Grants Database

  • Practice Area: Knowledge & Learning
  • Amount: $2,000
  • Project State: NSW
  • Year Granted: 2017
  • Grantee: University of New South Wales: Faculty of Medicine

Travel Grant

Dr Brenna Osborne, School of Medical Sciences to attend the Cell Symposia Metabolic Disease Therapies Conference, San Diego, USA 15-17 October 2017

  • Program Area: Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $240,000
  • Project State: VIC
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: Justice Connect

Closing the Revolving Door: Breaking the links between homelessness and prison

To addresses homelessness and recidivism of ex-prisoners by assisting them to transition out of the justice system with secure tenancy.

  • Program Area: Medical Research
  • Amount: $100,000
  • Project State: WA
  • Year Granted: 2019
  • Grantee: Perron Institute for Neurological and Translational Science Limited

Assessment of ALS therapeutics in advanced development in patient cells using a live imaging microscope.

To support the purchase of the Cytation 5 cell imaging system, an advanced microscope that will enable the study of living patient cells growing in-vitro in the laboratory.

  • Program Area: Major Grants
  • Amount: $626,726
  • Project State: VIC
  • Year Granted: 2018
  • Grantee: FareShare Australia Inc

Financial Support to assist FareShare acquire 9 South Audley Street, Abbotsford

A major grant over five years to assist in the acquisition of premises at South Audley Street, Abbotsford. This grant affords FareShare flexibility to consider how they might build their capacity to rescue and cook food to feed those in need.

  • Program Area: Community Wellbeing
  • Amount: $300,000
  • Project State: National
  • Year Granted: 2019
  • Grantee: Role Models and Leaders Australia Ltd

Employment Pathways Program

To consolidate an employment pathways program for Indigenous young women attending the Girls Academy programs. This program will support Indigenous young women for two years after graduation in accessing employment, education or training opportunities.

  • Program Area: Science
  • Amount: $500,000
  • Project State: National
  • Year Granted: 2019
  • Grantee: Royal Botanic Gardens Board (VIC)

Genomes of Australian Plants (GAP): Building capacity and infrastructure across Australia's herbaria and botanic gardens

This national collaboration will bring together leading Australian scientists in the field of plant biodiversity to improve our understanding of Australia's unique plant tree of life using Next Generation Sequencing (NGS). NGS sequencing and assembly of Australian plant genomes using Bioplatforms Australia will provide new tools for systematics and conservation.

The project will deploy funding to identify, sample and prepare appropriate specimens from living collections; assemble sequence data; engage computational biologists to train the plant diversity community in the use of NGS through capacity building workshops; and produce publications. This will deliver long lasting genomic infrastructure and step change in Australia's plant genomic capability.

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