Grants/Awards

Grants

Funding Body and Scheme Project Title Years Amount
Melbourne Networked Society Institute (MNSI), The University of Melbourne Virtual Reality Therapy and Youth Mental Health 2016-2017 $30,000
Movember Foundation ENTOURAGE: An interactive e-mentoring program to assist young men overcome social anxiety 2016-2017 $25,000
Career Development Fellowship; NHMRC (APP1082934) Connecting the Dots: Novel Social Media Technologies for Long-term Functional Recovery in First Episode Psychosis 2016-2019 $411,768
Young and Well CRC; MHMRC MOST+: Upgraded Moderated Online Social Therapy for Young People with Mood and Anxiety Disorders 2014-2016 $1,024,810
CR Roper Fellowship Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and – Health Sciences, The University of Melbourne Connecting the Dots: 21st Century Psychosocial Interventions for Functional Recovery in First Episode Psychosis 2013-2015 $500,000
The Mental Illness Research Fund (MIRF), State Government of Victoria The HORYZONS project: Moderated Online Social Therapy for Maintenance of Treatment Effects from Specialised First Episode Psychosis Services 2013-2017 $1,792,727
The Telstra Foundation Horyzons-mobile: towards context sensitive, dependent, real-time support 2013-2015 $110,000
The HCF Health and Medical Research Funding Preventing relapse of major depressive disorder in young people (15 – 25yrs): Development and piloting of a moderated online social therapy intervention 2013-2014 $199,959
Headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation Service Innovation Project Grant Program The BRIDGE: Linking carers though an innovative moderated online social therapy program 2013-2014 $263,518
The University of Melbourne Early Career Researcher Grants Scheme The Life Project: Life Interventions for First Episode Psychosis 2012 $30,000
Telstra Foundation The HORYZONS project: Online Recovery for Youth Onset Psychosis 2011-2012 $150,000
The University of Melbourne Interdisciplinary Seed Funding Grant The HORYZONS project: Online Recovery for Youth Onset Psychosis 2011 $46,000

Awards