National Drug Discovery Centre: Access to Subsidised Screens
Award Title: Access to Subsidised Screens
CALHN Internal Closing Date: 31 October 2019
The National Drug Discovery Centre (NDCC) provides researchers with an affordable pathway to conduct a high-throughput screening campaign. Your assay will be modified by specialist staff to take full advantage of an industry gold-standard robotic drug discovery platform. The NDDC offers:
- Cutting-edge automation, enabling rapid and reproducible testing of large compound libraries
- Access to more than 300,000 high-quality and diverse lead-like small molecules
- Acoustic dispensing technology for accurate volume measurement
- Miniaturisation to 1536-well format, ensuring the most efficient use of assay components such as purified proteins or precious cell lines
- Full ownership rights to new intellectual property that is generated from the screening results
- Work performed by experienced specialists using stringent and effective quality control standards
FUNDING AND DURATION
Successful applicants from Australian research institutes and universities will benefit from testing their breakthroughs at a highly subsidised rate of 90 per cent off actual costs. As an indicative guide, the full cost to perform a 300,000-compound screen is typically in the range of $1.00 to $1.50 per compound, depending on the assay. Total costs are generally from $300,000 to $450,000. This cost is subsidised by the Australian Government, reducing the price to around $30,000 to $45,000, with 50 per cent of this fee to be paid upfront and the closing 50 per cent balance upon project conclusion.
SUBMISSION TO THE SPONSOR DUE DATE 07 NOVEMBER 2019
CALHN SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
TQEH Research staff (Clinical and Affiliate Title Holders) affiliated with the University of Adelaide, and Non-affiliated staff Please co-ordinate your application through TQEH Research Secretariat.
Contact: Gwenda Graves phone: 8222 6870 firstname.lastname@example.org
RAH and SA PATHOLOGY Research staff (Clinical and Affiliate Title Holders) affiliated with the University of Adelaide, and Non-affiliated staff Please co-ordinate your application through CALHN Research Office.
Contact: 7117 2217 Health.CALHNResearchGrants@sa.gov.au
SUBMISSION BY UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE RESEARCHERS
- Applications must be submitted for internal review by 31 October 2019.
- Please email email@example.com if you are considering applying for this scheme.
- See also: Submitting an Application to Research Services for Review
SUBMISSION BY UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA RESEARCHERS
For submission details please contact:
Research and Innovation Services
University of South Australia
Mawson Lakes Campus
Phone: 8302 3247
All UniSA applications require a completed and signed hard copy of the Grant Application Coversheet to accompany the application.
Refer to the UniSA funding calendar here.
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