ADIPS ASM Grants and Awards - Apply online by 31 July

Apply during abstract submission AND HERE as you need to provide supporting documents.  All supporting documents for these awards should be submitted using the links on each award below  If you wish to be considered for multiple awards, you can use the same documents and any of the links below.  All questions to be directed to the ADIPS Secretariat on email admin@adips.org.

Applications and supporting documents for 2024 prizes must be received by 31 July 2024 or the application will not be considered.  Submit your application using the links below each award.

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 the ASM. No application required for this award - eligible presenters will be considered.  Prior winners of the Graz Clock Award are ineligible for this award.
Value : A$600

 

Emerging Investigator Award

For the best oral presentation at Annual Scientific Meeting by an emerging investigator defined as a medical student, advanced trainee, a person enrolled for a higher degree (Honours, Masters, PhD) or any other presenter who could reasonably be considered “junior” or emerging. i.e. not an established investigator. Must be a financial member of ADIPS prior to closing date for applications. In addition to submitting the abstract, the applicant should submit a brief CV and a supporting letter from his/her supervisor using the link below.  Enquiries should be sent to the ADIPS Secretariat at admin@adips.org.  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 Award are ineligible for this award.
Value : A$600

To apply CLICK HERE and upload your documents.  Please make one PDF of your support documents.

 

Allied Health Presentation Award

For the best oral presentation given at the ADIPS ASM by an allied health professional. Must be a financial member of ADIPS prior to closing date for applications. In addition to submitting the abstract, the applicant should submit a brief CV and a supporting letter from their supervisor using the link below.  All enquiries should be directed to the ADIPS Secretariat at admin@adips.org. If this person wins the Graz Clock Award, the Allied Health Presentation award is given to the next best allied health oral presentation. If there are no oral presentations by allied health professionals at the ADIPS ASM, the Allied Health Presentation Award may be given to the best poster presentation by an allied health professional, unless this person wins the Outstanding Poster Award. Prior winners of the Graz Clock Award are ineligible for this award.
Value : A$500

To apply CLICK HERE and upload your documents.  Please make one PDF of your support documents.

 

Dietitians Australia Dietetic Research Prize

Dietitians Australia have provided ADIPS with funds to the value of A$300 for a research presentation prize for an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) to be awarded at the 2023 ADIPS Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM).  The meeting will be held 25-27 August at the Adelaide Convention and Exhibition Centre, Adelaide, SA.

The research to be presented must be in the field of maternal health and/or paediatric health and highlight the work of dietitians involved in diabetes in pregnancy.

The minimum prize recipient selection criteria must be met for consideration of the prize and this includes:

The applicant MUST submit an application through the ADIPS website using the link below and provide a brief CV and proof of APD status or student membership.  Please direct any queries to the ADIPS Secretariat at admin@adips.org.

Research that highlights the work of dietitians involved in diabetes in pregnancy will be highly regarded. 

Application supporting documents MUST be received though the formal application process below by 31 July 2024.

This prize is for A$300.  To apply CLICK HERE and upload your documents.  Please make one PDF of your support documents.

 

Outstanding Poster Award

For the best poster presentation at the ADIPS ASM by an emerging investigator (defined above). Must be a 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 to the ADIPS Secretariat at admin@adips.org. Prior winners of the Graz Clock Award are ineligible for this award.
Value : A$500

To apply CLICK HERE and upload your documents.  Please make one PDF of your support documents.

 

Travel Grants

A maximum of five Travel Grants will be awarded to emerging investigators (defined above) who have an abstract accepted for presentation at the ADIPS ASM. The number and value of travel 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. In addition to submitting the abstract, applicant should submit a brief CV and a supporting letter from his/her supervisor using the link below.  Enquiries can be directed to the ADIPS Secretariat at admin@adips.org.  Applications will be prioritised using abstract review scores. Present or prior winners of the Graz Clock Award are ineligible for this award. Applicants who live in the city/town of the ADIPS ASM are ineligible for a travel grant.
Value: Up to A$500 each grant at the ADIPS board’s discretion.

To apply CLICK HERE and upload your documents.   Please make one PDF of your support documents.

 

Applications and supporting documents for 2024 prizes must be received by 31 July 2024 or the application will not be considered.

 

ADIPS-NOVO NORDISK RESEARCH GRANTS 

Grant applications for 2024 are not OPEN yet

Applications for the ADIPS-Novo Nordisk Research Grant is now OPEN.  This research grant is available in the broad areas of Clinical, Scientific or Education Research. This grant is an encouragement award in the field of Diabetes in Pregnancy and is for A$10,000. 

The grant funds may be suitable for pilot studies but are 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. 

It is expected that projects will be completed within one year and that the successful applicants should undertake to present their findings at the ADIPS Annual Scientific Meeting in the following 1–2 years.

The applicants must be financial members of ADIPS. Check your membership is current or join now on the ADIPS website at www.adips.org.

Submissions should be of no more than 2 pages and submitted online through the ADIPS website below. They must indicate:

Grant Title

Grant Category (Clinical, Scientific or Educational)

Investigators

Project details

Institution and contact

Significance of the project

In addition, the following questions need to be 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.

Enquiries to:  Ms Suzie Neylon, ADIPS Executive Officer on Email: sneylon@adips.org

The successful applicants will be notified at the ADIPS Annual Scientific Meeting with the funding available for projects to commence in the following January.

Applicants must be financial members of ADIPS.   Applications must be made online through the ADIPS website.  Applications should be no more than 2 x A4 pages plus references.  The application should be in PDF and attached to the online application.  Further enquiries should be directed to Ms Suzie Neylon, Executive Officer, ADIPS via email to sneylon@adips.org.  

APPLICATIONS for 2024 are not OPEN at this time until funding is secured.

 

 

 ENDS

 

Support for Grant Applications to External Organisations

In most cases, the ADIPS Board is unable to provide endorsement or letters of support for research grant applications. However, if there is a compelling and genuine collaboration that is in keeping with the aims and goals of ADIPS, then the Board is open to discussion and involvement in project development with at least three months’ notice prior to grant submission.”