Raine Priming Grants provide research funding for medical scientists and clinicians at an early stage in their research career, particularly those who are progressing towards an independent research career to assist them to become more competitive for national and international peer-review grants.
The program is co-funded by the State Government through the WA Department of Health with the Raine Medical Research Foundation, and is designed to encourage clinicians employed by Health Service Providers to become more involved in health and medical research while continuing some clinical duties.
The Cockell Research Collaboration Awards encourage early-career, mid-career, and senior scientist to develop national and international research collaborations that investigate the cause and treatment of mental illness.
The BrightSpark Research Collaboration Awards encourage early-career research scientist to develop national and international research collaborations that investigate the cause and treatment of childhood disease.
The Strachan Memorial Prize is awarded to a Western Australian early-career clinician or clinical scientist for the most outstanding publication that may translate medical science into better health outcomes.