Grant Application Process
The Research Committee is responsible for advising and making recommendations to the Board of Governors on the state of grant applications, monitoring progress and advising on funded projects, and on matters relating to research, including the quality and scope of such research.
Expressions of Interest (EOI) Applications
The Australian Spinal Research Foundation each year invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) for grants to support research initiatives. The Foundation has established research priorities to support its vision to contribute and resource research that expands our knowledge base in health care delivery for the wellbeing of our community.
Research Culture Statement
The chiropractic paradigm hypothesises that chiropractic care facilitates a greater level of health, enhanced quality of life and human performance.
In this 2013 grant round, our focus is on funding research that investigates this hypothesis and funding will be directed to clinical and basic science research:
Clinical research that investigates the impact of chiropractic care on human function, global well being and quality of life.
Basic science research that investigates the vertebral subluxation theory and the chiropractic adjustment.
Call for Expression of Interest Applications for 2013
EOI Applications CLOSED
To download Spinal Research’s Culture Statement and Research Priorities click here (PDF)
Research Grant Applications
Successful EOI applicants invited to submit full Research Grant Applications for 2013 are advised that applications close 5.00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time, Friday, 2 August, 2013.
Further information may be obtained by contacting the Foundation’s Administration Manager as follows:
Telephone: +617 3808 4098
Fax: +617 3808 8109
Post: PO Box 1047, Springwood 4127 Australia