Lottery Health Research will fund salaries and expenses for translational research projects that show the result is achievable, and will translate into better health outcomes and a community benefit for New Zealanders.
The Committee will provide up to $120,000 over two years. Project leaders may only hold one Lottery translational research grant at a time and only submit one Lottery translational research grant request per funding round.
For a translational project grant request, you need to provide:
- a detailed project plan
- CVs for each member of the research team
- written evidence of approval from the relevant research ethical committee for their region and discipline, if applicable.
- a copy of the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms or Biosecurity approval, if applicable.
Grant offers lapse after 12 months if the research project has not started.