Deadline for applications: 5pm AEST 13th October 2020
Applications submitted after the submission date will not be accepted.
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Through proceeds from the Breath of Life Music Festivals, the Lung Foundation Australia - Lizotte Family IPF Research Grant was established to honour the contributions of the Lizotte Family, who after experiencing the loss of a family member as a result of IPF, have worked tirelessly through their involvement with the Breathe of Life Music Festival to raise much needed funds for research and to raise awareness about IPF and respiratory disease.
Lung Foundation Australia is pleased to invite applications from early career researchers (ECRs) for the 2021 Lung Foundation Australia - Lizotte Family Grant in IPF Research. Valued at $5,000 (+ GST) awarded funds may be used as a contribution towards IPF related research, including pilot projects and/or exploration of novel concepts.
Applications will be assessed by the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand Research SubCommittee using the following criterion:
Demonstrated interest in the area of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and Supervisor research track record
Feasibility of project, including budget
Scientific merit including appropriateness of methods
Anticipated impact of project on relevant field and patient outcomes
Please upload a single PDF containing your application and track record.
1 September 2020
Open to application
13 October 2020 5pm (AEDST)
11- 18 December 2020
All applicants will be advised of the outcome by email
Please note that notification may be delayed if the review process being undertaken exceeds estimated time frame
Public awarding during TSANZ’s Annual Scientific Meeting
For application preparation enquiries:
Attention of General Manager Clinical Programs, Research & Innovation, Lung Foundation Australia
For application submission / post-submission enquiries:
Attention of TSANZ Awards Coordinator