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Young Investigator Awards, New Concept and Equipment Grants 2012

Country
Australia
Implemented by
Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
Report Card Date
31 July 2014
Reporting period
July 2012 to July 2014
Project Status
Project Completed

AUD 4,044,192

Movember Funding to Date

What we seek to achieve

To make discoveries which will improve the length and quality of life of men with prostate cancer, especially prostate cancer which cannot be cured by surgery or radiation therapy.

How the project works

Each year, this research program selects the best prostate cancer research in both the Young Investigator and New Concepts categories, through an expert peer review process overseen by Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia's Research Advisory Committee. The program awards funding in the following priority areas:
1. Discover the genetic and cellular factors which initiate and/or perpetuate prostate cancer
2. Discover new specific tests to detect prostate cancer
3. Discover, develop and clinically validate new biomarkers to monitor treatment
4. Discover, new targeted treatment for locally-invasive or metastatic prostate cancer
5. Provide immediate improvements in the quality of life of patients with prostate cancer
Research Progress is monitored via annual reports submitted by each grantee. These reports provide details of peer reviewed scientific publications, national and international conference presentations of the achievements, academic promotions and other awards. Funding of more young scientists and senior investigators from other disciplines ensures that research into prostate cancer remains on the priority agenda nationally. Innovation brought into the filed by the funded New Concept Grantees allows for the development of new directions in prostate cancer research.

What we are doing / have done

Number of applications received in 2012: 85 of which 11 were in the Equipment Grant category, 56 in the New Concept Grants category and 18 were in the Young Investigators category.
Number of Principal Investigators that applied = 79
Number of successful Principal Investigators = 20
Number of grants awarded in 2012 = 18.
Of those, 4 were in the Equipment Grant category, 5 in the Young Investigators category and 9 were in the New Concept Grants category
2012 investment in these three categories brings the total amount of funds invested by Movember to date for this program (inclusive of previous investments) to $27,180,866
Young Investigators and New Concept Grants funded in this category have in 2013 reported great progress. Two more Young Investigators, in addition to 9 Young Investigators that are running their own laboratories since receiving Movember funding, are now laboratory leads. Movember Young Investigators have reported an additional 18 new publications in peer reviewed scientific journals and have attended numerous international and national conferences where they have shared their findings with their international peers.

For a detailed list of funded Australian Prostate Cancer research projects, please CLICK HERE.

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For more information on this project or any of the Movember Funded Projects please contact programs@movember.com

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