Medicine / Science – Status

Changes to selection procedures for the CASS Medicine/Science Grants

For some years, The CASS Foundation (CASS) has restricted applications for Medicine/Science Grants to Victorian-based research organisations. This restriction will continue. CASS seeks to reduce the large number of applications received each year and to achieve an acceptable ratio of successful applications to the total number of submissions received. Following a review of selection procedures, CASS has designated a list of relevant organisations which will be eligible to apply in alternate years.

Applications for the 2017 Medicine/Science Grants have now closed.

CASS has published provisional Guidelines for the 2018 Medicine/Science Grant round, for the information of prospective Applicants. However, these Guidelines may be subject to change and the final 2018 Medicine/Science Guidelines will be published in late July 2018.

If any member of a research centre in Victoria wishes to discuss the revised Guidelines, they should contact Mr David Abraham AM, Executive Director, at CASS.


Previous CASS Medicine/Science grant rounds

In 2016, the Foundation awarded 24 grants to the value of $1,263,950.

In 2015, the Foundation awarded 21 grants to the value of $1,179,000.

In 2014, the Foundation awarded 20 grants to the value of $1,069,500.

In 2013, 20 grants were offered to the value of $970,000

In 2012, the Foundation offered 17 research grants, to the value of $857,000.

In 2011, 19 Medicine/Science grants were offered, making a total of $936,680 in grant funding.

In 2010, CASS offered 15 Medicine/Science grants; a total of $754,200 in funding.