At present there is no cure for diabetes, but Australian researchers are leading the world in their quest for a cure and to discover improved management techniques and products until a cure is found.

Diabetes Australia runs a national research program, which over the past eight years, has invested $23 million in 335 diabetes research projects across Australia. All the Research funds are held in trust and 90% of donations are allocated to research grants.

Diabetes Australia is pleased to announce that the 2016 Grant Round is now open for applications. Click the following link for full details


2016 Diabetes Australia Research Program Grant Round now open for applications

In addition, we partner with other organisations such as the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Foundation to fund additional research in areas of mutual benefit. In this regard, Diabetes Australia and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Foundation are pleased to advise the 2015 Research Grants will open on 10 March 2015. The $60,000 grant is aimed at providing funds for research into diabetes management, prevention, and/or clinical care in general practice. Click the following link for further details


2015 RACGP/Diabetes Australia Research Grants opening 10 March

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