research spectrum including applied clinical, health services and population health research fields and biomedical science.

Applications from researchers in applied fields are encouraged.

Funding & Duration

Under the Beat Cancer Project a pool of funds is available for Infrastructure Funding. Researchers and managers of research infrastructure platforms are invited to submit proposals where they can attract matched funding.

Funding of up to $250,000 will be available per proposal.

Support services such as data management, biostatistical and health economics services will be eligible for Infrastructure Funding. A wide range of non-workforce infrastructure items will also be eligible, including items related to bioinformatics, clinical trials and advanced technology platforms (e.g. as might apply in relation to genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, crystallography and two-photon imaging).

Funding will not be provided for infrastructure already purchased, although funding for important enhancements may be considered.


To be eligible for Infrastructure Funding, applicants and the Administering Institution must both be based in South Australia.

View the Funding Guidelines [PDF] for further details.

Submission Requirements

There is currently no closing date for this funding scheme.

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