Receiving the Impact Seed Funding, means Dr Smith has been able to get his research underway, including critical interviews with expert clinicians in treating Borderline Personality Disorder.
“I am seeking their experiences and perceptions on the effectiveness of different types of psychological therapies,” says Dr Smith. “Incorporating their expert knowledge into my research will enable me to investigate the potential benefits of behaviour therapy for men who experience BPD.”
Flinders University Impact Seed Funding Grants provide early career researchers (recent PhD graduates) with vital funding to take risks in their research and challenge established thinking.
With our community of donors who support the Impact Seed Funding Grants, our early career researchers can take a bold step towards new and unexplored research outcomes.
Through this support our donors nurture the future of research and make a difference by building our researchers’ capacity and capabilities to make a positive impact.