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CRE_ICHEAR Project Grants

Project Grants

Hearing loss associated with persistent middle ear infection (otitis media – OM) during a child’s formative year’s causes language and speech delay, auditory processing disorder, social isolation and educational disadvantage. For Indigenous children across Australia, hearing loss is having a devastating impact on social development and educational achievement.

The CRE_ICHEAR builds research capacity by funding seed projects, people support and extensions to current project grants. Working as part of the CRE_ICHEAR research team, grant recipients will be supported by Australia’s leading researchers and medical practitioners in the field of child ear and hearing health, including microbiology and basic sciences, clinical trials research, audiology, child development, and utilising quantitative and qualitative research methods.

Round 5 Project Grants - Applications Welcome!

Round 5 project grants will provide $100,000 to fund research translation activities with the potential to transfer research findings into policy and practice.

Priority will be given to research translation activities that:

  • Support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people studying or working in the field of ear and hearing health; and
  • Applicants who demonstrate commitment to working in the field of ear and hearing health, particularly of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.

Download the guidelines and application form.

Submit Application

Round 5 project grants are open – please submit documents to CRE_ICHEAR@menzies.edu.au

Applications will close on Friday 6th December, 5pm (AEST).

For researchers

Otitis Media (OM), sometimes known as glue ear or runny ears…

For health practitioners

Otitis Media (OM), sometimes known as glue ear or runny ears…

For families and communities

Many Indigenous children, and almost all Indigenous children living in remote communities...