Funded research projects are those that aim to support and complement existing diabetes research programs to build opportunity and capacity to positively impact and enhance diabetes education and care.

We are pleased to announce that Giuliana Murfet is the recipient of the 2019 Research Fellowship, and Dr Anita De Bellis and Dr Virginia Hagger are the successful applicants of the 2019 Research Grant. Congratulations! We are excited about your research work that will benefit people living with diabetes.

Giuliana Murfet, Deakin University

Diabetes care capability framework for health professionals with different levels of skills and knowledge (2019)

Dr Anita De Bellis, Flinders University

Helping Grey Nomads with diabetes self-management (2019)

Dr Virginia Hagger, Deakin University

Australia’s 1st university-based diabetes transition support program for young adults (2019)

Professor Bodil Rasmussen, Deakin University

Connecting a community of breastfeeding women with T1D and T2D (2018)

Dr Carmel Smart, John Hunter Children’s Hospital

Smarting the Fat, Protein and Carbohydrate (2018)

Marian Brennan, Curtin University

Reducing fear of hypoglycaemia towards active living (2018)

Dr Linda Beeney, University of Sydney

Do names really hurt? (2017)

Dr Christel Hendrieckx, Deakin University

Emotional health issues in adults with diabetes (2017)

Dr Kirstine Bell, University of Sydney

Optimising mealtime insulin bolusing algorithms (2016)

Dr Tammie Choi, Monash Univerisity

Not scared of sugar (2016)

Dr Steven Trawley, Cairnmillar Institute

DiabetesDriving-Australia (2016)