PKDA announces Australian research funding opportunities
Polycystic Kidney Disease Australia are pleased to invite applications for the following research grants which will support the most progressive and innovative Australian research that aims to provide a deeper understanding of PKD and/ or improves the outlook and quality of life for PKD patients. These grants will assist in our mission of finding a cure for PKD and helping the community we support.
1 x grant up to the value of $30,000 (12 months). 1 x grant up to the value of $50,000 (over 24 months ($25,000 per annum)).
PKD Foundation announces USD$160,000 Research Grant
PKD Australia is pleased to announce it will be co-funding a two-year Research Grant with our American counterpart, US PKD Foundation, for a total of USD$160,000 (USD$80,000 per year). This will be awarded for research conducted in Australia, provided a suitable application is submitted by an Australian researcher.
The grant is to support the development of clinical interventions for the treatment of Polycystic Kidney Disease and proposals in the following areas will be accepted:
Basic laboratory research aimed at increasing understanding of the genetic and pathological processes involved in PKD and;
Research with an obvious or direct potential to accelerate the development of potential therapies.