Each year, the Heart Foundation invites Australian and New Zealand’s PhD graduates who specializing in cardiovascular to apply the Future Leader Fellowships. This fellowship support applicants to conducting research in cardiovascular. The fellowships are divided in two types, they are Future Leader Fellowships – Level 1 and Future Leader Fellowships – Level 2. Each of the fellowships recipients will be granted a range of interesting benefits.
Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellowships support the best and brightest cardiovascular researchers as they build their research capacity and become leaders of research groups.
The Level 1 Future Leadership Fellowship offers a generous salary and project funding to cardiovascular researchers. This is to facilitate high impact research outcomes and help researchers secure additional funding from further sources to help support their career and develop as independent researchers. The Level 2 Future Leader Fellowship supports researchers to develop their own research portfolio and become leaders of cardiovascular research groups.
Future Leader Fellowships – Level 1 : $90,000 stipend pro rata, plus $40,000 project support per annum and Future Leader Fellowships – Level 2 : $110,000 stipend pro rata, plus $50,000 project support per annum.
Level and Area of Studies
Research in Cardiovascular field.
Place of Study
The research can be taken in Australia
Eligibility and Criteria
- The main criteria of the Future Leader Fellowships – Level 1 that the applicants must be 3 to less than 7 years post awarding of their PhD on the application closing date, in any area of cardiovascular health research including biomedical, clinical, public health and health service delivery. Duration: 4 years
- The main requirement of Future Leader Fellowships – Level 2 is that applicants must be 7 to less than 10 years post awarding of their PhD on the application closing date, in any area of cardiovascular health research including biomedical, clinical, public health and health service delivery.
Australian and New Zealand’s citizens are welcome to apply.
Further instruction of this fellowship can be learn at the application web page below.
1 May 2020.
For more information, please contact the Research Program team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 9321 1581.