Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsWhat's on in ienrol research - 30 May to 13 June 2019

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 weeks, listing current opportunities that you can participate in and book into now.

Click on the links below to view the course details.


ARC RejoindersMonday 3 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsMonday 3 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: NHMRC and Health grantsWednesday, 5 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Social and Behavioural research ethicsFriday, 7 June 2019

Building research partnerships, Tuesday 11 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: ARC grantsTuesday 11 June 2019

Drop-In Sessions: Industry, Government, International & Internal grants, Wednesday 12 June 2019

Research environment & capability statementThursday 13 June 2019



Further courses scheduled for later in the month and beyond are available at ienrol research.

New OpportunitiesTravel Grants to support attendance at the 2019 International Symposium on ALS/MND in Perth

MND Australia

The International Symposium on ALS/MND is coming to Perth in December 2019. Australian MND researchers will have the opportunity to meet with and present their work to an audience of around 1,000 MND researchers and research advocates from around the globe at the Symposium.

Since 2005 the Annual MND Australia Research Conference has provided the opportunity for researchers funded by MND Research Institute of Australia (MNDRIA) to present their currently funded work.

As the Conference is not being held this year, the MDRIA is administering the Jenny and Graham Lang Travel Grants, which contribute $1,500 towards the cost of attending the International Symposium on ALS/MND in Perth on 4-6 December 2019.

The grant will only be awarded to applicants who intend to register for attendance at the Symposium.

Early bird registration for the Symposium of £400 closes on 27 August 2019.

The Grant must be used to subsidise travel, registration fees or other costs associated with attendance at the Symposium. 


  1. Recipients of the Nina Buscombe Award for 2019 are not eligible to receive the Jenny and Graham Lang Travel Grant 2019 (applications can be made for both but only one can be accepted)
  2. The applicant must be a researcher with an interest in motor neurone disease 
  3. The applicant must be an Australian citizen or permanent Australian resident 
  4. Applicants who are final year PhD students or early postdoctoral researchers will be considered favourably
  5. Applicants who have submitted a presentation abstract will be considered favourably
  6. The applicant must have no more than 10 years postdoctoral research experience
  7. The applicant must agree to write a formal report on their attendance at the Symposium, including knowledge gained and the benefit for people with motor neurone disease. This report must be sent within 4 weeks of the conclusion of the Symposium.

Applications to MNDRIA close 5.00 pm AEST on 8 July 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 24 June 2019 for a completed final draft application. For application advice and assistance, contact Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health).

The MND Australia website has further details and how to apply on the travel grant.

For information on the Symposium and associated meetings, visit the MND Australia website.

The Jenny and Graham Lang Travel Grants are provided by MND Victoria and administered by the MNDRIA.

Flinders Research NewsDeveloping an Evaluation Framework for the Medical Research Future Fund


Research Australia members are invited to participate in a webinar briefing on the Draft Evaluation Framework for the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF). Flinders University is a member of Research Australia and interested staff are encouraged to attend the webinar.

The briefing will take place at midday AEST, Tuesday 4 June.

In this webinar Research Australia will provide:

  • background on why understanding return on investment through the MRFF matters;
  • a briefing on what Research Australia are recommending, and the feedback received to date; and
  • an opportunity to contribute to the conversation about how the MRFF Evaluation Framework can meet Government’s needs and provide researchers with a new lens through which to understand the economic, social and health benefits of their work.

Register at

The MRFF is a once in a generation opportunity to cement Australia’s position as a global leader in health innovation. The bipartisan support the MRFF has enjoyed to date is testament to the opportunity the MRFF offers and the value Australians place on value-based healthcare.

As a key architect of medical research policy in Australia, Research Australia has been working with the Department of Health to develop an Evaluation Framework for the MRFF which:

  • quantifies actual and expected gains, typically measured in quality adjusted life years (QALYs); savings cases; productivity dividends; economic contribution; and employment;
  • provides qualitative description of complementary effects, e.g. confidence amongst researchers which is relevant to staying in the sector; willingness of non-government funders such as venture capitalists, philanthropists and even private individuals to invest in this area;
  • identifies formal outcomes without strict numerical valuation, e.g. new registries; increase in capacity; regional access to services; and
  • promotes and measures translation of MRFF-funded research into health system improvements, social benefits and practice changes.

Tight fiscal constraint in both the public and private sectors means that continuing support for the MRFF relies on real, demonstrable health and economic impact. An Evaluation Framework for the MRFF safeguards the Fund, making the case for continued investment to Government and taxpayers.

To find out more about the Draft Evaluation Framework, please contact Research Australia on (02) 9295 8546 or

New OpportunitiesMS Research Australia Incubator Round 2 and Travel Award now open

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MS Research Australia offers a range of grants, including Project, Fellowships, Scholarships and Travel Awards to support and accelerate research into finding better treatments and a cure for MS.

Whilst eligibility requirements and conditions differ between awards, all applications must have a direct link to advancing our knowledge of MS.

The following awards are currently open for applications:

MS Research Australia Incubator Grant

Incubator grants provide seed funding for the early stages of new innovative research efforts, with the aim of generating preliminary data needed to support future grant applications. There are two rounds a year which have an expedited review process. The maximum value of an incubator grant is $25,000. The research is expected to be completed within a year from the date that the grant is awarded.

Deadline Round 2: 28 June 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 14 June 2019 for a completed final draft application. For application advice and assistance, contact Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health).


MS Research Australia Ian Ballard Travel Award

The Ian Ballard Travel Award is intended to enable recipients to undertake an international travel tour to undertake learning or to extend or establish collaborations on their MS research speciality.

Deadline: 27 September 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 13 September 2019 for a completed final draft application. For application advice and assistance, contact Gareth Rees, Senior Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health).


Further information can be found on the MS Australia website.

Before applying for any of the Grant funding awards listed above, please read the MS Research Australia funding process document, the conditions of award document and the sample peer review document

Seminars Conferences and Workshops2019 Ethics and Integrity Course for HDR Students

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Flinders University, the University of Adelaide, and UniSA invite all their higher degree by research (HDR) students to attend a one day workshop on human research ethics and integrity.

Current HDR students who will be undertaking research projects that may require human research ethics approval are strongly encouraged to attend this workshop, to be held on 19 June 2019.

The workshop will include:

  • An introduction to research integrity and the responsible conduct of research;
  • An overview of the ethical issues that may arise in research involving humans (including topic specific break-out sessions);
  • Tools to analyse and address these issues;
  • How to apply for approval from a Human Research Ethics Committee.

Registration is required by Monday 10 June. To register, visit the University of Adelaide website. If you have any enquiries, please contact the University of Adelaide Human Research Ethics Team on

For more information, visit the University of Adelaide website.

Non-HDR students, whose current program of study requires an application for ethics approval may also be eligible to attend, pending confirmation from their supervisor. Contact the University of Adelaide Human Research Ethics Team to ascertain eligibility.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsCall for applications for the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia’s 2020-21 Workshop Program is now open

Academy of Social Sciences in Australia

The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) is calling for applications for its Workshop Program Grant.

This grant is for workshops to be held between 1 July 2020 and 30 June 2021. Applications are due by Friday 4 October 2019.

ASSA’s Workshop Program provides grants to researchers in the social sciences for the purpose of funding two-day research workshops on issues of national concern. The program provides an arena for intellectual exchange, a forum for developing connections between research and policy, and a platform for supporting Early Career Researchers.

Workshops will be funded to a maximum of $9,000. This sum includes provision of $1,500 towards the cost of preparing a digested analysis paper. This paper should be an analytical summary of the workshop content, and is intended to be accessible to people with no special knowledge in the topic of inquiry. At least one of the workshop convenors must be an ASSA fellow, and at least two of the participants must be Early Career Researchers based in Australia. Workshops with an emphasis on policy often include government officials and policy analysts.

Please visit the ASSA website for information about the Workshop Program, and to download the guidelines and application form.

Flinders Research NewsProgram Launched for Research Activate and Communicate – the 2019 June Flinders’ Research Intensive

Research Activate and Communicate

"Research Activate and Communicate" is an initiative to bring Flinders’ research community together to inform, inspire and share strategies that drive research success.

You can now access the full “Activate & Communicate” program and enrol at ienrol-Research for research training and development workshops being run during this intensive in the week of 24 June.

Sessions will cover a breadth of topics core to: 

  • research funding applications and research-group development strategies; 
  • exploring the commonalities of successful funding applications;
  • informing publication strategy; 
  • publishing with impact – making the most of your outputs; 
  • benchmarking your career; 
  • academic profile management; 
  • working with the media. 

In addition, we are welcoming external experts to lead training in:

  • establishing yourself as a thought leader; 
  • engage and captivate - persuasive presentation skills;
  • social media for researchers; 
  • searching for research funding – a masterclass.

Please contact Dr Marina Delpin, Manager: Researcher Training, Development and Communication if you have any queries.

New OpportunitiesFulbright Scholarships for Australians - double the number of scholarships available this year


There is no better time to apply for a Fulbright Scholarship - the Fulbright Commission has more than doubled their offering of scholarships in 2019!

Applications are now open for U.S. study and research opportunities for all academic career stages and will close on 15 July 2019.

The Australian-American Fulbright Commission offers Scholarships to Australian citizens to take part in a bi-lateral academic and cultural exchange, pursuing research or study in the USA with the aim to bring back knowledge and experiences to be shared with their Australian communities.

In March this year Flinders hosted Tara Hawley, Manager of Scholarships from the Australian-American Fulbright Commission. Tara presented the latest information on scholarship categories and how to apply. Her presentation slides are available to all Flinders staff and students – for a copy please contact Kirsty de Ruyter, Research Support Officer, Researcher Training, Development and Communications.

Rupali Saikia, Research Grants Officer (IGII), can provide advice and assistance to research staff, including Flinders postdocs, who are looking to apply. The Flinders internal closing date for awards is 1 July 2019 for a completed final draft application. 

There are a suite of awards. For more information on the awards available, please visit the Fulbright website. In brief:

  • Fulbright Scholar Awards are for academics (at Associate or full Professorial level) and mid-career professionals (with an undergraduate qualification and minimum 10 years work experience) to undertake research and/or training in the United States for 3-4 months in any discipline.

  • The Fulbright Distinguished Chair award is for an exceptional individual at professorial level to carry out research in the United States for up to 6 months.

  • Fulbright Postdoctoral scholarships allow individuals who have completed their PhD in the past 5 years, or who are in the last year of their completion, to undertake postdoctoral research in the U.S. for 3 – 10 months.

  • Fulbright Postgraduate Scholarships allow postgraduate students undertaking their Australian PhD to conduct research in the U.S. for 3 months up to two- years. Please contact the Megan Prideaux in the Office of Graduate Research, for further information on how to apply as a Flinders student.

  • The Fulbright Future Scholarships provides 100% funded opportunities for study and research program in the U.S., for projects that seeks to have a positive impact on the health, livelihoods and prosperity of Australians. Fulbright Future Scholarships are open to postgraduate students and researchers. Awardees will receive funding for full tuition/visiting researcher expenses at a US institution of their choice as well as travel and living costs.

  • The Fulbright Distinguished Chair for US Applicants to carry out research at an Australian sponsoring institution is also currently open and will close on 16 September 2019.


In addition to Tara’s presentation, Flinders’ Professor Claire Smith will provide further insight - Thursday 30 May 2019, 12 noon, Meeting Room HUMS203, Humanities Building. Claire will share her considerable experience with Fulbright Scholarships, having been awarded two Fulbright grants and recently appointed to the SA Selection Committee.

Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsACSPRI 2019 2-day Masterclasses in data analysis now open

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The Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI)'s 2-day Masterclass program in Melbourne is now open for enrolments.

Stata, R or SPSS, are all powerful analysis tools and each package has it's advantages & disadvantages. If you'd like to, or need to learn a 'new' software package in a hands-on, applied course, the 2-day masterclass courses below may suit you. 

Surviving SPSS: a step by step guide to data Analysis using SPSS: 5-6 August

  • A hands-on, course is designed for people who have little, or no, experience with SPSS
  • Learn how to set up, code and manipulate data to get it ready performing a number of basic statistical analyses.
  • The course is suited for those involved in research in the social and health sciences, education and business.

Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using Stata: 30-31 August

  • A foundation for undestanding how to use SEM to explore and test complex relationships.
  • For participants with an introductory-level understanding of the statistical methods of regression analysis and exploratory factor analysis.
  • You will experience hands-on SEM examples and build your own Stata SEM models.

Foundations of R: 8-9 November

  • An introduction to the foundations of R such as libraries, matrix manipulation, objects, and data frames.
  • You will use R Markdown in RStudio to generate reports, tables and graphics to Word, PDF and HTML files.
  • For people with no experience with R and RStudio.


Information on all the ACSPRI courses is available at the ACSPRI website. For further information, call or email ACSPRI on 03 8376 6496 or As Flinders is a member of ACSPRI, all staff are able to access the membership prices for attendance at the courses.

ACSPRI's courses are:

  • small group, capped at 20 people;
  • applied, with 'hands on' exercises;
  • taught by experienced instructors;
  • run across 5 days
  • cover qualitative and quantitative methodologies;
  • range from fundamentals courses (level 1) right through to very advanced (level 5);
  • include lunch, morning and afternoon tea

New OpportunitiesNHMRC Postgraduate Scholarships for funding commencing in 2020


Do you know an outstanding research student who may be interested in an NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship in 2020?

The NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship scheme funds successful applicants to attain a research based postgraduate degree (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) or Research Masters Degree).

The objective of the Postgraduate Scholarship scheme is to support outstanding graduates early in their careers so they can be trained to conduct health and medical research that is internationally competitive.

The previous restriction on applicants in the final year of an Honours degree has been removed. 

Postgraduate Scholarships (PGS) Grant guidelines for funding commencing in 2020.

More information can be found on the NHMRC website.

For application assistance, please contact Amanda Wright, Research Grants Officer (NHMRC and Health). The Flinders internal deadline for submissions is 3 June 2019.

New OpportunitiesCompetition - space to innovate

Defence and Security Accelerator

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) Space Programme is seeking proposals that can aid UK Defence and Security to develop future space technologies.

At least £2.25 million is expected to fund multiple proposals over 2 phases. Phase 1 proposals must be for a maximum of 12 months duration and be up to a maximum value of £200k each.

They are looking for innovative solutions that can address the following challenge areas;

  • Technologies for defending future UK space assets
  • Novel sensing and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) enablers
  • Characterisation of objects in space and their intent
  • Overcoming the technical issues of ‘Space to Sea Level’ optical communications

Phase 1 applications close on midday (BST) on 26 June 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 12 June 2019 for a completed final draft application to

Queries should be sent to For advice and assistance in applying, please contact Tony Kyriacou, Defence Partnerships Director.

Learn more at the website.

New OpportunitiesOver $200,000 In Funding Available at State Library of NSW

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The State Library of NSW is calling for applications for a range of prestigious research fellowships totalling $216,000.

The State Library’s fellowships program supports original research projects, undertaken by individual researchers, which aim to challenge or provide new perspectives on Australia’s past.

All State Library fellows enjoy special access to the Library’s rich collection and expert curators and librarians, as well as an inspiring study space in the Donald and Myfanwy Horne Room.

The State Library is accepting applications for the following Fellowships:

Offered over two years, 2019/2021:

  • The biennial Coral Thomas Fellowship, $100,000
    Encourages deep, focused and sustained research into Australian culture, history and society, drawing on Australian and international research collections.

Offered over one year, 2019/2020:

  • Dr AM Hertzberg Fellowship, $20,000
    Supports research into any aspect of the social, cultural and political history of industry and manufacturing in Australia, from colonisation to today.
  • David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellowship, $12,000
    The research and writing of Australian history using the Mitchell Library.
  • Merewether Scholarship, $12,000
    The research and writing of 19th century NSW history using the Mitchell Library.
  • CH Currey Fellowship, $20,000
    The writing of Australian history from original sources.
  • Nancy Keesing Fellowship, $20,000
    Research into aspects of Australian life and culture using the resources of the State Library.
  • Australian Religious History Fellowship, $20,000
    The study and research of any aspects of Australian religious history of any faith
  • Ross Steele AM Fellowship, $12,000
    Supports research into the history of the Library’s vast pictorial collections, by focusing on the acquisition and/or exhibition of 50 to 100 representative works

Applications for all State Library Fellowships close 5pm, Monday 15 July 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 1 July 2019 for a completed final draft application. For application advice and assistance, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII).

For more information and to apply, visit The Library’s Fellowships program is supported through the generosity of significant private benefactors.

New OpportunitiesFalling Walls lab 2019 - Which are the next walls to fall?

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The Australian Academy of Science invites applications from ECRs and HDRs to present at Falling Walls Lab Australia 2019. Candidates should be research active in any field of the natural sciences, including technology, engineering and medicine, as well as social sciences and the humanities.

Twenty applicants will be selected to participate in Falling Walls Lab Australia, each giving a three-minute presentation on their research, business model or initiative based on the concept ‘Which walls will fall next?’ as a result of scientific, technological, economic and sociological breakthroughs.

Falling Walls Lab is a challenging and inspiring format for emerging bright minds, giving them a unique chance to become the next big success story in innovation. Since 2009, there have been over 80 international Labs from close to 50 countries worldwide with over 1,000 participants. 

  • ECR Applicants must be currently hold a PhD which must have been received within five (5) years prior to 1 January 2018 (i.e. conferred on or after 1 January 2013)
  • HDR applicants must hold a master’s degree which must have been received within seven (7) years prior to 1 January 2018 (i.e. conferred on or after 1 January 2011) or hold a bachelor’s degree which must have been received within ten (10) years prior to 1 January 2018 (i.e. conferred on or after 1 January 2008)

The deadline for applications is 9am (AEST) Thursday 11 July 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 27 June 2019. For application advice and assistance, contact Dr Marina Delpin, Manager, Researcher Training, Development and Communications.

The event will be held on 3 September 2019 at the Academy’s iconic Shine Dome in Canberra.

A jury of distinguished academics and business people will select the winner of Falling Walls Lab Australia and the winner will be automatically admitted to the Falling Walls Lab Finale in Berlin held on 8 November 2019. That winner will have their travel expenses, accommodation costs and their registration to Falling Walls Conference in Berlin on 8–9 November paid for.

The Falling Walls Foundation is a non-proft organisation in Berlin, dedicated to the support of science and the humanities. It was established in 2009, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

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

New OpportunitiesExpressions of Interest for 2019 International Summer School on Technology Transfer in Life Sciences


Would you like to understand the commercial potential of your research? Do you think you already have the Next Generation Technology or Service in Life Sciences? Then get the know-how to commercialise it!

The Technische Universität Dresden is calling for expressions of interest from Flinders University and SAHMRI researchers, to participate in an International Summer School on Technology Transfer in Life Sciences.

There is an opportunity for up to three Flinders University participants to be accepted into an International Summer School in Dresden, Germany which will take place between 16 - 20 September 2019.

For further details please refer to:

For application advice and assistance, contact Sinead O'Connell, Senior Commercial Manager.

The Summer School will cover accommodation and travel costs up to 2,460 Euro.

Participants will need to pay for all other costs.

The online application form is open until 23 June 2019. All complete applications submitted until the deadline will be taken into consideration by the selection committee.

Participants will be chosen based on their motivation and background. A positive attitude towards technology transfer is a key requirement and ideally, applicants have already identified a potential project within their field of research. Please note that due to funding regulations, the summer school addresses only PhD students, postdocs, and group leaders.

New Opportunities2019 Research Australia Health and Medical Research Awards

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Research Australia’s Health and Medical Research Awards are now open. Six different award categories, including an ECR award, offer the opportunity to shine a light on those who are making incredible discoveries and advancements within the sector.

The Awards are in line with Research Australia’s strategic objective and endeavors to highlight the breadth of the sector.

Research Australia Award recipients can be individuals, teams or organisations that have dedicated themselves to improving outcomes for all Australians.

This year the award categories are as follows:

  1. Peter Wills Medal – recognizing an outstanding, long-term contribution to building Australia’s international reputation in areas of health and medical research and fostering collaboration for better health
  2. Health Services Research Award - for an individual who has provided leadership and made an outstanding contribution to health services research; driven research that has led to a significant improvement in healthcare; and/or has championed the development of the health services research field.
  3. Data Innovation Award - recognises an individual or team whose innovation is considered to represent one of the most impactful new data innovations in the HMR sector within the past five years.
  4. Griffith University Discovery Award - recognises an early career researcher (ECR; anytime from qualification but no more than 5 years past PhD whose paper/patent/discovery has already demonstrated its importance or impact.
  5. Advocacy Award - recognises and congratulates exceptional contributions made by research champions who help raise community awareness and understanding about the importance of health and medical research.
  6. Frontiers Research Award (NEW) - recognises the success of innovative health and medical research that extends existing knowledge, boundaries and/or understandings within health and medical research.

To view all award categories and criteria please visit the Research Australia website.

Nominations close Friday 5 July 2019. The Flinders internal closing date is 21 June 2019. For application advice and assistance, contact Dr Marina Delpin, Manager, Researcher Training, Development and Communications. 

Submissions will be reviewed by the Awards Review Committee which consists of members from the Research Australia Board.

For FAQ's and more information please visit the Research Australia website.

Flinders Research NewsARC Linkage Projects – internal incentive scheme closing 2 September 2019

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Professor Robert Saint, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) has announced Flinders' internal incentive scheme to facilitate applications to the ARC Linkage Projects (LP19) scheme.

A maximum of $60,000 is available (e.g. maximum of $20,000 per annum over three years) co-funded by the University Research Budget and College to support a project, if the application is successful.

The University contribution should be included in the application and can be a maximum of 20% of the external funding (combined ARC request and industry commitment) that comes specifically to Flinders e.g. please see examples below:

Combined ARC and Partner Organisation funding
to be retained/spent by Flinders
Flinders maximum cash contribution
$500,000 $60,000
$300,000 $60,000
$200,000 $40,000

The internal deadline for applications is 2 September 2019.

To apply, submit your submission ready application to Research Development and Support in RMS for review by 2 September 2019 together with a fully completed co-investment form and the requisite ARC written evidence forms.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Maya Roberts, Senior Research Grants Officer (ARC) on 17698.

New Opportunities2019 Australia-Germany Joint Research Co-operation Scheme now open

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The Australia-Germany Joint Research Co-operation Scheme is a joint initiative (PDF 1.2MB) of Universities Australia and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Germany's national agency for the support of international academic cooperation.

It fosters research collaboration of the highest quality between Australian researchers from Universities Australia member universities and German researchers from German universities and research institutes.

The scheme supports exchanges for Australian researchers to spend time at partner institutions in Germany and for collaborating German researchers to spend time at Australian universities. Researchers must be working on a joint research project with their German counterparts, rather than simply furthering their own individual research in Germany. The inclusion of early career researchers is a significant focus of this scheme.

Applications opened on 3 April 2019 and close on 22 July 2019. Applications must be submitted through Research Development and Support, as Universities Australia will not accept applications direct. This year the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) will support 2 applications from Flinders being submitted under this scheme. The Flinders internal closing date is 13 June 2019. Applications must be emailed to by COB on 13 June 2019.

For application assistance and advice, contact Mary Lyons, Senior Research Grants Officer (IGII).


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