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ACTEW/ActewAGL Endowment »

ActewAGL Endowment was established to support the awarding of PhD scholarships and research programs relating to renewable energy and water sustainability.

Advancing medical research without animals »

The Innovative Methods and Alternatives to Animal Research Unit has been established to develop alternative methodologies and strategies that replace animals and animal products, while achieving medical advances through fundamental research. As required by alternative research approaches, the...

AJ (Tony) McMichael Endowment »

Emeritus Professor Tony McMichael spent his life improving the world's health. Visionary, inspirational and "an epidemiologist in a league of his own". These are some of the words that scientists and leaders across the globe used to describe Tony. Tony was a pioneer. He explored the myriad...

Alan and Elizabeth Finkel Endowment »

This Endowment was established in 2002 by the distinguished scientists Alan and Elizabeth Finkel. The Alan and Elizabeth Finkel Prize is awarded every two years to recognise outstanding achievement in research carried out in the John Curtin School of Medical Research, with potential to lead to...

Alan Harvey CVID Research Endowment »

This Endowment was established by the Harvey family in memory of Alan (Al) Harvey who graduated from ANU with a Bachelor of Forestry (Hons) in 1973. His career spanned 37 years with Queensland Forestry, retiring as General Manager of Operations in 2006. Alan was a consummate professional, his...

Alexander McTaggart Memorial Endowment »

The Scholarship was established in 1970 in memory of Alexander McTaggart. The Scholarship supports a student in each year which displays the most promise in cancer research and allied studies at ANU. The Scholarship continues to build and we would welcome further donations to support cancer...

Anjeli Nathan Scholarship »

The Anjeli Nathan Memorial Scholarship was established in 2000 by Vis and Elizabeth Nathan in memory of their daughter. Anjeli was an ANU Alumna and was awarded a University Medal in botany and zoology in 1998.  As such, the scholarship is designed to support and encourage students who share Anjeli...

Anthony and Barbara Brookman Forestry Education and Research Endowment »

This Endowment was established in 2007 to provide a scholarship for  students studying forestry development and management. This Endowment continues to build and we would welcome further donations to support this field of study at ANU.

Breast Cancer Research Endowment »

The purpose of this Endowment is to support research in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.

Broom Scholarship in Social Science Research »

The Leonard Broom Scholarships were established by the University from funds endowed by Emeritus Professor Leonard Broom to support programs at NCEPH that serve Indigenous Australians. The Scholarship is intended to enable Indigenous Australian students to undertake a higher degree or other...

Canberra North Rotarians Endowment for Prostate Cancer Research »

The Canberra North Rotarians Endowment for Prostate Cancer was established through the support of local Rotarians. It supports research into the causes, prevention or treatment and/or trials of Prostate cancer through the ANU Medical School, The Canberra Hospital and The John Curtin School of...

Cancer and Vascular Biology Group Endowment »

The Cancer and Vascular Biology Group has been working for a number of years on the molecular basis of cell adhesion, cell migration and cell invasion, with a particular emphasis on the immune system, tumour metastasis and the growth of new blood vessels (angiogenesis). Of particular interest has...

Cancer and Vascular Biology Group Endowment »

The Cancer and Vascular Biology Group has been working for a number of years on the molecular basis of cell adhesion, cell migration and cell invasion, with a particular emphasis on the immune system, tumour metastasis and the growth of new blood vessels (angiogenesis). Of particular interest has...

Cancer Research Endowment  »

Cancer Research at JCSMR Cancer is a disease that touches us all. In Australia, over 120,000 people will be diagnosed with cancer this year and every week more than 800 people of those people will die.  A global research effort is underway to find new ways to treat and cure cancer, and The John...

Centre of Mental Health Research (CMHR) Endowment »

Our challenge One in five Australians experiences a mental illness in any one year. Depression is one of the leading causes of disease burden and the primary risk factor for suicide. Only one third of people with a mental illness receive professional help. There are few mental health services in...

Clear Vision - Fighting to Prevent Blindness »

Our mission is clear. To eradicate all forms of retinal degenerations including Age-Related Macular Degeneration, enabling all members of our global society to share our clear vision. Dr Riccardo Natoli   If you were asked, what was the one sense that you couldn't live without, most of you...

CMHR - Rural Mental Health »

Australians living in rural areas are substantially more likely to die by suicide than their city counterparts. Since depression is the leading cause of suicide it is vital to find ways of tackling depression among rural Australians. There are few mental health services in rural and regional areas...

CMHR - Suicide Research »

Every year 2,500 people die as a result of suicide in Australia, with suicide being the most common cause of death among young people and adults aged 15-44 years. Each year in Australia there are more deaths from suicide than from homicide and car crashes combined. For every young person who dies...

CMHR – e-Mental Health Programs – Delivering services around the world »

Mental illness is a national health priority. One in five Australians experience a mental illness every year and depression is the leading cause of disability in the nation. However, the majority of Australians with a mental disorder do not seek help for their problems. There are a number of...

CRAHW Dementia Research Endowment »

There is an urgent need for more dementia research. Every 6 minutes someone is diagnosed with dementia in Australia and they may be someone who you know and care about. Dementia is the third leading cause of death in Australia and there is no cure or effective treatment. However, research has shown...

CRAHW Research Endowment »

The Centre for Research on Ageing, Health & Wellbeing (CRAHW) aims to optimise the well-being of individuals and communities through the life course by conducting innovative and translational research and contributing to public policy.  We work in methodological and theoretical traditions drawn...

Damian McMahon Clinical Skills Prize »

The prize was created in 2012 in memory of Dr Damian McMahon, Director of Shock Trauma Service at the Canberra Hospital. Dr McMahon was one of the drivers of the development of clinical skills teaching in Canberra beginning with the Canberra Clinical School of the University of Sydney and...

Dewar Milne Prize in Immunology »

The Dewarmilne Prize is awarded annually for the most outstanding PhD thesis submitted in the field of immunology in the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR). This Prize continues to build and we would welcome further donations to support the study of immunology at ANU.

Diabetes Research Endowment »

Diabetes represents a significant and growing world-wide health issue with the annual international market for diabetes therapeutics nearing $30 billion. Beta Therapeutics Pty Ltd, an ANU spin-off company, was founded to drive the commercial development of a diabetes treatment based on ANU research...

Fenner School of Environment and Society Scholarship »

This Scholarship was established by the late Emeritus Professor Frank Fenner and is used for a scholarship in the Centre for Resources and Environmental Science.

Frank and Bobbie Fenner Endowment »

The Frank and Bobbie Fenner Endowment was established in 1984 to support the Fenner conferences held in the John Curtin School of Medical Research. The prestigious Fenner Conferences include subjects of interest related to Professor Fenner's academic work. These conferences continue to be valuable...

Gage and Dulhunty Endowment »

The Gage and Dulhunty Endowment was established in 2007 to support muscle research and membrane biophysics areas of the John Curtin School of Medical Research. This support can include scholarships and Prizes for students, the purchase of capital equipment, academic positions, conference support in...

Gareth Long Scholarship »

The Gareth Long Scholarship was established in 2006 to commemorate Dr Long's energy and commitment as an Orthopaedic surgeon in Canberra and surrounds. The Gareth Long Scholarship was established by the Orthopaedic community as he was well respected by colleagues and patients. This scholarship...

Gatenby Prize for Excellence in Internal Medicine »

Paul Gatenby was the Foundation Dean of the ANU Medical School established in 2002. He is a distinguished and inspiring physician-researcher, particularly in the field of clinical immunology. Since his first days as a medical student, Professor Gatenby has exhibited continued dedication to...

Grace Groom Memorial Scholarship »

The purpose of this Endowment is to support a scholarship known as the Grace Groom Memorial Scholarship. The Scholarship will provide support for an ANU PhD student studying mental health related issues.

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