This site provides access to a national directory of ageing-related research projects, research grants and courses of study, including information on researchers, research centres, funding organisations and ageing policy in Australia.
A summary of the various types of funding provided by the National Health and Medical Research Council, together with conditions and application forms.
The objective of the National Approach to Single Ethical Review of Multi-centre Research (National Approach) is to enable the recognition of a single ethical and scientific review of multi-centre human research within and/or across Australian jurisdictions.
National Acoustic Laboratories undertakes scientific investigations into hearing, hearing habilitation and rehabilitation, and the effects of noise on people, including the prevention of hearing loss.
The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) consolidates within a single national organisation the often independent functions of research funding and development of advice. It provides independent, strong advice on all aspects of health and health care delivery in Australia by managing the complementary functions of funding health and medical research, providing ethical guidance on health and medical research issues, and providing health advice.
The National Institute of Clinical Studies (NICS) is an institute of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). As part of NHMRC, NICS works to improve health care by helping close important gaps between best available evidence (what we know) and current clinical practice (what we do).
The National Serology Reference Laboratory, Australia (NRL) maintains quality in serological testing, particularly for retroviral and other blood borne diseases and sets standards to provide accurate and cost-effective serological testing in screening, diagnostic and therapeutic programs.