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Key dates, guidelines and application forms for all open grants offered by the Cancer Institute NSW.

A new study is aiming to change the way ovarian cancer is treated in NSW, offering better outcomes for women with the disease.

All communications regarding grant applications and reporting are to be directed through the administering institution contacts (AIC). This will facilitate the timely and efficient receipt, assessment, awarding and management of grants.

Grants are offered by the Cancer Institute NSW to support innovative projects and research that enable us to work collaboratively to lessen the impact of cancer in NSW.

Read important information about our reporting requirements and conditions of funding for grant recipients.

Funding of translational cancer research ensures the research discoveries are translated into real life public benefit.

The smoking rate among expectant mothers has decreased steadily over the last 20 years, but just under nine per cent of pregnant women in NSW are still smoking1.

Children with cancer in NSW will receive more personalised and effective treatment options through new investment in cutting-edge technologies at the Children’s Cancer Institute.

Grants are provided within the Research Infrastructure Program to ensure the capacity and quality of cancer research continues to expand in NSW.