Faculty Trust Fellowships
Find out about prestigious fellowships for early to mid career health and medical researchers
As a result of generous donations and bequests, the Faculty administers trust funding earmarked to support health and medical research. In conjunction with the Faculty Trusts team, the Faculty’s Research Development unit coordinates a range of Faculty Trust Fellowships.
The Faculty will administer an open application round late 2018 for the following fellowship positions commencing in 2019:
Click on the hyperlinks above to be redirected to specific pages for each scheme, which contain further information including steps on how to apply and the respective position descriptions.
All the trust fellowships managed on a continuing basis are presented in the table below. Whether a scheme will open – and the number of positions advertised for that scheme – will vary each year depending upon the trust funding available. The name of each fellowship below links to a specific page, where details from previous application rounds are available for reference.
|Name of Fellowship||Area of Research||Level of Appointment||Term of Appointment||Number of Positions||Prior Qualifications||Open for Application|
|CR Roper Fellowship||Clinical or non-clinical areas of biomedical and health research||B or C||3 years||1||PhD||N/A|
|The Winter and Glover Fellowship||Cancer||B or C||3 years||1||PhD||N/A|
|David Bickart Clinician Research Fellowship||Clinical or non-clinical areas of biomedical and health research||B or C||3 years||1||PhD|
|26 November 2018|
|Physiology; History and Philosophy of Science or Medicine; or Justice, Equity or Ethics in Society||B||1 year||N/A||PhD||N/A|
|Sir Randal Heymanson Fellowship||Prevention and alleviation of physical pain||B or C||3 years||N/A||PhD||N/A|
|Ronald Philip Griffiths Fellowship||Schizophrenia||B or C||3 years||N/A||PhD||N/A|
|Annemarie Mankiewicz-Zelkin Fellowship||Ophthalmology||C||1 year||N/A||PhD|
|26 November 2018|
Successful recipients of these fellowships are eligible to receive $10,000 per year (pro rata) of Grant-In-Aid funding, which is supplementary to the fellow's salary, to support legitimate research expenses including consumables, travel and publication costs. A policy document with further information on what can and cannot be purchased through Grant-In-Aid funding is available here.
All trust fellows must submit short reports on the progress of their research, which will be reviewed by the Faculty, as per the position descriptions for each fellowship. The Research Development team will issue reporting templates to current fellows and monitor report submissions, however it is ultimately the fellow's responsibility to ensure the timely submission of reports.
In addition to the above fellowships, the Faculty also manages other sources of trust funding from time to time, which can range from fellowships to project based opportunities across different fields of research. These trust funded opportunities have their own specific conditions and eligibility requirements and will be advertised through the Focus on Funding email bulletin.