Outcomes


ARC Funding Commencing in 2013/2014

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ARC Funding Announcements - University of Newcastle as lead institution

Additional information will be available from the ARC Website directly after the results are announced.  Previous funding announcements are also available on the ARC Website.


For successful applications

We will send the first named Chief Investigator an electronic copy of the ARC official documentation when we receive it. This will list any ARC special conditions and include an Acceptance Form which needs to be completed and returned to the Research Office.


For unsuccessful applications

The unsuccessful, ineligible or withdrawn applicants will receive an email notification from the Research Office, however the ARC no longer provides individual unsuccessful letters. A ranking will be provided for those in the top 10% and top 25% of unsuccessful proposals in the email notification received from the Research Office.


For grants held at other universities

Please advise Martina Asvestas via email as soon as possible if you are a named Investigator on an ARC grant administered elsewhere and whether you expect to receive ARC funds from the Administering Institution.

The ARC requires a MIA (sharing agreement) to be signed by all universities whether funds are transferred or not and this should be emailed to Martina Asvestas when received.

NHMRC funding commencing in 2015

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) have announced the outcomes of its major funding round for 2015.

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NHMRC Funding Announcements - University of Newcastle as lead institution

APP IDChief InvestigatorScheme NameProject TitleRecommended Budget
1084816Dr Vanessa MurphyCareer Development FellowshipsOptimising asthma management in pregnancy for optimal infant health$411,768
1078579Prof Peter GibsonCentre for Research ExcellenceNational Clinical Centre of Research Excellence in Severe Asthma$2,498,171
1088436Dr Andrew BivardEarly Career Fellowships (Australia)Advanced imaging for patient profiling in patients with stroke$309,436
1090510Dr Gillian GouldEarly Career Fellowships (Australia)Improving strategies to support pregnant Aboriginal women to quit smoking$369,436
1092028Dr Gillian GouldEarly Career Fellowships (Australia)Improving strategies to support pregnant Aboriginal women to quit smoking$369,436
1092264Dr Rebecca VandersEarly Career Fellowships (Australia)Investigation and therapeutic targeting of the immune mechanisms that predispose to and increase the severity of influenza in pregnancy$309,436
1078300Dr Andrew BivardNHMRC Project GrantsArterial spin labeling perfusion MR imaging of tissue pathophysiology in stroke$390,000
1079184Prof Philip HansbroNHMRC Project GrantsModifying epigenetics as a novel treatment in COPD$1,076,254
1079696Prof Mark ParsonsNHMRC Project GrantsTenecteplase versus Alteplase for Stroke Thrombolysis Evaluation (TASTE) Trial$3,989,898
1079834A/Pr Jonathan HirstNHMRC Project GrantsPerinatal stress leads to neurosteroid deficits and adverse behavioural outcomes$1,151,520
1080938Dr Juanita ToddNHMRC Project GrantsThe impact of faulty relevance filtering in schizophrenia.$293,257
1081124Prof Julie BylesNHMRC Project GrantsLong term evaluation of uptake, impact and outcomes of the 75+ Health Assessment$199,876
1081355A/Pr Lisa WoodNHMRC Project GrantsMechanisms of impaired bronchodilator response associated with fatty acid intake in obese asthma$668,469
1081461Dr Pradeep TanwarNHMRC Project GrantsContribution of ovarian cancer stem cells to chemoresistance and recurrent disease.$367,077
1081667Prof Joerg MattesNHMRC Project GrantsThe effect of asthma control during pregnancy on markers of airways inflammation and lung function in the offspring$1,083,354
1082204A/Pr Derek LaverNHMRC Project GrantsRegulation of RyR2 channels by calmodulin in healthy and diseased hearts$594,492
1083496Prof Xu Dong ZhangNHMRC Project GrantsSignificance of soluble PD-L1 in melanoma patients$542,975
1083927Dr Luke WolfendenNHMRC Project GrantsScheduling frequent opportunities for outdoor play – a simple approach to increase physical activity in childcare$350,732
1084052Prof Tamas ZakarNHMRC Project GrantsEpigenetic regulation of inflammatory genes in the fetal membranes: role in term and preterm birth$452,728
1084750Dr Mark BakerNHMRC Project GrantsIzumo1 and its role in male infertility and male contraception$307,077
1084782Prof Roger SmithNHMRC Project GrantsIs placental aging the key to understanding, predicting and preventing stillbirth?$458,957
1085450Dr Neil SprattNHMRC Project GrantsCharacterising a newly identified mechanism causing elevation of intracranial pressure after acute neurological injury$494,400
1085550Dr Elizabeth HollidayNHMRC Project GrantsHelping stroke physicians choose who to thrombolyse - the "Targeting Optimal Thrombolysis Outcomes" (TOTO) study$1,031,671
1092085Dr Gillian GouldTranslating Research into Practice FellowshipsTraining clinicians in culturally competent smoking cessation guidelines for behaviour change counselling and pharmacotherapy management for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pregnant smokers$172,911
1079187Prof Philip HansbroNHMRC Research FellowshipsDevelopment of new therapies for respiratory diseases and infection$814,980

Additional information, including previous funding announcements, can be obtained directly from the NHMRC website.


For successful applications

We will send the first named Chief Investigator an electronic copy of the NHMRC official documentation once received. This will list any NHMRC special conditions and include an Acceptance Form which needs to be completed and returned to the Research Office.


For unsuccessful applications

We will send the NHMRC documentation to the first named Chief Investigator once received.


For grants held at other universities

Please advise Rebecca Palmer via email  as soon as possible if you are a named Investigator on an NHMRC grant administered elsewhere and whether you expect to receive NHMRC funds from the Administering Institution.

The NHMRC requires a MIA (sharing agreement) to be signed by all universities whether funds are transferred or not and this should be emailed to Rebecca Palmer once received.