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Inspiring Research, our Flinders internal research communique, will be re-launched in 2019 and we are investigating what information is most important to the Flinders research community through a short survey.

Staff are asked to provide their feedback to help us deliver focused content and communications – with those who participate in the survey able to go into the draw to win a $50 Myer voucher.

The survey is now open for completion at this link.

Perspectives are welcome from regular readers as well as staff who have not read the publication. Please share the survey link with colleagues.

Flinders Research News2019 Researcher Mentoring Scheme - expressions of interest now open

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Congratulations to current mentee, Dr Tully Barnett, on the award of her ARC DECRA, which will commence in 2019. The Flinders University Researcher Mentoring Scheme is about to enter its 8th year, and this is one of the many successes that our ECRs have achieved from being in this program.

Research Development and Support is welcoming expressions of interest (EOI) from potential mentees and mentors for the 2019 Scheme up until Thursday 6 December 2018.

Please contact Dr Marina Delpin, Program Manager: Researcher Professional Development, directly for the eligibility criteria and application documents to participate as a mentee or mentor.

This whole of University initiative is a strategy to support our early-career researchers (ECRs), defined as one to eight years post-PhD conferral. It provides training and support to ECRs (mentees) to develop and maintain an effective, outcomes focused one-on-one mentoring partnership with a senior Flinders academic (mentor) underpinned with ECR-focussed researcher development opportunities.

The annual Scheme has positively impacted on ECRs’ well-being and research profile, including grant income, publications and engagement. Mentees have reported that the scheme has enhanced their ability to plan their research career, set goals, lead, manage and collaborate within and across their discipline.

Please contact Marina to discuss any questions that you may have about the mentoring scheme, on 8201 3873 or marina.delpin@flinders.edu.au. Further information about this scheme is available on the Flinders Researcher Mentoring Scheme webpage.


Flinders Research NewsNHMRC Investigator Grants Information Session – recording and slides now available


Updates and details relating to the new NHMRC Investigator Grants Scheme were presented at an information session held on 14 November 2018.

Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health) presented on the basics of the program highlighting recent changes, the eligibility criteria and the particulars of application process. Rebecca Cook, Senior Research Support Officer, CMPH, focused on aspects of addressing the ‘impact’ component of the application with guest speaker Bill Condie, from STEM Matters, also sharing his insights.

The session can now be viewed and slides accessed on our Past Training and Development page.

If you have any queries regarding NHMRC grants please contact Research Grants and Support at research.grants@flinders.edu.au.

Flinders Research NewsService One - Need help with ethics or biosecurity?

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Service One, an online service request management tool accessible through Okta, provides a range of Research, Education and General service requests for staff.

Two new service requests have recently been added namely, "I need help with an ethics query" and "I need help with biological import, export and transport approvals".

Flinders staff who wish to undertake research involving human subjects or animals, must obtain approval from the relevant committee before commencing the study. If you are a member of staff, you can now use Service One to seek assistance with a new ethics application (human and animal) or enquire about modifying an existing project. Please view the service request called "I need help with an ethics query" which can be found in the category "Research Services".

Biosecurity is the management of biological substances to reduce the risks of pests and diseases that threaten the Australian economy and environment. You can now use Service One to seek assistance with importing, exporting or packaging biological goods. Please view the service request called "I need help with importing, exporting or transporting biological goods" which can also be found in the category "Research Services".

We encourage you to use Service One to seek assistance with these activities from two dedicated teams of Service Specialists located in Research, Development and Support. In each case there is also a general query option so you can fulfil your request in one place, within one minute, and complete one streamlined request for each service.

If there is a research service that you would like to see available on Service One please compete the "new idea" or "feedback" form on the Service One Homepage - serviceone.flinders.edu.au.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsBeyond the Bruise - the invisible elements of domestic and family violence

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Domestic and family violence is more than just a headline; the actual work involved in responding to this complex issue is largely invisible and unknown. How can we best support the sector and workforce to tackle domestic and family violence to ensure the best outcomes for families as well as maintain a sustainable workforce?

Over light refreshments, Professor Sarah Wendt will explore domestic and family violence, raising questions about the future of the domestic and family violence workforce and what we expect, as part of the BRAVE Flinders Research & Innovation Series.

The lecture "Beyond the Bruise: the invisible elements of domestic and family violence" will be held in Level 1, Room 1, Flinders Victoria Square on Wednesday, 28 November 2018, 5:30-7:30pm.

To register to attend, visit the Registration page.


Through its education and research programs, Flinders encourages new ways of thinking, and supports experimentation and daring, with the mission to contribute on an international scale through ‘changing lives and changing the world’. So we invite you to share and collaborate with us on our BRAVE journey. We will impart our knowledge and new discoveries, elevate discussion and inspire debate; all with the view to facilitate the betterment of our society. To find out more about the BRAVE series, please visit the Flinders website.

Be BRAVE, be bold, be at Flinders.

Seminars Conferences and Workshops6th South Australian Space Forum

The South Australian Space Industry Centre invites you to attend the 6th South Australia Space Forum being held in Adelaide, South Australia on Wednesday 5 December 2018.

Supported by the Australian Space Agency and the Space Industry Association of Australia, this biannual forum provides the perfect opportunity to stimulate ideas, share information about emerging technologies and discuss industry trends.

The forum continues to attract growing interest in the space sector, locally, nationally and internationally and has grown from 110 participants at the first forum in May 2016 to more than 300 at our last event in April this year.

With the new Australian Space Agency formally established on 1 July 2018, there has never been a more important time to get involved in space industry engagement activity.

Facilitated by Nicola Sasanelli AM, Director of the South Australian Space Industry Centre, this event is for all involved in space-related industry, educational organisations, researchers and space associations and will include a variety of speakers on the following topics:

  • National space policy and regulation
  • Space end users
  • Space technology

This event is a must for anyone interested in the emerging space sector so make sure you register now to secure your place.

Registrations close Wednesday 28 November 2018.

A full program may be accessed by clicking here.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsInside the Scientist’s Studio with Professor Josef Penninger

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Born in Austria, Josef Penninger was a self-described mediocre student in high school who had a knack for mathematics and physics and found his true calling when venturing into research.

At this special event, come see one of the world’s great scientists, as he sits down to tell his story with Adelaide radio personality, Graham Cornes within the historical Elder Hall.

Discover how Josef Penninger’s belief in an open minded and collaborative approach to science and life has opened opportunities that he never imagined.

"All great discoveries occur when scientists wander off the beaten track, pursuing unpopular, unknown ideas or merge knowledge from disparate fields"

A truly humble individual, Josef Penninger has been recognized by prestigious scientific awards throughout his career, including the 2006 Descartes Prize, the 2007 Ernst Jung Prize for Medicine and the recent 2015 Wittgenstein Prize in Austria. Josef has also been named one of ‘Canada’s Top 40 under 40’ and was listed among the ‘10 most promising scientists in all fields in the world’ by Esquire magazine in 2002

This is unique opportunity that is not to be missed.

Tickets are only $5 and space is limited, so don’t miss out! To register, go to https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=430162&.

"To join seemingly unrelated pieces and create something new, that is what science is all about," – Josef Penninger

Flinders Research NewsNew Medical Research Future Fund Priorities released

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The new MRFF Priorities, covering the period from 2018 to 2020, have been released and are now available on the Medical Research Future Fund website.

In accordance with the Medical Research Future Fund Act 2015 (the Act), the independent Australian Medical Research Advisory Board (AMRAB) must develop a five-year Australian Medical Research and Innovation Strategy and a set of related Australian Medical Research and Innovation Priorities (Priorities) to be in force for two years.

The inaugural Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Strategy 2016-2021 and Priorities 2016-2018 were delivered to Government in early November 2016. This new release comprises the second set of MRFF Priorities spanning the period 2018-2020.

The Act requires AMRAB to take into account the following when determining the Priorities:

  • the burden of disease on the Australian community;
  • how to deliver practical benefits from medical research and medical innovation to as many Australians as possible;
  • how to ensure that financial assistance provided under the MRFF complements and enhances other financial assistance provided for medical research and innovation; and
  • any other relevant matters.

These Priorities build on (where appropriate) and replace the first set of Priorities 2016-2018. They remain consistent with the vision, aim, objectives and six strategic platforms identified in the MRFF Strategy 2016-2021.

The Priorities are:

Strategic and International Horizons

One Health – Antimicrobial Resistance
There are no borders between human and animal health when it comes to antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Research into stewardship practices, diagnostic tools and new antimicrobials and vaccines that spans this divide is critical.

Global Health and Health Security
Global health challenges including health emergencies and pandemic preparedness, and the development and implementation of low technology preventative, diagnostic and treatment solutions are best addressed through international research collaboration.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Indigenous leadership and Indigenous-led priority setting to drive health-related research to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and to close the gap on health mortality and morbidity.

Ageing and Aged Care
Research into the diseases of ageing and the means to prolong quality of life, including tackling cognitive decline and dementia, and compressing the period of intense morbidity in later years through biomedical discovery and health service innovation.


Data and Infrastructure

Digital Health Intelligence
The digitalisation of healthcare will disrupt and transform clinical practice. Data science, informatics, advanced clinical decision making tools, wearables and artificial intelligence research are the key to realising the benefits of healthcare digitalisation.


Health Services and Systems

Comparative Effectiveness Research
Support systematic evaluation and demonstration of the comparative value of health interventions to better inform the decisions clinicians and consumers make in healthcare.

Primary Care Research
Address the capacity and production gap in primary care research with an emphasis on multidisciplinary, adaptive research methodologies and clinician capability support.


Capacity and Collaboration

Clinical Researcher Capacity
Continue to enhance Australian clinical researcher capacity with a focus on next generation fellowships that target multidisciplinary engagement, fields of emerging scientific effort that has healthcare application potential and primary care.

Consumer-Driven Research
Conduct research that is driven by crowdsourcing consumer priorities and purposefully connecting researchers to consumers with the intent of enhancing evidence translation into every day clinical practice.


Trials and Translation

Drug Repurposing
Partner with industry to foster an enduring partnership to systematically identify drugs with repurposed therapeutic potential for investigative research.

Public Health Interventions
Targeted research to test innovative public health approaches to addressing modifiable risk factors that are at the heart of the rise of chronic and complex disease prevalence and persistence in Australia.



Translational Research Infrastructure
Address gaps in early biomedical and medical technology product development by supporting access to expertise and infrastructure in partnership with industry that seeks to accelerate rapid pre-clinical work and evaluation.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsChief Executive Officer of the ARC to visit Flinders

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The Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Research Council, Professor Sue Thomas, will be visiting Flinders on Thursday, 29 November 2018.

Professor Thomas will give a presentation to all Flinders staff from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM in Lecture Theatre 1.01, Health Sciences Lecture Theatre Complex.

RSVP is not required, but the Lecture Theatre only has a capacity of 250 seats. Please note that live streaming and recording will not be available for this presentation.

Flinders Research NewsNew ARC College of Experts for 2019 from Flinders

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Congratulations to the four Flinders researchers who were announced as new appointments to the 2019 ARC College of Experts, Professor Mike Nicholls (CEPSW), Associate Professor Janni Petersen (CMPH), Professor Colin Raston AO FAA (CSE), and Professor Sharyn Roach Anleu (CHASS).

They join current Flinders College of Experts members, Professor Michael Brunger (CSE), and Professor Sarah Wendt (CEPSW).

To support the advancement of knowledge and contribute to national innovation, the ARC engages an ARC College of Experts to play a key role in identifying research excellence, moderating external assessments and recommending fundable proposals. It also assists the ARC in recruiting and assigning assessors and in implementing peer review reforms in established and emerging disciplines as well as interdisciplinary areas.

Flinders Research NewsARC updates and ARC Week at Flinders


The ARC has provided an update on the Industrial Transformation Training Centres (IC19), Discovery Projects for funding commencing in 2020 (DP20), and Discovery Indigenous for funding commencing in 2020 (IN20).

The CEO of the ARC, Professor Sue Thomas, will be visiting Flinders on 29 November 2018 as part of ARC Week at Flinders.

The week will kick off on the 21 November 2018 with a workshop on Preparing an Application: Discovery Projects, presented by Maya Roberts and Professor Jim Mitchell. Dr Graham Steed from GR Steed and Associates will be presenting two workshops at Flinders on 22 and 23 November 2018. The first will be an interactive workshop will focus on the Key Selection Criteria and proposal sections for ARC Linkage grants. The second will focus on the "Dos and Don'ts" of writing your ROPE sections in an interactive workshop.


The updated Instructions to Applicants for IC19 are now available on the GrantConnect website.

Additional information has been included in (Part E) Project Costs (pages 27–32) on how to add ARC funded Training Centre Higher Degree by Research candidates (ICHDRs) and Training Centre Postdoctoral fellows (ICPDs ) into the budget table.

All documentation for this scheme is available on the GrantConnect website. Please note, while the grant guidelines are available to view, you will need to register with GrantConnect to access all documentation. If you have any issues in access GrantConnect, please contact Research Development and Support (RDS) via arc@flinders.edu.au.

The ARC is anticipating a delay to the opening dates for the following grant opportunities:

  • Discovery Projects for funding commencing in 2020
  • Discovery Indigenous for funding commencing in 2020

When the new opening dates for these schemes are known, the ARC website and GrantConnect will be updated and the ARC will advise via a Network Message. RDS will update our website information, including the ARC grant calendar with Research Development and Support internal deadlines as soon as this new information is made available.

New OpportunitiesCapstone Editing Grant for Mid-Career Researchers

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The Capstone Editing Grant for Mid-Career Researchers is currently open. Applications are open from 1 July to 30 December every year.

The Grant provides up to A$5,000 of seed funding for one researcher per year to undertake an innovative research project. The expectation is that the research project will gather preliminary data and lead to the development of a research council funding application.

The grant can be used to cover any costs related to the research project, such as software or small lab equipment; domestic or overseas travel to learn new techniques or collaborate with colleagues; academic editing of the grant proposal; and data analysis.

Capstone Editing defines a mid-career researcher as someone who 1) holds a PhD and 2) graduated from their PhD within the past five to ten years (excluding career interruptions in relation to caring responsibilities).

Application support and advice for the grant is available from Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer, Research Development and Support.

For further information, including eligibility and the online application process, please see the Capstone Editing website.

New OpportunitiesIUHPST Essay Prize in History and Philosophy of Science

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The International Union of History and Philosophy of Science and Technology (IUHPST) invites submissions for the 2019 IUHPST Essay Prize in History and Philosophy of Science. This prize competition, planned to continue on a biennial basis, seeks to encourage fresh methodological thinking on the history and philosophy of science as an integrated discipline.

Entries in the form of an essay of 5,000–10,000 words in English are invited, addressing this year’s prize question: “What is the value of history of science for philosophy of science?”

This question is intended as a counterpart to the question for the inaugural run of the prize in 2017, which asked about the value of philosophy of science for history of science. The 2017 prize was won by Theodore Arabatzis of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, for his essay “What’s in it for the historian of science?”.

All entries should contain original work that has not previously been published. For entries written originally in another language, an English translation should be submitted, with an indication of the translator. Entries will be judged on the following criteria, in addition to general academic quality: a direct engagement with this year’s prize question, an effective integration of historical and philosophical perspectives, and the potential to provide methodological guidance for other researchers in the field.

The author of the winning entry will be invited to present the work at the 16th Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science and Technology (CLMPST 2019) to be held at the Czech Technical University, Prague, Czechia, 5–10 August 2019. Presenting at the Congress will be a condition of the award.

The award will carry a cash prize of US$ 1,000 and, in addition, a waiver of the Congress registration fee.

Other strong entries will also be considered for presentation at the Congress. In order to ensure this consideration, entrants should submit the entry also as an individual paper proposal for the Congress by the deadline of 15 December 2018, following the standard instructions indicated on the Congress website. The Flinders internal closing date is 7 December 2018. For advice and support, please contact Marina Delpin, Research Development and Support.

New OpportunitiesAustralian National Commission for UNESCO Grant Program

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Applications for the Australian National Commission for UNESCO Grant Program are now open. The program is designed to support projects which will further National Commission and UNESCO priorities and objectives.

Selected projects are eligible to receive funds of up to $20,000 and will be delivered by Australian organisations that support the advancement of UNESCO’s goals in Australia.

These goals include:
  • Attaining quality education for all and lifelong learning.
  • Mobilizing science knowledge and policy for sustainable development.
  • Protecting, promoting and transmitting heritage.
  • Fostering cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue.
  • Building inclusive knowledge societies through information and communication.

Applications close on Friday 23 November 2018 at 5pm.

For more information, please visit the Australian National Commission for UNESCO Grant Program website.

New OpportunitiesJapan Society for the Promotion of Science fellowships

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The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), in association with the Australian Academy of Science, offers Postdoctoral Fellowships for Australian researchers to work in institutes affiliated with JSPS.

The JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship Program for Foreign Researchers provides opportunities for Australian postdoctoral researchers to conduct, under the guidance of their Japanese hosts, cooperative research with leading research groups in universities and other Japanese institutions.

The program aims to help such researchers advance their own research while contributing to the advancement of research in Japan and the counterpart countries.

Applications are now being received for visits to Japan commencing between 1 April and 30 November 2019. The closing date is 5pm (AEDT) Wednesday 21 November 2018.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified researchers in any field of natural sciences (including technology, engineering and medicine), the humanities and social sciences.

For more information, please visit the Australian Academy of Science website.

New OpportunitiesAvalon 2019 Innovation Awards

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The AVALON 2019 Innovation Awards recognise and reward innovation by Australian individuals and organisations at the forefront of innovation in aviation, aerospace, defence and space products, services and business processes.

The Chairman of Aerospace Australia Limited will present the Awards during the Australian International Airshow and Aerospace & Defence Exposition 2019 at Avalon International Airport.

There are six awards in all, for aerospace and aviation innovators. Non-defence companies and individuals will be eligible for the:

  • AVALON 2019 National Civil Innovation Award
  • AVALON 2019 Civil SME Innovation Grant
  • AVALON 2019 Young Innovator Scholarship for Civil Industry

Both the SME Innovation Grants and Young Innovator Awards are worth $15,000 each.

In addition, entries are also particularly welcome from both defence and non-defence organisations in the following categories, in which the judges, at their discretion, may present additional prizes:

  • Space Operations and Technology – anything relating to space technology and operations, from launchers and payloads to ground stations and control systems
  • Autonomous and Unmanned Systems and ISR – anything from hand-held to HALE UAVs, Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance equipment and payloads, advanced ground stations, autonomous systems and robotic ground vehicles
  • Training - anything from elementary flight training through vocational training of LAMEs and air traffic controllers, to professional engineering training and education
  • Aeronautics – anything relating to aircraft, helicopter and missile Structures, Propulsion, Role Equipment and Flight Control, including Counter-Drone Technologies

The awards are open to Australian companies or the Australian subsidiaries of overseas parent companies, and the innovation could be anything from a new product or service to a new approach to business. Young innovators may be engineers, managers or early-career researchers working in industry, academia or a specialist research centre.

The closing date for the Awards is 30 November 2018. For application advice and assistance, please contact Tony Kyriacou, Defence Partnerships Director.

Further information, including the application form is available at the Avalon 2019 website.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWhat’s on in ienrol research? November 2018

Proactively Supporting our Research

Ienrol research lists all training and development opportunities related to developing skills core to the research process and doing research at Flinders University. You can book to attend workshops, information sessions, and/or seminars that aim to facilitate the ongoing development of all researchers.

This regular posting in Inspiring Research will update you as to what’s on offer in the coming month, listing current opportunities that you can participate in and book into now. Click on the links below to view the course details.


Research Grants:

Top tips for writing successful ARC Linkage Proposals - by GR Steed & Associates, Thursday, 22 November 2018

Getting the ROPE section right in ARC research proposals - by GR Steed & Associates, Friday, 23 November 2018


Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods:

IBM SPSS - Advanced: Linear Mixed Models, Tuesday, 20 November 2018

IBM SPSS - Advanced: Longitudinal Data Analysis – Mixed and Latent Variable Growth Curve Models, Wednesday, 21 November 2018

IBM SPSS - Advanced: Scale Development, Thursday, 22 November 2018

IBM SPSS - Advanced: Structural Equation Modelling using AMOS, Tuesday, 27 November 2018

IBM SPSS - Advanced: Complex Sample Survey Design / ABS and DSS Confidentialised Datasets, Wednesday, 28 November 2018

IBM SPSS - Advanced: Programming in IBM SPSS (Syntax, Macros, Custom Dialogs and R programmability extensions), Thursday, 29 November 2018


Seminars for HDR Supervisors:

Complaints about PhD Supervision: What, How, Why, Thursday, 8 November 2018

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsTop tips for writing successful ARC Linkage Proposals - by GR Steed & Associates

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This interactive workshop will focus on the Key Selection Criteria and proposal sections for ARC Linkage grants. The workshop will be held on Thursday 22 November, from 12:30 - 2:00 PM in Room 0006, Anchor Court, Physical Sciences Building. Register at ienrol.

This workshop will also address what is crucial to success in developing a Linkage proposal and how to avoid the most common reasons for a poor assessment.

Real examples of top class Linkage Projects will be used. Discussion is encouraged throughout the workshop and participants are encouraged to share their own experiences for feedback and advice.

Bring your Linkage Project ideas to make the most of this session.

Dr Graham Steed, Director G R Steed & Associates Pty Ltd, is a Research Management Consultant for research intensive Universities, Government and Industry investors and R&D providers. He specialises in improving research funding proposals to increase the chances of obtaining funds. Graham has over 10 years hands-on experience working with CIs and their research teams to develop high quality, successful ARC and NHMRC research proposals including Linkage, Discovery, Centres of Excellence (both ARC and NHMRC), Future Fellows, Laureates, Partnerships, Development and Program grants.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsGetting the ROPE section right in ARC research proposals - by GR Steed & Associates

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Government research schemes place a strong emphasis on the track record of people applying for their grants.

The Research Opportunity and Performance Evidence (ROPE) section of these grants can certainly cause both success and failure for a researcher and research teams.

This interactive workshop will focus on the "Dos and Don'ts" of writing your ROPE sections. Participants are encouraged to seek feedback on their own personal experiences with assessor reports. The workshop will be held in Room 0008, Anchor Court, Physical Sciences Building on Friday, 23 November from 12:30 - 2:00 PM. Register at ienrol.

Bring along your ROPE to annotate and refine, based on the discussed principles.

Dr Graham Steed, Director G R Steed & Associates Pty Ltd, is a Research Management Consultant for research intensive Universities, Government and Industry investors and R&D providers. He specialises in improving research funding proposals to increase the chances of obtaining funds. Graham has over 10 years hands-on experience working with CIs and their research teams to develop high quality, successful ARC and NHMRC research proposals including Linkage, Discovery, Centres of Excellence (both ARC and NHMRC), Future Fellows, Laureates, Partnerships, Development and Program grants.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsARC Discovery Projects - preparing an application

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Are you or your team planning to submit an application in the 2020 round or beyond? This session, presented by Professor Jim Mitchell, CSE, and Maya Roberts, Senior Research Grants Officer (ARC), will step through the process for submission and how we can support you.

The session will be held in Lecture Theatre 2, Flinders Medical Centre on Wednesday 21 November from 12:30 - 1:30 PM.

Join this session to learn:

  • key considerations when preparing your application
  • selection criteria
  • assessment process
  • tips for success

Jim is Chief Investigator on DP, LE and LP grants & is a previous ARC College of Experts member.

There will be an opportunity for questions and discussion.

The session will also be livestreamed.

Enquiries to Kirsty de Reuyter, Researcher Professional Development.

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