RACP ARA D.E.V. Starr Research Establishment Fellowship
Eligibility and Definition
Applicants must be Australian and New Zealand Advanced Trainees in Rheumatology of the RACP, its Divisions, Faculties and Chapters or; Fellows of the RACP, its Divisions, Faculties and Chapters who have completed advanced training in Rheumatology within the previous five years.
The purpose of this Fellowship is to further research into the field of rheumatic diseases. Funding to be used to:
- Provide stipend support; and/or
- Other support such as laboratory set-up costs; and/or
- A short-term Research Assistant appointment
- Assist with travel and re-establishment costs for those taking up a post-doctoral fellowship overseas.
Initiatives to facilitate early diagnosis and prevent disability in myositis
Clinical evaluation of osteoarthritis (OA) biomarkers for regulatory qualification: the foundation for the national institute of health biomarkers OA consortium
Quantifying the burden of cancer in systemic sclerosis: A data linkage study
The relationship between genetic changes in ankylosing spondylitis and changes in immune cell subsets
|2012||Raja Mohamed Raja Rafi||Optimal care for multiple joint pain associated with osteoarthritis: A multi joint study|
|2010||Simon Chatfield||The role of neutrophil extracellular traps in inflammatory arthritis|
|2008||Jane Zockling||Prevalence and characteristics of the rheumatic disease called ankylosing spondylitis (AS)|
For information on recipients of ARA Research Fund grants prior to 2008, please contact the ARA Research Fund Secretariat email@example.com