The Cancer Society of New Zealand (Te Kāhui Matepukupuku o Aotearoa) is excited to announce that the 2024 National Grant Round is now open.
The aim of the Cancer Society’s National Grant Round is to fund high-quality research across the cancer continuum (including prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and supportive care). In 2024, we are offering Post-Doctoral Fellowships and PhD Scholarships.
Please note that we have specific funding available for Melanoma research, and we encourage applications in this research area.
The Cancer Society will also be offering our 5 year Programme Grant, which is currently held by the University of Otago.
The 2025 - 2030 grant will aim to cover the research areas of Cancer Prevention, Early Detection, and Supportive Care.
The Research Areas will be confirmed following an expressions of interest (EOI) process. EOIs are not required to submit a full application, but the EOIs will be used to inform the final application criteria. We strongly encourage anyone thinking of applying for the Programme Grant to submit an EOI.
Information on the EOI process can be found in the guidelines in the grant portal linked below.
The Cancer Society has a brand new grant portal, which can be found here: https://cancersociety.app.tahua.io/
You will find all information on the grants and be able to apply for these through the portal.
|Grant||Application Deadline||Grant Portal Link|
|Programme Grant Registration of Interest||15 December 2023||https://cancersociety.app.tahua.io/grants/programme-grant-expression-of-interest|
|Post-Doctoral Fellowship Expression of Interest||7 February 2024||https://cancersociety.app.tahua.io/grants/postdoctoral-fellowship|
|12 April 2024||Will be updated in January 2024|
For more information
If you have any pātai/questions, please email Research Manager Dr. Nicole Stanton at firstname.lastname@example.org