Applications for the 2018 research awards and grants are open unless indicated below.
College Terms and Conditions for Grants and Fellowships
RANZCR Research Grants - Clinical Radiology and Radiation Oncology
RANZCR research grants provide financial support for Fellows, Educational Affiliates and student members in both clinical radiology and radiation oncology. Applicants who are students must be supervised by a Fellow of the College.
Grants are awarded for sums between AU$5,000 and AU$30,000.
RANZCR Research Grants Guidelines
Early Career Researchers PrizeThe Early Career Researchers Prize recognises a clinical radiology trainee or junior Fellow (within 2 years of gaining Fellowship) who is the first author of a paper accepted for publication by the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology (JMIRO) or another Medline Indexed peer-reviewed journal.
The value of this prize is AU$1,000.
Applications are now closed.
Clinical Radiology Early Career Researcher Prize guidelines
Genito-Urinary Fellowship Grant The Genito-Urinary Fellowship supports our most able and committed young researchers in carrying out significant research projects in genito-urinary cancer. The grant is available only to junior Fellows of the College (within five years of gaining Fellowship).
In 2018, thanks to the support of TOLMAR Australia, the value of the grant is $12,500.
Genito-Urinary Fellowship Grant guidelines
Faculty of Radiation Oncology (FRO) Bourne and Langlands Prize
The FRO Bourne and Langlands Prize is awarded for an exceptional trainee research requirement manuscript.
The value of the prize is AU$1,500.
FRO Bourne and Langlands Prize guidelines
Withers and Peters GrantThe Withers and Peters Grant supports Fellows (up to five years post-Fellowship) and trainees (post Phase 2 exams) to carry out significant research projects. A grant of AU$25,000 is available.
Withers and Peters Grant guidelines
Windeyer Fellowship The Windeyer Fellowship enables a trainee (post-Phase 2 Examination) or junior Fellow in radiation oncology to undertake a Clinical Research Fellowship at the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, Northwood, UK. This exciting position is under the broad supervision of Professor Peter Hoskin. It involves clinical work with a number of senior clinical oncologists across several subspecialty sites, and clinical research projects. The Fellowship is up to a 12 month placement.
Applications are currently open and will close once the Fellowship position has been filled.
Windeyer Fellowship Application Form 2018
Windeyer Fellowship guidelines
Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG) Grant
Each year, TROG sponsors five radiation oncology trainees to attend the annual FRO SMART Workshop and TROG Annual Scientific Meeting. The value of each grant is AU$1,000.
2018 TROG Guidelines