RPH Imaging Research Fund

In the late 1990s, Professor Michael Lawrence-Brown, Vascular Surgeon, and Mr David Hartley, Medical Imaging Technologist, developed an abdominal aortic stent graft while employed at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH). The royalties from this device sit under the governance of the East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) and are administered through a steering committee.

In 2015, Cabinet approved the use of these royalties for the establishment of two Professorial Chairs of Vascular Surgery and Radiology. In addition to supporting the Chair positions, the steering committee has endorsed the provision of a funding budget to be allocated for research grants across both Vascular Surgery and Radiology. This established the RPH Imaging Research Fund.

Visit the History page to learn more about the history of the RPH Imaging Research Fund.

Grant Programs

The RPH Imaging Research Fund is seeking grant applicants

The RPH Imaging Research Fund is now seeking applicants for research grants for radiology related research.

The Fund is seeking applications for round #3 research grants under a formal application process up to a value of $80,000.

Applications must be submitted by 13 May 2022. Applications will be assessed in June 2022 with funding made available from July 2022.

Small project grants of up to $20,000 may be applied for at any time.

For application forms and more information, please visit the Grant Programs webpage.

For further details contact 9224 1069 or email RPHImagingResearchCommittee@health.wa.gov.au

 

Last Updated: 01/04/2022