Early to mid-career researchers’ sponsorship program
The ADNeT Early Mid-Career (EMCR) Accelerator Group is excited to continue supporting the 12-month sponsorship program for Australian dementia researchers. The aim is to build capacity in early and mid-career researchers by providing strategic career advice and opportunities.
The program is now calling for expressions of interest for the 2023 program. Find out more and register your interest today.
PHD Scholarship Opportunity
This Earmarked Scholarship project offers you the opportunity to work with leading researchers and contribute to large projects of national significance.
This PhD project will be part of an NHMRC MRFF Dementia, Aging and Aged Care Mission funded study, which aims to develop and implement a new technology-assisted intervention, PDCogniCare, for early and improved diagnosis of dementia in people living with Parkinson’s Disease (PD).
Informed by Medical Research Council guidance for process evaluation, a mixed methods approach will be used to understand factors influencing the use of the digital platform, delivery of cognitive assessments, and acceptability of PDCogniCare. This project would suit someone with a background in technology and software development, business studies, policy, and an interest in improving healthcare service delivery.
The ADNeT EMCR Accelerator group has put together a list of both dementia-specific and general EMCR grant opportunities to assist early to mid-career dementia researchers. The list will be updated regularly with dates and status of application rounds.
If you know of any other relevant grant opportunities, please do not hesitate to contact either Ayeisha Milligan Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Andrew Shoubridge (Andrew.Shoubridge@sahmri.com)