The Gambling Research Capacity Grant program offered three grant types:
- PhD scholarships: up to $53,000 per year for three years per candidate, or pro-rata for part-scholarships
- Post-doctoral fellowships: up to $150,000 per year over 3 three years per fellow
- Study grants: $1,000 to $5,000 per recipient
The Office invited the best and brightest minds to apply for funding through the Gambling Research Capacity Grants 2020, to help build knowledge and develop innovative approaches to working towards zero gambling harm.
The Office and the RGF are committed to providing up and coming researchers with an opportunity to build their careers in gambling studies and to encourage cross-disciplinary approaches.
The 2020 grant round for the PhD scholarships is now closed.
The Office invited applications for post-doctoral fellowships, to help build careers while developing innovative approaches to working towards zero gambling harm.
Cross-disciplinary approaches were encouraged, including research partnerships.
The 2020 grant round for the post-doctoral fellowships is now closed.
Applications for study grants are currently closed due to COVID-19.
The Office established these grants to support those involved in gambling research to attend and/or present at conferences in 2020.
There are five grants available of up to $5,000 per grant.
Applications were open to current gambling research students, post-doctoral fellows and practitioners working in the gambling research, policy, education or support fields who can demonstrate best-practice or innovation in their fields.
More information is available in the Gambling Research Capacity Grants Funding Submission Guide.