The Eisdell Moore Centre distributes approximately $350,000 worth of funding every year that is available for research and travel grants. This funding is directed towards meeting the Centre’s strategic objectives, building research capability and collaboration and maximising opportunities for leverage and access to further funds.
Please note, only members of the Eisdell Moore Centre are eligible to apply for this funding. If you would like to enquire about becoming a member of our Centre, please email us at: email@example.com.
Funding categories for Eisdell Moore Centre grants are as follows:
Innovation/Explorer Project (seeding) Grants (max $70k for up to 2 years).
These grants should demonstrate new and innovative ideas or approaches to answering questions of importance to the Centre’s objectives. These grants may be to, for example, test the feasibility of a research plan, establish methods or develop pilot data.
Project/Capability Grants (max $70k for up to 2 years).
These are grants for extending current research or maintaining capability within a research group while seeking longer-term funding.
Māori Research Project Grant (1 grant, max $70k for up to 2 years)
This grant is for Māori-Centred, Kaupapa Māori, and Mātauranga Māori Research in hearing and balance. It must uphold Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and support the advancement of Māori knowledge, resources, and health equity
Pacific Research Project Grant (1 grant, max $70k for up to 2 years)
This grant is for research that will improve hearing and balance health for Pacific peoples, families and communities, within New Zealand and the Pacific region.
PhD student and Clinician Grants (max $5000 for up to 2 years).
These grants are designed to support additional working expenses for doctoral (e.g. PhD, MD) students and to assist practising clinicians to become engaged in research. This grant is not available for student stipends but some of the funding could be used to buy out clinician time to undertake research.
In light of the CoVID19 pandemic, travel grant rounds are on hold until further notice.
Mobility funding is available for travel within New Zealand for EMC members to establish collaborations and to work on research proposals for larger multidisciplinary research projects. The Centre will accept requests for mobility funding through to the end of 2020, with no close date.
To request mobility funding, please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org :
- PI Name
- PI Email
- Names of all investigators that will be involved in the meeting
- Purpose of the meeting
For travel within New Zealand in 2020
Project, Explorer, Clinician and student grants
30 September 2020
Travel Grants Round 2
For travel after 1 January 2021
On hold until further notice