Research is the key to making advances in the prevention and management of diabetes and the search for a cure. We support and participate in diabetes research in a number of important ways, including:

  • Funding diabetes research

  • Leading research initiatives

  • Collaborating with key partners in research projects

  • Supporting Assisting with recruitment into trials

  • Providing our expertise and resources

  • Participating on steering or advisory groups funding diabetes research

The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes

DA-Vic has partnered with Deakin University to establish the Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes.

Find out more about The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes (ACBRD).

Diabetes Australia Research Trust

The Diabetes Australia Research Trust (DART) was established in 1987 to support diabetes research in Australia. Peer reviewed grants are awarded to fund research into the prevention, management and cure of diabetes and to enable and foster young and upcoming diabetes researchers.

DART relies on the generosity and support of member organisations, corporates and individual donors. Every extra dollar ensures more vital research is undertaken.

Our growing fundraising success enables us to contribute to the Diabetes Australia Research Trust (DART) to assist research programs across Australia.

You can support DART by way of tax deductible donations, estates or sponsorships. Find out more information about  making a donation.

Find out more information about past and current  DART grant recipients