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Quinlivan Research Grants 2024

The Glaucoma Australia ‘Quinlivan’ Research Grants is now open for applications.

Glaucoma Australia is dedicated to supporting research focused on four key domains:

  1. Increasing the rate and reliability of early detection of glaucoma
  2. Developing new treatments or improving the treatment experience
  3. Improving the quality and experience of monitoring the condition progression and maintaining better population wide statistics
  4. Providing prevention or management tools to improve the quality of life for people with glaucoma.

Interested applicants can apply by visiting Glaucoma Australia’s website.

Applications close 5pm (AEST) on Friday June 14, 2024.

Retina Australia 2025 Grants

Retina Australia’s Research Grants Program is now open and receiving applications for 2025 projects. Applications are due by 30 June 2024. Funding is focused on accelerating medical research into the detection, prevention, advancing better treatments and finding cures for inherited retinal diseases.

Closing date for grant applications is 30 June 2024.

For further information and guidelines, please visit

ANZEF Grant Round 2024

Do you have a project to improve eye health equity and access that needs funding?

The Australian and New Zealand Eye Foundation (ANZEF), RANZCO’s philanthropical arm, is launching their grant round for 2024!

ANZEF’s annual grant rounds support initiatives that advance eye health equity and access for communities in Australia, Aotearoa New Zealand, and the Asia-Pacific region. These grants are open to RANZCO members and associates, and organisations and professionals working in eye health, global health and ophthalmic education.

Applications open 20 March and close 8 May, with recipients announced in September 2024.

For further information and to apply, visit

Last updated: May 7, 2024

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