Genome Innovation Hub - 2021 External Project call

16 Oct 2020


Genome Innovation Hub - 2021 External Project call

The Genome Innovation Hub (GIH) is a University of Queensland initiative that aims to develop innovative approaches to advance technologies in structural and functional analysis of genomes. The GIH operates as a collaborative research centre, focussed on designing and implementing cutting-edge methodologies in the areas of health, agriculture and the environment.

GIH is currently seeking to engage in collaborative projects in partnership with research groups across UQ. Projects are expected to launch February 2021. 

Successful project innovations will be made broadly available for uptake, either through UQ central research services or research groups willing to collaborate and/or train research staff in these newly developed approaches. 

About the opportunity 

GIH is currently calling for applications from UQ research groups who are interested in collaborating on projects to develop cutting-edge technology breakthroughs. For successful applications, collaborating research groups will work closely with GIH in the design and development of projects, with both groups actively contributing to projects (including co-investment in funding and personnel expertise). 

Project application and assessment 

For more information on the partnership, application and selection criteria, refer to the GIH 2021 External Project Call brochure and the Guide for Applicants of GIH 2021 External Projects (PDF, 214.8 KB).

To submit your application, please use the GIH 2021 External Project Application template (DOCX, 93.8 KB) and complete it with your project plan (saved as a PDF) and email to by Friday, 11 December 2020.