University of Queensland researchers secure funding for vital health and medical research


Seven University of Queensland researchers have received National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) funding to support collaborative research and improve health outcomes.

The Federal Government has invested $6.9 million to support research with partners in the European Union and the United Kingdom, including four UQ projects to help address emerging research challenges while building Australia’s research capacity.

Another UQ researcher, Professor Katharine Wallis, has been provided NHMRC funding from the $39 million Partnership Projects Scheme, which supports research projects focused on improving healthcare delivery.

Two UQ researchers have also received funding under the $35 million Centres of Research Excellence scheme to explore and develop solutions to health challenges.


UQ NHMRC–European Union (EU) Collaborative Research Grants recipients:

UQ NHMRC–National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Collaborative Research Grants recipient:

UQ NHMRC Partnership Projects Scheme recipients:

UQ Centres of Research Excellence Scheme recipients:

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