Frontier Health and Medical Research initiative
The Frontier Health and Medical Research initiative will provide $700 million over 10 years from 2022-23 to support researchers to develop new health and medical breakthroughs.
About the Frontier Health and Medical Research initiative
The Frontier Health and Medical Research initiative will provide $700 million over 10 years between 2022-23 and 2031-32. It will support researchers to novel and meaningful solutions to intractable health issues that are important to patients, their families and carers, and lead to a tangible impact on Australian health outcomes.
Why it is important
This initiative will support researchers to pursue big ideas to develop new products and interventions and implement these into clinical practice, benefiting patients, clinicians, and the health system.
The objective of this initiative is to create opportunities to explore bold and innovative ideas, make discoveries of great potential, and to support the translation and commercialisation of these discoveries to achieve global health impact.
Meeting our objectives
We will monitor the initiative in accordance with the principles and approach detailed in the MRFF Monitoring, evaluation and learning strategy.
Who we work with
The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) funds the initiative.
Our Health and Medical Research Office oversees this and other MRFF initiatives.
The Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources administers this initiative.
Apply for funding
View the MRFF grants calendar to see which grants are open, when applications close and when we expect to award funding.
Register with GrantConnect to receive notifications about future funding opportunities under this initiative.
For more information, contact us.
Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) contact
Contact for more information about the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF), or to provide feedback on the MRFF website.