Early Career Researcher Grant (ECRG)
A one-time payment of up to A$10,000 to support Early Career Researchers.
Applications open 1 May 2024
What is it?
The Early Career Researcher Grant consists of a payment of up to A$10,000 given to persons in the first five years (full-time equivalent) of their postdoctoral research career.
The grant can be spent on fieldwork and conference travel costs, publication fees and printing costs, and laboratory consumables (all relating to the recipient’s approved ANSTO proposal), in addition to carer requirements, including costs relating to childcare, respite, and support of dependents, subject to AINSE’s discretion.
Am I eligible?
Eligible applicants must be in their first five years (full-time equivalent) of employment in a postdoctoral Early Career Research position at an AINSE Member Institution.
Allowances are made for career breaks when assessing the five-year FTE eligibility requirement.
The postdoctoral research work must be undertaken in collaboration with ANSTO. Recipients must be listed on an approved proposal to commence work at an ANSTO facility between 1st October 2023 – 31st December 2024 (success in the ECRG application will be contingent upon success in a relevant ANSTO portal round)
How do I apply?
To apply for the ECRG, you must have established a connection with an appropriate ANSTO collaborator on the instrument(s) you will be using for your research, and plan to commence work at an ANSTO facility under an approved proposal within the grant period specified in the Terms and Conditions.
The application form linked below must then be completed and submitted, along with all required attachments, to email@example.com prior to the deadline.
For best results, please use Adobe Acrobat Reader or Acrobat Pro to complete the ECRG application form.
Applications open: May 2024
Applications close: 31 July 2024, 11.59 pm AEST
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