St Vincent's Clinic Research Foundation

The St Vincent's Clinic Research Foundation was established in 1992 to further the research objectives of St Vincent's Clinic. The Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that supports unchartered medical research to advance patient care with clinical, real-world practise at its core. 

As the research arm of St Vincent’s Clinic, the Research Foundation is part of a multidisciplinary centre of excellence and enables a unique and direct connection between research and patient care. With a double-sided bench-to-bedside approach, the St Vincent’s Clinic Research Foundation empowers top-talented doctors and researchers to forge the future of medicine with real-world practice, for real-world impact on patient care.

Since its creation, the St Vincent’s Research Clinic Foundation has awarded over 430 grants – a total of $18 million to fund medical breakthroughs. With close to 30 years of expertise, the Foundation has developed a unique perspective to pinpoint research projects with strong potential. 

With your support, we can ensure this vital research continues to unravel medical mysteries and prevention practices, improves patient care and treatments, and unlocks possible cures.

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Apply Now for St Vincent’s Clinic Research Foundation 2025 Grants

Since 1992, St Vincent's Clinic Research Foundation has been dedicated to advancing healthcare through research. Our grants empower researchers to achieve significant progress in early-stage projects, potentially leading to securing larger funding opportunities and discovering medical breakthroughs.

Funding is available across clinical and community areas.  Please use the link below to download the application forms, along with resources designed to assist you in completing your application.

St Vincent's Clinic Research Foundation 2025 Research Grant Applications

Applications must be submitted by the closing date of Tuesday, 25 June 2024.

For more information, please contact Samantha Newell, ext. 26405 or Katrina Smith, ext. 26413 or

For more information on AMR grants, please contact A/Professor Philip Cunningham, ext. 24900 or