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The Australian Government is providing $9 million to support research into the causes, biology and progression of cancer among children and young adults.
The Australian Government is providing $25 million through the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) for research to improve the safe use of medicines and medicines intervention by pharmacists.
The Australian Government is providing $103.4 million through the Medical Research Future Fund for research into women’s health, primary health care, clinical trials and other vital research. This includes $86.5 million in new grant opportunities.
The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) will provide $25 million in funding for new COVID-19 clinical trials involving high-quality research into the virus.
Research funding of $27 million from the the Medical Research Future Fund will support 22 projects promoting better health for vulnerable Australians.
The Government will invest $47 million over 4 years into a program to accelerate cutting-edge research into two of the most prominent health conditions that affect millions of Australians – diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
The Australian Government’s landmark Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) has reached maturity at $20 billion. This unprecedented investment will provide ongoing sustainable funding for ground breaking health and medical research.
The Medical Research Future Fund is providing $18.8 million to supercharge the discovery of better treatments for cancer, epilepsy, stroke, paralysis, irritable bowel syndrome, brain injuries, back pain and chronic middle ear disease.
The Australian Government will provide more than $1 million to support a clinical trial of new therapies for young patients who cannot make enough blood cells due to bone marrow failure.
$19 million from the Medical Research Future Fund will support transformative medical research projects using game-changing applied artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. The projects will improve the ways we prevent, diagnose and treat a wide range of health conditions.
Four new Australian research projects totalling more than $8.3 million will tackle the threat of drug-resistant tuberculosis and antimicrobial resistance in the Pacific region.
The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) is supporting vital research that could mean major breakthroughs in treating a range of neurological disorders, including early Alzheimer’s disease, autism and encephalitis.
The Medical Research Future Fund is providing $35.9 million for 17 cutting-edge research projects. The projects are designed to improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, improve neonatal outcomes and prevent bone loss in critically ill women.
The Australian Government is funding 8 medical research projects to find new and innovative stem cell treatments for incurable diseases including leukaemia, Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy.
The Australian Government is investing over $5.7 million to further develop traumatic brain injury research, aimed at improving the lives of Australians who sustain brain injuries.
The Australian Government, together with the National Heart Foundation, has announced a further $12 million for research to improve treatment of people, including children, suffering cardiovascular disease and stroke.
Researchers will study the medical, functional and psychosocial needs of people who have survived brain cancer in a major 3-year research project funded through the Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF).
The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) is supporting 6 projects over the next 3 to 5 years to predict changes in cancer trends. This work ensures treatments are based on the best evidence, are targeted to the individual patient and are available where and when needed.
The Australian Government is investing $35 million in 42 key research projects in areas such as ending avoidable indigenous deafness, ending avoidable indigenous blindness, and helping to eradicate chronic kidney disease.
The Australian Government has announced a $2 million commitment to expand research opportunities to help find a cure for this devastating disease.
The Australian Government is investing in vital research initiatives to tackle the nation’s two biggest killers — heart disease and stroke. This funding is the first round of disbursements from the Medical Research Future Fund’s (MRFF) Cardiovascular Health Mission.