Ms Michelle Murphy
Chairperson, ARC Victorian Branch

Research Grant Scheme 2018

ARC 2018 Grant Guidelines (0.1 MiB)

ARC 2018 Application Form (0.2 MiB)

The Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Victorian Branch is delighted to seek applications for the ‘Research Grant Scheme 2018’. This round of grants includes the ‘Tony Walker Research Grant’.   The aims of the grant scheme are to facilitate research in resuscitation or first aid in the Australian setting.  Several grants of up to $10,000 are available.

Preference will be given to projects that:

  • can provide evidence to known gaps in scientific knowledge
  • address links in the ‘Chain of Survival’
  • have translational potential or will lead to larger project funding
  • are likely to be completed within 12‐months

Funded grants deemed to be of exceptional quality will be awarded the Tony Walker Research Grant. Tony Walker Chaired the Victorian Branch of the ARC for 15 years and provided inspirational leadership to the Branch.

Please note the information provided in the attached Guidelines and application form, and feel free to pass on to those within your professional networks who may be interested in applying.

The closing date is Friday the 18th of May, 2018 (5pm AEST) and applications should be forwarded by this date to myself at Please feel free to contact me should you have any queries regarding the research grants.

A/Professor Tony Walker (Distinguished Service Award)
A/Professor Tony Walker

A/Professor Tony Walker

The ARC Victorian Branch presented Tony with a Distinguished Service Award for his 15 years service as Chairman of the branch. Tony showed inspirational leadership and will be sadly missed. In August 2016 Tony was also presented a Recognition of Service Award by the ARC National Council for his enormous contributions over the past 15 years as the Victorian Branch representative.