UniMelb leads for new NHMRC funding

The National Health and Medical Research Council has announced a small (at least by NHMRC’s dripping with dosh standards) grant round under its Targeted Calls for Research and Partnership programmes. And the winner for numbers and dollars, is, as usual, the University of Melbourne, with seven grants worth $8.74m. The followers are: UNSW three and $4.9m, UWA, three and $3.9m, Menzies School Health Research, two and $2.9m, UniSyd, two and $2.17m, Monash U, two and $1.2m, UniNewcastle, one and $3m, Baker IDI, one and $2.8m, Deakin U, one and $1.49m, UniCanberra, one and $1.1m, UoQ, one and $1.19m, UniCanberra, one and $1.11m, LaTrobe U, one and $0556m, QUT, one and $0.504m, Griffith U one and $0.37m and UTas one and $0.27m


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