As a new researcher, you have two fundamental responsibilities: building your research profile and keeping an eye out for research funding. Here, in a nutshell, are the most important resources available to you:
Provide accurate information on UWA systems
Ensure that your research is searchable on external databases
Publish in journals most appropriate for your discipline
While journal rankings and impact factors are quantitative measures to evaluate the performance of a journal in its field, there are many different factors that influence the impact of a journal - the Library can help you determine which outlet is best for your work.
Familiarize yourself with the key tools for examining and measuring your Key tools. This will also affect your Research Profile.
Finding Funding Opportunities
UWA Research-Announcements email service
This is the primary vehicle to receive important information on upcoming funding schemes, including the ARC, NH&MRC and internal funding. Results of these funding schemes are also posted on this list, as well as information on research policy.Subscribe
PIVOT, a comprehensive database containing research funding opportunities
PIVOT lists available research grants, postdoctoral and scholarship opportunities and consultancy opportunities. It provides global and local connections that strengthen research by exploring new avenues for funding and collaboration for faculty, staff researchers, and graduate students.Subscribe
Is the place to go for assistance with finding, applying for, and managing your research funding
Work with researchers to develop new research opportunities, create impact from research, and protect and commercialize intellectual property created at UWA.Find out more
Responsible for administering all research grants, postdoctoral fellowships and travel awards including funding from external agencies, UWA Research Committee schemes and research contracts, tenders and consultancies.Find out more