Maurice & Phyllis Paykel Trust: Inviting Applicants for Project & Equipment Grants

Deadline: 1 March 2018

The Maurice and Phyllis Paykel Trust is inviting applicants for its Project & Equipment Grants to support research projects in any field relevant to human health, including basic biomedical sciences.

The Trust encourages the development of health-related research in New Zealand by providing funds for research support.

Types of Grants

  • Project Grants provide limited research support for individuals or groups working in any health-related sciences, including the fields of public health and health education. Support is usually sufficient to provide only for running costs of the research and/or some necessary equipment, but limited salary support may also be provided on special justification. Project grants are usually for one year, but exceptionally the Trust may support a project for up to two years.
  • Equipment Grants assist with the purchase of larger equipment items for shared use within a research institution. Justification depends on the needs of the research field and the institution, as well as on the merits of individual research projects.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants have to be a qualified research worker in a health science field in New Zealand.
  • The Trust gives preference to graduates with a proven record of research productivity and access to suitable facilities for their research. Applications are not accepted from PhD or Masters students.

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

Eligible Country: New Zealand

For more information, please visit Project & Equipment Grants.

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