Research at the WCHN
The Women's and Children's Health Network supports research activity within the organisation through a number of different avenues. Generous support is given in the form of research project grants and a number of scholarships, fellowships and other awards. In particular, the Women's and Children's Hospital Foundation is a key supporter of research at WCHN. Established in 1989, the WCH Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation governed by a Board of Directors and incorporated under the Associations Incorporations Act 1985.
The WCH Foundation is the charity for the benefit of the Women’s and Children’s Hospital. It works in partnership with the South Australian community to support the Hospital and achieve positive long-term outcomes for women, babies and children. The Foundation's vision is to advance the health and wellbeing of women and children through an ongoing commitment to providing excellence in medical and health care and funding ground-breaking research.
For additional information contact the Research Secretariat.
All applications for research grants / scholarships/ fellowships must be accompanied by a cover sheet.
WCHN staff and WCH campus applicants seeking external funding are to note the following:
All University staff and non-WCHN staff located at the WCH, are required to submit a copy of their application and a signed cover sheet to the WCHN Research Secretariat for our records.
NB: All applications for any type of research funding are to be submitted via the Research Grants Officer following discussion with all relevant Department / Unit Heads in the areas that the research may impact.
If you are looking for external funding opportunities, please refer to the following link: External funding opportunities (via the University of Adelaide Research Bulletin).
All research grant queries and applications are to be submitted via the Research Grants Officer - refer to Research Secretariat page for contact details.
WCH Foundation Funded Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards:
WCH Foundation Research Project Grants:
last modified: 14 Nov 2019