Current funding opportunities


The purpose of the Co-Funding Partnerships Program (Co-FPP) is to establish collaborations and funding partnerships to bring genuinely new non-government funding for health and medical research and innovation to WA, and to build a culture that supports co-operation and interconnectedness. For details and updates about the Program, visit the Co-Funding Partnerships page.

The Co-FPP is open continuously.

NOTE: Program conditions have been revised. Please refer to the MRAS page for details. The Major Research Application Support (MRAS) Program provides cash commitments for applications that seek to leverage new major funding into WA. Through this, it is expected that the MRAS Program will enable opportunities for the translation of research findings into new knowledge, improved health and wellbeing, address areas of need, and enhance WA’s standing as a leader in health and medical research.


For details and updates on this program visit the Major Research Application Support page.


To view the funding outcomes for past FHRI Fund Programs, see here.

Last Updated: 21/07/2022