Grants, Applications and Deadlines

Types of Grants

Neurological Foundation Scholarships and Fellowships are used to provide salary support for medically qualified or science qualified researchers at different stages of their careers.

Project Grants are the main avenue by which the Neurological Foundation sponsors research. Applicants can be scientifically or medically qualified, and the research can be clinical or biomedical. Applicants are usually salaried by their institutions and a grant will typically cover salaries for technicians, scientists or nurses, plus working expenses. Two rounds each year and the NF funds approximately 15 project grants each year. Projects can be from one to three year’s duration.

Studentship, Fellowship and Grant deadlines

Project Grant, Small Project Grant April 1st & September 1st
Post Graduate Scholarship, Postdoctoral Fellowship October 1st
Neurological Foundation Chapman Research Fellowship (Clinical) May 1st
Summer Studentship September 1st
Repatriation Fellowship April 1st
Senior Clinical Resesarch Fellowship No fixed date - please enquire
Travel Grants (NF grant holders only) March 1st, June 1st, November 1st

 

Scholarships & Fellowships

Scholarships and Fellowships are used to provide salary support for medically qualified or science qualified researchers at different stages of their careers

Project Grants

The main avenue by which the Neurological Foundation sponsors research. Applicants can be scientifically or medically qualified, and the research can be clinical or biomedical.

Travel Grants

For Neurological Foundation funded researchers to attend important overseas neurological conferences

Training Opportunities

The Neurological Foundation of New Zealand offers a training and research Fellowship to allow a suitably qualified medical graduate to pursue a career in neuropathology in New Zealand.