The Foundation seeks to help support early-career researchers to demonstrate their scientific originality and their capacity to complete, relatively independently, a discrete study for publication in scientific literature.
The Foundation intends these grants to assist talented young researchers to build a CV that enables them later to compete successfully for research positions and research grants, and to establish the foundation of a career in research. Grants of up to $70,000 a year for one or two years are available.
Applications for the Jack Brockhoff Foundation Early Career Medical Research Grants will only be considered from research scientists with less than 3 research-active years after successfully completing their PhD examination. (Research-active means time engaged in full-time research).
Click here for the Early Career Medical Research Grant Guidelines and FAQs. For examples of successful grant applications please click here to view our 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 Early Career Research grant recipients.
Applications are completed online and are available when the grant round is open.
The dates for the 2020 Grant Round are as follows:
Grant round opens: June 2020
Grant round closes: July 2020
Notification in September 2020.
In 2015, in memory of the Foundation’s much loved and respected Patron Dr James Guest, a residential scholarship was instituted at Trinity College for students studying medicine or biomedicine at The University of Melbourne. The scholarship is awarded annually from the start of 2016. Please contact Trinity College for more details of The James Guest Memorial Jack Brockhoff Foundation Medical Scholarship.