Two promising research projects have been targeted to receive contract seed funding grants, and will benefit from $350K in funding from the Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network (T1DCRN), itself an innovative clinical research program led by JDRF Australia and funded by a Special Research Initiative through the Australian Research Council (ARC).
These two projects will explore new directions in curing and treating T1D and its complications. Read More
Senator The Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training, and The Hon Greg Hunt MP, Minister for Health and Minister for Sport, have today announced the recipients of Innovation Award grants for research into type 1 diabetes.
Three bold, promising research projects have been selected and will benefit from $4.5 million in funding from the Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network (T1DCRN), itself an innovative clinical research program led by JDRF Australia and funded by a Special Research Initiative through the Australian Research Council (ARC).
In an exciting paradigm shift that aims to accelerate patient impact, the research funded by the Innovation Award grants will explore new directions in the search for a cure for type 1 diabetes, including concepts that have never before been investigated.
Minister Simon Birmingham has announced that nearly $4 million has been awarded to Australian researchers for the Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network (T1DCRN) Australasian Diabetes Data Network (ADDN) and Career Development Awards.
The Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network (T1DCRN) announced today that over $14 million in grants have been awarded to Australian researchers for clinical research projects commencing in 2016.
This funding forms part of the $35 million funding awarded to the T1DCRN by the Australian Research Council, and will support five innovative programs targeting a broad range of T1D research areas including: Read More
Dr Elif Ekinci, and endocrinologist at Austin Health and a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne, was awarded the RACP-JDRF Research Establishment Fellowship in 2013. She speaks to us today about her research.
JDRF Australia has today announced that a new $8 million partnership with The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, for investment into the Australian Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network (T1DCRN), a JDRF Australia initiative.
This partnership will support Environmental Determinants of Islet Autoimmunity (ENDIA), a ground-breaking study to help solve the mystery of what causes type 1 diabetes.
ENDIA study will investigate 1,400 pregnant women and their babies, and is Australia’s largest study into the environmental causes of type 1 diabetes. The new funding for ENDIA will enable researchers to complete recruitment for the study in major hospitals across the country (listed below), as well as funding novel scientific investigations in Australia’s leading research institutes and universities. Read More