New Infomedix & ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation Scholarship for an Indigenous Student: applications open

Thank you to Nova Peris OAM for officially launching The InfoMedix & ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation’s Scholarship for an Indigenous Student during our World Diabetes Day celebrations as the official Patron of the scholarship.

Thank you also to UTS Health’s Professor John Evans and InfoMedix CEO Jeff Smoot for speaking at the launch.

The Scholarship aims to support an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person studying the Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education and Management at UTS Faculty of Health.

Applications are open until Sunday, 31 January 2021: apply now

Eligibility criteria

All candidates must be available to attend an interview if required.

ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation

The ADEA Diabetes Research Foundation funds research that helps people with diabetes to live well every day. The Foundation’s research program enables people living with diabetes and their diabetes care team to work together to identify questions, find answers and use this new knowledge to support people as they work hard every day to live well with their diabetes.