In 2022/23, World Cancer Research Fund International and Cancer Australia are continuing their cancer research funding collaboration. As part of the World Cancer Research Fund International Grant Programme 2022/23, researchers based in Australia will be eligible for this co-funding opportunity for funding commencing in 2023/24.  Applications that address the role of diet, weight, nutrition and physical activity in primary cancer prevention and cancer survival will be considered for this co-funding opportunity. The call opens on 12 September 2022 and the deadline for the grant outline closes on 7 November 2022.

Applicants from Australia will be able to apply for:

-       Pilot and Feasibility Grants (Up to £60,000 for up to 2 years)

-       Investigator Initiated Grants (for a maximum of £300,000 for up to three years)

These applications will be considered as part of the World Cancer Research Fund International Grant Programme. Applicants are encouraged to read the application guidelines carefully before applying. For the specific Terms & Conditions of these awards, please check the Cancer Australia/WCRFI Terms & Conditions document.

For the specific Terms & Conditions of these awards, please check the Cancer Australia/WCRFI Terms & Conditions (PDF 225kb).