Five new projects have been awarded a total of almost $250,000 as part of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s early career researcher grants.
The successful recipients were announced by the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, Marlene Kairouz today.
The Foundation recognises the importance of building the capacity of the gambling research sector.
The Foundation’s Grants for Gambling Research Program, under which these early career researcher projects are funded, encourages researchers from a variety of disciplines to undertake independent, investigator-initiated research that will build the knowledge base of how gambling affects the Victorian community and inform strategies and activities to address harm.
To read the former Minister’s media release, click here.
To find out further details about the successful recipients, click here.