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Research Awards and Grants

 

The College awards research prizes and grants to members and students to foster a culture of research and support research projects.

The College Terms and Conditions for Grants and Fellowships apply.

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RANZCR Research Grants

The purpose of the RANZCR research grants is to provide research experience for members in both clinical radiology and radiation oncology by supporting researchers with seed funding to carry out significant research projects.

Eligibility

Fellows, Educational Affiliates and student members can apply for these grants. When the primary applicant is a student member of the College, a Fellow of the College should also be listed as accepting some responsibility for supervising the primary applicant.

The Grant
Most research grants are awarded between $5,000 and $20,000 depending on the merit of the research project as well as the amount of funding available in a particular year.

How to apply
  RANZCR Research Grant Application Form 

2017 RANZCR Research Grant Guildelines

Applications close: Monday 12 June 2017

 

Clinical Radiology Grants and Prizes

 

Clinical Radiology Early Career Researchers Prize

The purpose of the Early Career Researchers Prize is to recognise a clinical radiology trainee or junior Fellow who is the first author of a paper accepted for publication by the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology (JMIRO) or another Medline Indexed peer-reviewed journal.

Eligibility

Clinical radiology trainees and Fellows (within two years post-Fellowship) can apply for this prize.

The Award

The value of this prize is AU$1,000.

How to apply

Clinical Radiology Early Career Researchers Award Application Form

2017 Clinical Radiology Early Career Researchers Award Guidelines

Applications close: Monday 10 April 2017

 

Radiation Oncology Grants and Prizes


Faculty of Radiation Oncology (FRO) Bourne and Langlands Prize

The purpose of the FRO Bourne and Langlands Prize is to provide radiation oncology trainees with a greater incentive for excellence, and a sense of achievement. The prize will only be awarded in the case of an exceptional trainee research requirement manuscript.

Eligibility

Radiation oncology trainees who have passed or enrolled in the Phase 2 examination are eligible to apply for this grant.

The Award

The value of this prize is AU$1,500 Applications open on 25 January 2017 and close on Monday 10 April 2017.

How to apply

2017 Bourne Langlands Prize Application Form 

2017 Bourne and Langlands Prize Guidelines

Applications close: Monday 10 April 2017

 

Ferring Pharmaceuticals Grant

The purpose of the Ferring Pharmaceuticals Grant is to promote the culture of radiation oncology research among Fellows of the College by supporting our most able and committed young researchers to carry out significant research projects. All projects must be directly related to radiation oncology research in prostate cancer (including other urological malignancies).

This grant is generously supported by Ferring Pharmaceuticals Ferring Logo

Eligibility

Fellows within five years post-Fellowship can apply for this grant.

The Grant

In 2017 the College is able to offer two grants of AU$25,000 each or one grant of AU$50,000.

How to apply

2017 Ferring Pharmaceuticals Grant Application Form

2017 Ferring Pharmaceuticals Grant Guidelines

Applications close on Monday 10 April 2017

 

Withers and Peters Grant 

The Withers and Peters Grant is named after two eminent RANZCR Fellows, namely Professors Rodney Withers and Lester Peters, both of whom have made major contributions to the field of radiation oncology and obtained national and international recognition for their many achievements. The purpose of the Withers and Peters Grant is to promote the culture of radiation oncology research among Fellows and eligible Trainees of the College to carry out significant research projects. 

Eligibility

  • RANZCR Trainees (Yrs. 4/5) who have passed phase 2 exams

  • RANZCR Fellows who are not more than 5 years post-fellowship

  • Previous Withers and Peters grant awardees (for continuation of the same and previously funded project)

The Grant

One grant of $25,000 is available in 2017.

How to apply

2017 Withers and Peters Application Form

2017 Withers and Peters Guidelines

Applications Close 24th April 2017

 

Windeyer Fellowship

The Windeyer Fellowship enables a trainee or junior Fellow in radiation oncology to undertake a Clinical Research Fellowship at the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in the United Kingdom. This exciting position is under the broad supervision of Professor Peter Hoskin. It entails clinical work with a number of senior clinical oncologists within several subspecialty sites, as well as the conduct of clinical research projects. The Fellowship is up to a 12 month placement.

Eligibility

Trainees (post Phase 2 Examination) and Fellows (up to two years post-Fellowship) can apply for this grant.

The Award

The Fellowship recipient will be paid a wage equivalent to that of a Senior Registrar by Mount Vernon Cancer Centre. However, applicants must be prepared to fund all travel, living and relocation expenses.

How to apply

2017 Windeyer Fellowship Application Form

2017 Windeyer Fellowship Guidelines

Applications close on Monday 10 April 2017

 

Genito-Urinary Fellowship Grant

The Genito-Urinary Fellowship grant promoted the culture of radiation oncology research by supporting our most able and committed young researchers to carry out significant projects relating to radiation oncology research in genito-urinary cancer.

Eligibility

Fellows within five years post-Fellowship can apply for this grant.

The Grant

In 2017 the offered grant is for AU$12,500, thanks to the support of Tolmar

How to apply

  2017 Genito Urinary Fellowship Grant Application Form

2017 Genito Urinary Fellowship Grant GuidelinesTolmar logo

Applications close on Monday 10 April 2017

 

Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG) Grant

TROG is generously providing sponsorship to support five accredited radiation oncology trainees to attend the annual FRO SMART Workshop and TROG Annual Scientific Meeting with a grant of $1,000 each. In 2017 the FRO SMART Workshop and TROG ASM will be held from March 6-9 2017 at the ANZ Viaduct Events Centre in Auckland, New Zealand.

Applications closed 30 January 2017