Research Awards and Career Grants
Through the RACP Foundation, we're able to offer financial support to Fellows and trainees pursuing careers in medical research. Over 50 different fellowships, scholarships and grants are available annually, totalling over $2.5 million in funding.
All applications across the different award categories will be assessed by review panels comprised of members of the Grants Advisory Committee, representatives from partner organisations, RACP Divisions, Faculties and Chapters, and other invited peer reviewers.
2023 application timeline
For Fellows who are mid-career researchers who have completed their research higher degree more than seven years prior.
For Fellows and trainees who wish to establish their research career and have completed a research higher degree in the last seven years.
Providing stipend support to Fellows and advanced trainees at the start of their research career, currently enrolled in or will be commencing a Masters, PhD or equivalent research higher degree.
Funding support for Fellows or trainees undertaking smaller research projects, including short-term or part-time research projects.
Providing assistance to Fellows and trainees to undertake further educational training or to develop educational initiatives.
Funding support for short periods of research overseas.
The Jacquot Awards
Supporting nephrologists wishing to establish or pursue a research career for the treatment and management of renal disease.
RACP MAIC Research Awards
Awards funded by the Queensland Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC) to support research and improve medical knowledge into medical conditions and rehabilitation related to motor vehicle accidents.