At present there is no cure for diabetes. Scientists and researchers around the world are actively working on a cure. As an organisation, Diabetes Australia directly supports diabetes research through our research program and strategic partnerships. We provide funding towards the prevention, management and cure of diabetes, as well as enabling and fostering young and upcoming researchers in the field of diabetes research.
The Diabetes Australia Research Program has invested $26 million in 388 diabetes research projects across Australia over the past nine years. This year the Diabetes Australia Research Program should provide over $3.5 million to vital diabetes research projects across Australia. All the research funds are held in trust with 90% of donations going directly toward research grants.
Diabetes Australia is pleased to announce that the 2017 Grant Round is now open for applications.
Visit the Program Management page to find out more and how to apply.
New top-up funding opportunity for graduates interested in diabetes research
Diabetes Australia, in partnership with the NHMRC is pleased to announce new postgraduate scholarship top-ups for outstanding diabetes research. For more information, visit our Strategic Research Partners page
The latest news and researcher profiles are published in the News section of the website under 'Research'.
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