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Sandro Rodriguez 21h
figures suggest success to be 8-10% this yr. Given total grant ~$850mil, what is the cost of the potentially wasted research time and resources for that unfunded 88-90%?
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Sam Forster Apr 23
Thought a 15% success rate was bad? Now its 8%! Seems the restructure has managed to make a terrible system worse. If you care about discovering new medicines you need to fund the properly. Which party is actually going to do this?
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Gaetan Burgio Apr 22
3,153 applications met the minimum data for ideas vs 2,675 in 2018 (18 % increase) but the funding commitment to project/ideas grants will go from $471M (550 projects awarded) to $250M (~300 ideas awarded)-> predicted success rate ~ 8-10%
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Dr Karen Gregory Apr 21
Question for Aussie brain trust in ap: are we allowed to include FWCI (scival) metrics? Or are these similarly banned along with h-index and IF?
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Dr Karen Gregory Apr 22
Just when I was starting to feel good about the shape of my worst fear <10% funded likely to be realised
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Alexie 11m
The and are seeking suggestions on their new draft conduct guidelines for grantees. We think this is crucial for especially WRT harassment. The is writing a reply, please reply here by 30 April if you'd like to contribute.
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Dr Lin Kooi Ong 🧠 Apr 23
Predicted 8-10% success rate for ideas grant... good luck everyone
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Jaclyn Apr 23
Replying to @GaetanBurgio
All this time we have spent writing these grants, in family time, Christmas, Easter, while students see less of us because we are so busy writing, productivity slows and stress mounts. What a great new system! Who will act? 😒🤔
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Ray Chan Apr 16
Expecting an outcome, and received an email from on a separate issue but have the same scheme on the title. My heart was racing! And found out it wasn’t the outcome!! Sigh!
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Prof Natalie A Sims Apr 22
Thank you for this analysis. ! This is quite dispiriting.
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NHMRC Apr 22
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Dr Simona Carbone Apr 17
I’ve never tried to use the word extremely more times in my life
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Dr Pallave Dasari 🐘🐨🦀 Apr 23
Fueling up for grant writing
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Dr Karen Gregory Apr 18
Replying to @JessHolien @nhmrc and 2 others
This was my approach too last night = trailblazing, thought-leaders, state-of-the-art, extremely substantial impact ;)
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NHMRC Apr 16
The call for abstracts for the 8th Annual Symposium on Research Translation is now OPEN. Learn more here
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Dr Angelina Fong Apr 23
Replying to @GaetanBurgio
Whoa! That is ridiculous odds! Even more of a lottery this year! Good luck to everyone in the lottery. It’s not like our careers depend on it.
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onthewards.org Apr 21
I decided that I could “have it all” & followed through w my dream around same time as we started our family. Leave or Remain? Reflections on Overseas Fellowship by
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Thushara Perera 21h
Seriously an epic fail
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Dr Karen Gregory Apr 18
Finalising this budget is coming close to killing me - just realised I forgot to include cell culture media...
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Patrick Shilling 14h
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