10 January 2018
From this date you will be able to create a new application in RGMS. This assigns a unique Application ID number, and you will be able to enter information and generate snapshot reports.
|Minimum Data Requirements||14 February 2018|
21 February 2018
By this date applications must be received by Research Services in order to undergo a comprehensive review and eligibility/compliance check. Applications received after this date will be checked as time permits.
|NHMRC External Deadline:||
14 March 2018
At 4:30pm ACDT on this date application submission closes on RGMS
This is the final year for Project Grant applications. Next year the new schemes will open for applications. Visit the NHMRC website for full details about the transition to the restructured NHMRC Funding Program.
NHMRC Project Grants - Applications for funding commencing 2019
To begin the new capping arrangements under the restructured grant program, interim capping arrangements will be introduced in the upcoming Project Grant funding round.
Applicants will be able to submit up to two Project Grant applications in the final Project Grant funding round (deadline 14 March 2018). Applicants must continue to comply with NHMRC policy on the numbers of concurrently held grants (maximum of six). For example, if an applicant will hold five active Project Grants in 2019, only one Project Grant application can be submitted.
|Number of Project Grants active on 1 Jan 2019||Number of NEW Project Grants you may be CI on*|
* This means CIA - CIJ, regardless of specific activity detailed in the application, or budget allocated for those activities (if any). It does not refer to the Associate Investigator (AI) role, there is no limit to the number of Project Grants you may be an AI on.