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Funding

2024 - 2025

Early Career Research Fund – Growing Minds Australia Clinical Trial Network: Growing Links: Improving mental health outcomes for children, youth, and their families

Chief Investigators: Northam, J., McHugh, C., Carl, T., Boswell, N., Doyle, F., O’Donnell, A., Tully, L., Ewald, A., Nowland, T., Leonard, B., Wong, T.Y., Sivak, L., Turnell, A., McLean, R., Roach, A., McFarlane, L., Harkness, E., & Carlick, T.

Funded amount: $67,000

2024 - 2025

Early Career Research Fund – Growing Minds Australia Clinical Trial Network: Multi-informant Assessment Protocol (GMA-MAP)

Chief Investigators: Nowland, T., Ma, T., Northam, J., O’Donnell, McHugh, C., Wong, T.Y., Doyle, F., & Carl, T.

Funded amount: $67,000

2023 - 2023

Western Sydney University: Research Infrastructure Funding (Capital Expenditure - CAPEX)

Chief Investigators: Gonsalvez, C. & Doyle, F. L.
Funded amount: $38,015

2023 - 2023

School of Psychology, Western Sydney University2023 Governance Allowance (Postgraduate Psychology – Academic Program Advisor)

Recipient: Doyle, F. L.
Funded amount: $2,500

2023 - 2023

School of Psychology, Western Sydney University: Advancing basic and applied mental health research to better understand and treat child mental health disorders

Chief Investigator: Doyle, F. L.
Role: Chief Investigator A

2023 - 2023

School of Psychology, Western Sydney UniversitySupporting collaborations with Coffs Harbour Clinicians

Tender for Category 2, 3, and 4 grant applications, School of Psychology, Western Sydney University
Chief Investigator: Doyle, F. L.
Role: Chief Investigator A
Funded amount: $4,973.35

2023 - 2023

2022 Growing Minds Australia Non-Responders Research Endorsement grantTesting follow-up pharmacotherapy for anxious children who do not respond to first-line psychological treatment

Chief Investigators: Rapee, R., Waters, A., Sciberras, E., Doyle, F., Eapen, V., Mihalopoulos, C., Zimmer- Gembeck, M., Farrell, L., McLellan, L., Johnco, C., Lyneham, H., Oar, E., Sluis, R., Patton, G., Bishop, C.
Role: Chief Investigator D
Funded amount: $100,000

2023 - 2023

Research Theme Grant Assistance Scheme, Western Sydney University: Exploring families’ perceptions of the physical and psychosocial impacts of vigorous physical activity and muscle-strengthening activity

Chief Investigators: Guagliano, J., Kennedy, S., George, E., Brooks, C., Doyle, F. L., Hliounakis, H., Burns, D., & Barker-Burns, J.
Role: Chief Investigator E
Funded amount: $19,967

2023 - 2023

Western Sydney University: Researcher Development Early Career Award: ‘Psycho-physiological arousal during infancy’

Chief Investigator: Doyle, F. L.
Role: Chief Investigator A
Funded amount: $14,964

2022 - 2022

School of Psychology, Western Sydney UniversityBabies, brains and wellbeing: Advancing understanding of the developmental precursors to mental health problems

School of Psychology, Western Sydney University
Chief Investigator: Doyle, F. L.
Role: Chief Investigator A
Funded amount: $4,987.92

2022 - 2022

MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development, Western Sydney UniversityResearch Infrastructure Funding: Caregiver-infant psycho-physiology equipment, freezer, and mobile eye-tracking glasses

Recipient: Doyle, F. L.
Funded Amount: $44,297.64

2022 - 2022

BabyLab Kingswood Undergraduate Student Internship program: ‘A longitudinal examination of attention bias in infancy and socio-emotional wellbeing in childhood’

School of Psychology, Western Sydney University

School of Psychology, Western Sydney University
Chief Investigators: Doyle, F. L., Liu, L. & Zheng, J.
Role: Chief Investigator A
Funded amount: $3,000

2022 - 2022

BabyLab Kingswood Undergraduate Student Internship program: ‘Rating mother-infant interactions using the parental responsiveness rating scale: Do online training requirements differ with the education level and professional background of raters?

School of Psychology, Western Sydney University

Chief Investigators: Brookman, R. & Doyle, F. L.

Role: Chief Investigator B

Funded amount: $3,000

2022 - 2022

2022 Governance Allowance (Postgraduate Psychology – Academic Program Advisor), School of Psychology, Western Sydney University: ‘Improving the evidence-base in child mental health prevention and research’

Recipient: Doyle, F. L.
Funded amount: $2,500

2022 - 2022

Western Sydney University's Researcher Development Women’s Fellowship Award - Pathways to socio-emotional wellbeing: Examining the role of attention, psycho-physiological responding, and temperament in infancy

Chief Investigator: Doyle, F. L.

Role: Chief Investigator A

Funded amount: $29,350

2021 - 2021

Western Sydney University, School of Psychology - Understanding Socio-Emotional Attention in Infancy

Chief Investigator: Doyle, F. L.

Role: Chief Investigator A

Funded amount: $4,843

2021 - 2026

NHMRC – Medical Research Future Fund: Million Minds Mission Mental Health Research - Growing Minds Australia: A National Trials Strategy to Transform Child and Youth Mental Health Services

We will establish Growing Minds Australia, a child and youth clinical trials network that improve methods for identifying signs of mental health problems in children and youth, identify non-responders to treatments and evaluate methods for addressing their ongoing needs; improve the focus on the physical health of MH problems, and improve access to evidence-based programs through a national approach to improving mental health literacy, and reducing stigma.

Chief Investigators: Dadds, M., Anderson, V., Bellgrove, M., Brown, N., Burchfield, K., Cann, W., Carr, V., Clark, D. M., Curtis, J., Dean, K., Dear, B., Degenhardt, L., Doyle, F. L., Eapen, V., Efron, D., Elliot, E., Fonagy, P., Goldfeld, S., Green, M., Hart, L., Hawes, D. J., Hearps, S., Hunt, C., Jorm, A., Kenardy, J., Kimonis, E., Kohn, M., Kowalenko, N., Laurens, K., Morgan, A., Newman, L., Northam, J., Oberklaid, F., Olivier, P., Rapee, R., Sanders, M., Sawyer, M., Schroeder, E., Sciberras, E., Shanley, D., Silk, T., Tonge, B., Tully, L., Tzoumakis, S., Ward, P., Waters, A., Williams, K., Yap, M., & Zimmer-Gembeck, M.

Role: Chief Investigator M

Funded amount from NHMRC: $11,930,126

2017 - 2019

Macquarie University Research Centres Scheme - Centre for Emotional Health

Chief Investigators: Hudson, J., Norberg, M., Rapee, R., Bussey, K., Crome, E., Fitzpatrick, S., Houwing, F., Johnco, C., Jones, M., Kangas, M., Magson, N., McKinnon, A., McLellan, L., McMahon, C., Mitchison, D., Newall, C., Oar, E., Peters, L., Schniering, C., Wong, Q., Wuthrich, V., & Forbes, M.

Role: Chief Investigator G

Funded amount: $150,000

2016 - 2016

Macquarie University - Department of Psychology Research Grant

Chief Investigator: Houwing, F. L.

Role: Chief Investigator A

Funded amount: $4,000

2015 - 2015

Macquarie University - Post-Graduate Research Fund Grant

Chief Investigator: Houwing, F. L.

Role: Chief Investigator A

Funded amount: $4,500

2012 - 2016

Macquarie University - Higher Degree Research Fund

Chief Investigator: Houwing, F. L.

Role: Chief Investigator A

Funded amount: $3,500

2013 - 2015

Macquarie University - Australian Postgraduate Award

Chief Investigator: Houwing, F. L.

Role: Chief Investigator A

Funded amount: Stipend

2012 - 2012

The Salvation Army - 'Top Up’ Scholarship

Chief Investigator: Houwing, F. L.

Role: Chief Investigator A

Funded amount: $10,000

Funding & Awards: Publications

Awards, Prizes & Recognition

2023

Awarded Highly Commended for the Vice-Chancellors Excellence Award for Excellence as an Early Career Researcher, Western Sydney University

2023

Winner of the Research Impact Competition, School of Psychology, Western Sydney University

2022

Outstanding Engagement Award ($150), School of Psychology, Western Sydney University

2022

Research Excellence Award – Developing Researcher ($150), School of Psychology, Western Sydney University

2021

Early Career Researcher Prize in the Ingham Institute Annual Awards, The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research

2016

Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research Integrity and Development) sponsorship to attend the Australian Academy of Science’s ‘Future Leaders forum’, Macquarie University

2014

Early Career Scholar Travel Grant, Jacobs Foundation, Zurich

2013

3-Minute Thesis Competition Finalist, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University

2010

Global Leadership Program’s Annual Excellence Prize in recognition of Outstanding Commitment to Youth Issues, Macquarie University

2009

International Travel Grant, Macquarie University

2007 - 2010

Merit Certificates Awarded for Outstanding Academic Performance, Macquarie University

Funding & Awards: Publications
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