Our Grants Make Research Happen

Channel 7 Children's Research Foundation has supported South Australia's world-class medical research and service organisations for 45 years

Research undertaken in community-based studies, clinical studies, and basic science projects in all areas of children’s health, education and welfare are supported, with extra weighting given in the grant review process to the Foundation’s priority areas of child protection, mental health, the effects of obesity and understanding the social determinants of childhood health and development.

Explore Our Recently Funded Projects And The Outcomes Achieved

2021 Research Grants

2020 Research Grants

2019 Research Grants

2018 Research Grants

2017 Research Grants

2016 Research Grants

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Apply for a 2022 Research Grant - NOW OPEN

Submissions for EOI can be made from 24 February 2021 (9.00am ACDT) to 1 April 2021 (6:00pm ACDT).

Each year, our grant program provides funding to support research into all areas of children’s health, education and welfare, and with a particular focus on mental health, obesity, protection and understanding the social determinants of childhood health and development.

Grants may now be awarded up to a maximum of $100,000 per project, or Early Career Grants up to a maximum of $40,000 per project, and may be completed over 1 year or 2 years.

Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation Chair for the Prevention of Childhood Disability
Professor Jozef Gécz

Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation Chair for the Prevention of Childhood Disability

The Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation Chair for the Prevention of Childhood Disability is a comprehensive multi-disciplinary research program focused on defining the origins and early diagnosis of childhood disability. Based in Adelaide and led by International Human Genetics expert, Professor Jozef Gécz, the five-year program was established in 2016 to understand more about the genetic basis of early childhood learning and movement disabilities, intellectual disabilities, early onset epilepsies, and autism.
CRF Fellowships
A BRAND NEW INITIATIVE

CRF Fellowships

A CRF Fellowship presents an exciting opportunity for mid-career researchers to pursue ground-breaking advances into childhood health, education and welfare, in South Australia.

The focus of the CRF Fellowship program is Prevention and/or Management of Childhood Disability and Disease.

Applications have now closed, and we look forward to announcing our inaugural CRF Fellows shortly!