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Gaetan Burgio 19h
It seems the is being releasing the outcomes for project grants. If you have received an email from RGMS, I would like to express my sincere condolences. It is not about you, it is sadly bad luck. Funding process is essentially random
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Angry Ezekiel 14h
Replying to @GaetanBurgio
I had excellent comments, not one negative. Even had reviewers stating how important the project was to fund..... And yet I get a I give up
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Tracy O'Mara Oct 27
Just been told that a lab head here called and was told that project grants will be emailed 15th Nov! Who cares about people’s jobs?
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Matt Baker Oct 31
When kids trick or treat tonight I'm just gonna shout 'NFFC!' at half of them and send 13% of them candy about 7 months later
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Fran Baum Jul 29
Isn’t it amazing that academics have to pay to publish their research findings - largely financed by the public purse the publishers make private profit from public funds! Weird world
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NHMRC Sep 17
’s General Manager Tony Kingdon will retire at the end of the year. For 7 years Tony has led our operations and has made a significant impact in shaping the agency. The search for his successor begins today. We wish Tony the best for the future, he will be greatly missed.
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Jeff Craig Dec 5
embargo lifted. Finally I can say I GOT A GRANT!
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Joanne Bowen 9h
How I cope with NFFC ⁦ Lots of discovery and potentially lifesaving research not getting funding again in 2019. Evidence: lift investment in research ⁦⁩ and get huge returns.
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Julienne O'Rourke Oct 30
Scientists waiting for project grant announcements
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Dr Francine Marques Oct 30
**** grant results can be seen on RGMS **** 16.44% success rate for 2017
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Justin Boddey Oct 30
If today is D-day then sincerely good luck to all of you, congratulations to 13% of you and commiserations to 87% of you
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Dr Hannah Brown Oct 30
‘Shortly’: adverb 1. In a short time, soon. 2. What seems like eternity. 3. Why Australian scientists checked their email at 4am.
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Dr Francine Marques Oct 31
This week I was told I’m still in remission from after 2y since ! Much better news than any grant will ever be 🙏
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Adrian Barnett Apr 25
RGMS to be replaced! Yeah!!! (If only this tweet was 5 years old)
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Haiyin Liu Oct 22
Anne Kelso of on the challenges of and leadership. We need to change this!
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David Powell Mar 5
That time of year when everywhere you look you see grants
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Dr Francine Marques Oct 10
Average age for was 34y and Career Development 39y. These are not the typical BSc, honours, PhD students...
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Damien Keating Oct 30
Clearly have decided on the scariest Halloween costume of all today - the dreaded grant review annoooooouncment date
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Sandra Eades Jun 27
Congratulations ⁦⁩ nhmrc Elizabeth Blackburn award for population health 2018
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Dr Francine Marques 2h
Big hugs to all AMAZING medical researchers in that hot an email from today with a grant. Remember the research you do is great and it matters! The system is broken, not your ideas
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