Australia FY 2005: Grants related to aging

This page presents statistics on scientific grants received by various organizations in Australia, fiscal year 2005.
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Statistics
Total Projects: 644
Funding Organizations: 12
Recipient Organizations: 66
Total Funding: $ 210,541,371
Chart Spending by categories
CategoryProjectsFunding, $
  Natural Sciences610$204,009,966
  Behavioral and Social Sciences23$3,932,167
  Theories of aging6$363,780
  Infrastructure & Equipment5$248,332
  Events and Training Programs1$157,402
  no Aging1$60,188

List of Scientific grants and projects

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Top 10 Recipients Organizations

Recipients Organizations Projects Funding, $
University Of Melbourne 109 $ 41,968,421
University Of Sydney 80 $ 20,020,477
Walter And Eliza Hall Institute 21 $ 17,057,212
University Of Western Australia 41 $ 15,176,934
Monash University 54 $ 13,937,561
University Of Queensland 50 $ 13,288,721
Queensland Institute Of Medical Research 24 $ 10,749,698
University Of New South Wales 27 $ 9,824,758
Baker Idi Heart And Diabetes Institute 26 $ 7,094,355
Australian National University 23 $ 6,316,464
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Top 10 Donors Organizations

Funding Organizations Projects Funding, $
National Health and Medical Research Council 598 $ 197,681,139
NIH - National Cancer Institute 10 $ 4,087,191
NIH - National Institute Of Allergy And Infectious Diseases 7 $ 3,555,581
NIH - National Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute 7 $ 1,275,923
NIH - National Institute Of Diabetes And Digestive And Kidney Diseases 5 $ 1,017,180
NIH - National Institute Of Neurological Disorders And Stroke 4 $ 783,230
NIH - National Institute Of General Medical Sciences 4 $ 726,241
NIH - Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute Of Child Health &Human Development 3 $ 675,508
NIH - National Institute Of Arthritis And Musculoskeletal And Skin Diseases 2 $ 421,700
NIH - National Institute Of Dental &Craniofacial Research 1 $ 213,750
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Top 10 Investigators

Investigators Projects Funding, $
Christopher Goodnow 4 $ 2,430,997
David Bowtell 4 $ 2,361,653
Jennifer Stow 3 $ 917,086
Xin-Fu Zhou 3 $ 1,215,824
John Hopper 2 $ 1,884,596
Bruce Kemp 2 $ 1,241,931
Nicholas Martin 2 $ 1,870,345
David Whiteman 2 $ 590,445
David Landsberger 2 $ 49,928
Georgia Chenevix-Trench 2 $ 1,254,311
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Statistic by Countries FY 2005

CountryProjectsFunding, $
  AUSTRALIA 644$ 210,541,371