Australia FY 1997: Grants related to aging

This page presents statistics on scientific grants received by various organizations in Australia, fiscal year 1997.
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Statistics
Total Projects: 390
Funding Organizations: 6
Recipient Organizations: 60
Total Funding: $ 33,554,497
Chart Spending by categories
CategoryProjectsFunding, $
  Natural Sciences336$27,046,607
  Behavioral and Social Sciences21$3,391,654
  Theories of aging20$1,292,561
  Infrastructure & Equipment11$648,104
  no Aging5$336,230
  Events and Training Programs5$131,128
  Nuclear mutations in cancer1$45,473

List of Scientific grants and projects

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Top 10 Recipients Organizations

Recipients Organizations Projects Funding, $
University Of Melbourne 49 $ 4,318,929
University Of New South Wales 33 $ 3,137,901
University Of Adelaide 12 $ 2,748,775
Prince Henry'S Institute Of Medical Res 4 $ 2,670,160
Monash University 37 $ 2,546,499
University Of Queensland 35 $ 2,331,793
University Of Western Australia 29 $ 2,189,587
University Of Sydney 43 $ 2,066,864
Flinders University 17 $ 1,970,768
Queensland University Of Technology 5 $ 915,499
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Top 10 Donors Organizations

Funding Organizations Projects Funding, $
National Health and Medical Research Council 382 $ 32,367,687
NIH - National Cancer Institute 3 $ 908,336
NIH - Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute Of Child Health &Human Development 1 $ 108,161
NIH - National Institute Of Allergy And Infectious Diseases 1 $ 79,208
NIH - National Eye Institute 1 $ 62,505
NIH - National Institute Of Diabetes And Digestive And Kidney Diseases 2 $ 28,600

Top 10 Investigators

Investigators Projects Funding, $
John Forbes 3 $ 452,017
Paul Bertrand 2 $ 28,600
Samuel Berkovic 2 $ 102,126
James Paton 2 $ 122,220
John Hamilton 2 $ 162,258
Sally Waterman 2 $ 180,640
Peter Brooks 2 $ 115,779
Antony Burgess 2 $ 82,717
Michael Parker 2 $ 127,340
Jorg Heierhorst 2 $ 146,888
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Statistic by Countries FY 1997

CountryProjectsFunding, $
  AUSTRALIA 390$ 33,554,497