A key feature of applications to MRFF grant opportunities is an emphasis on proposals including well developed collaborative teams, partnerships and consortia projects. Relationships with partners and collaborators is key to a successful MRFF grant and the development of these relationships must be well founded prior to forming an application.
The MRFF provides new avenues for Flinders' researchers to address important health and medical issues for Australia. It also provides researchers with an opportunity to leverage current strategic collaborations to address issues at scale and across the community.
Research Development and Support have a dedicated team working in the development of strategic research partnerships and commercialisation. If you feel that you have opportunities for collaboration and partnership within your research area, contact strategic partnerships and research commercialisation.
If you are interested in MRFF opportunities or have research that aligns with the Initiatives under the 10-Year Plan, please complete the MRFF Survey or contact the NHMRC Grants Team do discuss. To keep up to date on announcements relating to MRFF at Flinders and MRFF grant opportunities, visit ResearchLink and update your preferences on Research Professional.
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