Grants and Awards

2018 

Bahar-Fuchs A (CIA), Goodenough B, Castellani M, Sinnott R, Mancuso S, Lampit A, CIDER Group. CogTale: Triaging and curating evidence on cognitive interventions for knowledge translation in dementia research. Melbourne Medical School (MMS) Seed Grant Scheme ($25,000). 

 

2017                     

Bahar-Fuchs A. Cognition-oriented treatments for older adults on the spectrum from cognitive health to dementia: Improving methodologies and outcomes. National Health & Medical Research Council – Boosting Dementia Leadership Fellowship 2018-2022 ($716,120).

2016                      

Bahar-Fuchs A. Cognitive Interventions Design, Evaluation, and Reporting (CIDER- A web-based repository of cognition-oriented treatment trials for older adults. Alzheimer’s Australia Research Foundation- Dementia Project Grant 2016 ($50,000).

 

2015                      

Bahar-Fuchs A. An International Working Group to enhance the standards of cognition-focussed interventions for people at risk of dementia. Dementia Collaborative Research Centre, Knowledge Translation Kickstart Grant ($10,000)

 

Bahar-Fuchs A. Dementia Collaborative Research Centre, Travel Award ($3,000)

 

2014                      

Bahar-Fuchs A. Australian National University, Travel Award ($3,000)

 

2013                      

Bahar-Fuchs A. Cognitive training in older diabetic persons at risk of dementia. National Health & Medical Research Council – The Neil Hamilton Fairly Early Career Fellowship 2014-2018 ($334,866).

Note: Awarded to 30 scientists Australia-wide. The only successful applicant from the ANU for the 2013 round        

 

Bahar-Fuchs A. Computerised cognitive training in MCI patients. Alzheimer’s Australia Research Foundation- Dementia Project Grant 2014 ($49,925).

 

Bahar-Fuchs A. Computerised cognitive training in MCI patients. Dementia Collaborative Research Centre – Early Detection and Prevention. Small Project Grant 2014 ($33,451)

 

Anstey K (PI), Cherbuin N, Bahar-Fuchs A, Farrow M. Adapting and evaluating an evidence-based dementia risk reduction program for use in primary care. Dementia Collaborative Research Centre – Early Detection and Prevention Small Project Grant 2014 ($75,000)

 

2012                      

Bahar-Fuchs, A. Alzheimer’s Australia – Viertel Part-Funded Postdoctoral Fellowship 2013-2015 ($90,000)

 

Bahar-Fuchs, A. Alzheimer’s Australia -Rosemary Foundation Travel Fellowship 2012 ($6,400)

 

Bahar-Fuchs, A. Winston Churchill Fellowship ($20,000)

 

Bahar-Fuchs, A. Alzheimer’s Association Travel Fellowship (to attend the 2012 AAIC)

 

2011                      

Anstey, K., Cherbuin, N., Rebok, G & Bahar-Fuchs, A. Dementia Collaborative Research Centres “Dementia Prevention Project 3: Randomised controlled trial of a dementia risk reduction intervention” ($180,093)

 

Bahar-Fuchs, A. ANU vice chancellor Travel Grant ($3,100)