We would like to invite submissions for our annual ASA research fellowship grant.
$11,000 AUD total
In 2022 ASA is offering a competitive grant for $11 000 to support research being undertaken by a medical practitioner regarding systems of care for stroke patients in rural and remote areas of Australia and New Zealand.
To be considered for this fellowship grant research projects should:
-1 page A4
-Author name and affiliations
-Background and rationale
-Hypothesis and aim
-Methods (including statistics)
-Expected outcome and timeline
-Justification for funding
If no research project meeting these criteria is submitted, no award will be made in 2022.
CLOSING DATE: TBC
2021 Successful Australasian Stroke Academy Research Grant Recipient
Grant: AUD $ 7,500
Recipient: Dr Anna Balabanski and Dr Angela Dos Santos
Project: Stroke incidence, subtypes, risk factors, treatment, and outcomes in First Nations Australians: a prospective registry-based pilot study.
Affiliated institutions: Department of Medicine and Neurology, Melbourne Brain Centre at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC, Australia. Department of Medicine, School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Department of Neurology, Alfred Health, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Grant: AUD $ 2,500
Recipient: Dr Clare Tiedeman and Prof Chris Levi
Project: iTakeCharge: First Nations led
Affiliated institution: Hunter Stroke Service, Hunter New England Local Health District
Grant: AUD $ 1,000
Recipient: Dr Ryan Dashwood
Project: A comparison of presentation times of stroke to Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital Emergency Department between Indigenous and non Indigenous patients