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About this scholarship


Each year the John Curtin School of Medical Research (JCSMR) (‘the School’) in the ANU College of Health and Medicine(‘theCollege’) may offer up to six awards known as the Talo Computational Biology Talent Accelerator Program Travel Grant (‘the Award’).

Funding for this Award has been provided by Taiyang Zhang and Loong Wang through the JCSMR Talo Computational Biology Talent Accelerator program.

The objective of the Award is to fund short-term research placements in industry and external academic institutions to enable recipients engaged in computational biology affiliated with JCSMR to develop further research and translational expertise relevant to their field of study.



$ 10,000

per annum

6 on offer

Once-off payment for full value

  • Student types

    Domestic, International, Current
  • Student levels

    Postgraduate research
  • Number of scholarships awarded

    6 on offer
  • Selection bases

    Academic merit
  • Ongoing eligibility

    Continuation based on full-time study load

Field of study

Computational Biology



The Award is available each year to a continuing domestic or international ANU PhD student or Early Career Researcher (up to five years post-PhD) carrying out computational biology research affiliated with JCSMR.

Travel or research must be undertaken in the year the Award is granted.

Additional information


One-off payment.

To apply please complete the application form.

Applications must be no longer than 5 pages and should contain:

(a) Name of hosting company or institution (i.e. where placement will occur)

(b) Supervisor contact at hosting institution

(c) Justification and expected outcomes from placement

(d) Timeframe and description of activities to be undertaken whilst on placement

(e) Budget including flights, accommodation and food

Supporting documents will include: Agreement letter from hosting institution.

Please forward your application form to

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Please contact 

Prof Eduardo Eyras,

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