Mentored Clinician Researcher Fellowships

The T1DCRN Mentored Clinician Researcher Fellowship enables talented clinician researchers to establish their research career in the field of type 1 diabetes.

The Fellowship supports one to two days per week of research time for a clinical research project, allowing emerging clinician researchers to take time away from their clinic duties and dedicate it to type 1 diabetes research. Recipients of the MCRF undertake a research training plan mentored by an established clinician researcher to develop research skills and assist them in becoming established in the field of type 1 diabetes clinical research.

Applicants must be medically qualified (MBBS or equivalent) and have shown a commitment to persuing a research career. Applicants must be mentored by an established investigator affiliated with an Australian research institution.

For further information, or to apply, please visit our Funding Opportunities page.

Dr Sarah Glastras, University of Sydney NSW

Dr Vinutha Shetty, University of Western Australia WA

Dr Mary Abraham, Princess Margaret Hospital WA

Dr Martin De Bock, Princess Margaret Hospital WA

Dr Bala Krishnamurthy, St Vincent’s Hospital VIC

Dr Paul Benitez-Aguirre, Children’s Hospital at Westmead NSW

Dr John Wentworth, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute VIC

Dr Andrzej Januszewski, NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre NSW

Photo: Dr Paul Benitez-Aguirre, 2013 recipient of the Mentored Clinician Researcher Fellowship

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