The aim of beyondblue's research program is to promote evidence-based best practice in depression and anxiety by supporting research initiatives. These initiatives address critical knowledge gaps and promote excellence in intervention strategies across target groups and settings.
Since 2001, beyondblue's research program has distributed more than $50 million in research funding across more than 250 projects Australia-wide. We have done this through a range of competitive grant programs including:
- National Priority Driven Research Program
- Priority-driven Collaborative Cancer Research Scheme – partnership with Cancer Australia and others
- Cardiovascular Disease and Depression Strategic Research Program – partnership with Heart Foundation
- beyondblue Victorian Centre of Excellence in Depression and Anxiety.
We have also funded, and continue to fund, an additional range of projects where studies have high relevance to beyondblue's strategic directions and priorities. These projects have the potential to contribute to the understanding and knowledge of depression and anxiety in specific population groups (eg, gay, lesbian, bi, trans or intersex people) or in areas such as prevention, early intervention and treatments.
Search beyondblue-funded research
You can find further information on all beyondblue-funded research through our research projects library.
Each project in the library contains the aims of the project, method, key results, citations and weblinks.
Information for existing research grant recipients can be found in the Procurement section.