Cancer Council SA Beat Cancer Project – Translational Research Project

The Beat Cancer Project is a South Australian state-wide initiative intended to support and advance cancer research within the state. It is funded by Cancer Council SA, the South Australian Government (through SA Health) and is administered by the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI).

The Beat Cancer Project Translational Research Package aims to support the objectives of the Beat Cancer Project by promoting a highly collaborative, translational research environment within the South Australian health system.

The scheme aims to support practice-based research and evaluation projects, and identify targeted, multidisciplinary translational research that address specific State priorities. The scheme also aims to support the translation of that research into policy and practice for improved health outcomes of the community.

The objectives of the Beat Cancer Project Translational Research Package funding scheme are to:

  • Translate research results to inform complementary research activity, health policy development and health service delivery for better health outcomes.
  • Provide opportunity to build teams including early and mid-career researchers with clear opportunities for career progression and skill development in research translation.

Funding & duration

  • 2 grants of $250,000 over 3 years
  • Requires matched funding


To be eligible, applicants must be located and conduct their research in South Australia and be employed by a South Australian institution for the duration of the funding period.

Submission requirements & due date

Further information

  • Visit the website for this scheme

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