How our grants work
Assessment for grants funding
All applications will be assessed by the Scientific Advisory Panel during the Grant Review Period when projects will be evaluated according to the following set of criteria:
- Scientific quality and innovation (35%) - e.g. is the project novel, are the hypotheses sound, and are methodology and analyses well-reasoned and appropriate to accomplish the aims of the project? Does the application challenge and seek to shift current research or clinical paradigms by utilising novel theoretical approaches or methodologies, instrumentation, or interventions? How does the project complement work already being done in the field?
- Potential Clinical Impact and Significance (25%) - e.g. Does the project address an important problem or a critical barrier to progress in the field? If the aims are achieved how might this impact on the survival rates of those suffering from Pancreatic Cancer? How will scientific knowledge, technical capability and/or clinical practice be improved?
- Investigator team (20%) - Is the investigator team well-conceived for the project? Are collaborations involving external partners including international investigations likely to be enhanced by this project?
- Project management (10%) - Are the proposed activities aligned with the goals? Are the milestones clearly defined and achievable within the timeframe?
- Budget (10%) - Is the proposed budget comprehensive and realistic, noting all in kind and
financial support from the applicant organisation?
Funding will be provided to successful applicants in accordance with the Standard Terms and the executed Funding Agreement.
Please check back later in the year for the 2019 Grant Application guidelines.