Aim

Mito Foundation Translational Research Grants support exceptional researchers who have the capability to rapidly transform research discoveries into clinical practice. This funding opportunity seeks to support high-quality pre-clinical and clinical studies with clear translational potential to advance therapies through later-stage clinical testing, regulatory review, and commercialisation.

Funding information

Mito Foundation will offer 1 or 2 charitable grants with budgets of up to A$100,000 per year for a period of 12 – 24 months. We highly encourage applications with co-funding from another organisation. 

Mito Foundation reserves the right not to award Translational Research Grant funding in any given year.

Important dates

The next grant round will open in 2025.

Eligibility
  • Research must be focussed on primary mitochondrial disease.
  • Pre-clinical and clinical studies with strong preliminary data and clear translational potential will be considered. Fundamental research studies focussed on understanding disease mechanisms are not eligible for this funding opportunity.
  • Australian and overseas applications are welcome.
Funding guidelines
Selection process
Previous recipients

How to apply

To apply for the Mito Foundation Translational Research Grant please prepare:

  • Mito Foundation Translational Research Grant Application Form
  • Applicant CV (maximum 2 pages)
  • Co-applicant (optional) and group leader CV (maximum 2 pages)
  • Please confirm your reporting requirements from previous Mito Foundation funding are up to date (if applicable)

Compile all documents in 1 PDF document and email to grants@mito.org.au.

Application form

The next grant round will open in 2025.

Report templates

Please contact grants@mito.org.au if you require additional information regarding your existing grant reporting requirements.

Enquiries

Please email any enquiries to grants@mito.org.au.