ADIPS Grants and Awards

ADIPS Novo Nordisk Research Grants

These grants are an encouragement award in the field of Diabetes in Pregnancy. It may be suitable for a pilot study but it is not intended to fund large‐scale projects or salaries. Priority will be given to new investigators, novel submissions and proposals, which are not additional studies within existing funded projects. Priority will also be given to diabetes educators, midwives, dieticians, and other allied health professionals. Only grants deemed by the council subcommittee to be of sufficient standard will be funded. It is expected that the project will be completed within 1 year and the successful applicant should undertake to present the findings at the ADIPS Annual Scientific Meeting in the following 1‐2 years. Applicants must be a financial ADIPS member prior to closing date for applications.

This research grants available are for:

  • Scientific Research
  • Clinical Research
  • Education Research

Submissions should be of no more than 2 pages. They must indicate:

Title / Investigators / Institutions and Contact / Grant Category / Project Details / Significance of the Project

In addition, the following questions need to the answered:

  • Is this proposal a component or sub-study of a larger project with existing funding or where funding from another body has been sought?
  • Name of the administering body

Value 2016: A$6000 each grant. At the councils discretion two grants can be given to one category.

Grant applications should be sent via email to: Suzie Neylon, Executive Officer at sneylon@adips.org

Closing Date of Applications: Applications for 2016 have closed. We hope to offer these grants again in 2017.

Please click here to view the 2016 ADIPS-Novo Nordisk Research Grant Flyer

 

The ADIPS Board gratefully acknowledge Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals in supporting these valuable research grants.

 

 

To apply for the following awards and grants (Graz Clock Prize, Emerging Investigator Award, Allied Health Presentation Award and Travel Grants) please select the appropriate box during the abstract submission process when submitting your abstract for the 2017 ADIPS ASM via the meeting registration system.

Graz Clock Award

For the best overall oral presentation overall at Annual Scientific Meeting presented by an ADIPS member. Must be a financial ADIPS member prior to closing date for applications.
Value : A$600

The Emerging Investigator Award

For the best oral presentation at Annual Scientific Meeting by an advanced trainee, or a person enrolled for a higher degree (Honours, Masters, PhD, MD, FRACP) or any other presenter who could reasonably be considered “junior” or emerging. i.e. not an established investigator. Must be financial member of ADIPS prior to closing date for applications. In addition to submitting the abstract, applicant should email a brief CV and a supporting letter from his/her supervisor as attachments to the ADIPS Secretariat to admin@adips.org by Monday 1 August 2016. Can also receive a travel grant. If this person wins the Graz Clock award, the Emerging Investigator award is given to the next best emerging investigator. Prior winners of the Graz Clock are ineligible for this award.
Value : A$600

Allied Health Presentation Award

For the best oral presentation given at Annual Scientific Meeting by allied health professional. Must be financial member of ADIPS prior to closing date for applications. In addition to submitting the abstract, applicant should email a brief CV and a supporting letter from his/her supervisor as attachments to the ADIPS Secretariat to admin@adips.org.
Value : A$500

Outstanding Poster Award

For the best poster presentation given at Annual Scientific Meeting. Must be financial member of ADIPS prior to closing date for applications. In addition to submitting the abstract, applicant should email a brief CV and a supporting letter from his/her supervisor as attachments to the ADIPS Secretariat to admin@adips.org.
Value : A$500

Travel Grants

A number (up to five) of Travel Grants will be awarded to the emerging investigators who have an abstract accepted for presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting of ADIPS. The number and size of grants will be determined according to the number and suitability of applications and the funds available. Must be a financial member of ADIPS prior to closing date for applications. Applicant must be an advanced trainee or a person enrolled for a higher degree or a junior as described above (Honours, Masters, PhD, MD, FRACP). In addition to submitting the abstract, applicant should email a brief CV and a supporting letter from his/her supervisor as attachments to the ADIPS Secretariat to admin@adips.org. Applications will be prioritised using abstract review scores.
Value : A$500 each grant at council’s discretion.

The ASM Awards and Travel Grants will be presented during the ‘Awarding of Prizes’ at the conclusion of the ADIPS Annual Scientific Meetings.