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KFOC Allied Health Research Grant

The purpose of the Allied Health Research Grant is to encourage allied health professionals to pursue research relevant to the areas of nephrology and organ donation, including clinical, health services, social, cultural, environmental and population health research. To be eligible for this grant the nominated principal applicant must been an allied health professional (see below).

The award is for up to two years, to a maximum of $50,000/year. There must be a clearly demonstrated relevance of the project and its outcomes to the Mission of The Kidney Foundation. The research must be carried out in Canada.

Researchers with Biomedical or Basic projects are recommended to apply to the KFOC Biomedical Research Grants competition.

Post-Doctoral Fellows are encouraged to apply to the KRESCENT program.

Deadline: October 15, 2017

For more information, click HERE.


CIMVHR Advanced Analytics Initiative – Guidelines for Proposal Document Preparation

Background:

The CIMVHR Advanced Analytics Initiative is a program that encourages applications from multi-disciplines to submit project proposals to compete for access to funding, computer resources and expertise available through CIMVHR and IBM Canada¾ researchers interested in applying will include medical resources to accelerate research and improve health of Military, Veterans and/or their families supported by data scientist/computer science experts and architects with skills to combine the medical research with the data analytics and computer science aspects of the proposed project. CIMVHR and IBM are available to discuss the viability of your proposed project prior to completing and submitting the application.

The Initiative funds support priority areas such as, but not limited to,

  • Precision medicine: medication/treatment selection, order of care, response based treatment
  • Personalized care: treatment tailored to the individual
  • Military family challenges: impact of military families’ lifestyle on health and well-being
  • CIMVHR target population research data challenges: addressing privacy, consolidation, access, and mining for academic led research projects

Deadlines: October 23, 2017

To view the application form, click HERE.
To view the application guidelines, click HERE.


European Union Horizon 2020 Funding Opportunities

The Horizon 2020 call has now been published HERE. Horizon 2020 is the world’s biggest research program also open for participation of partners outside EU.


2017 GRH Clinical Research Grant

Call for Applications is now OPEN!

The Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital is pleased to offer this unique funding opportunity:

  • To support well-defined, innovative and feasible research studies that are of high quality, relevant to GRH patient populations and have the potential to impact clinical practice and/or improve health outcomes.
  • To build research capacity at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital by providing opportunities for front-line (nursing and allied health professionals) to be engaged in the research process by addressing a clinical issue (enhance research skills, increase understanding of research administration and processes).
  • To provide support for clinical research that is relevant and translatable to improving one of the four pillars of research:
    • Understanding Child Developmental Health
    • Improving Function for People with Chronic Conditions
    • Advancing Function Through Assistive Technology, and
    • Anticipating the Needs of an Aging Population

Deadline: October 20, 2017

For more information, click HERE.


Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
2017 Fall Competition Deadlines

Funding Program NSERC NOI* RSO** NSERC Full
Application
Deadline
Subatomic Physics RTI Category 1 N/A October 16th October 25th
Subatomic Physics RTI Category 2 and 3 August 1st September 25th October 2nd
Subatomic Physics MRS August 1st September 25th October 2nd
RTI Category 1 N/A October 16th October 25th
Discovery Grants August 1st October 20th November 1st
Subatomic Physics Discovery Projects >$500/yr August 1st September 25th October 2nd

* No UofA signatures are required at the NOI stage.
**Your faculty may have additional internal submission deadline requirements. Please contact your Research Facilitator for more info.

Strategic Partnership Grants for Projects

As a result of extensive consultations with the community on NSERC 2020, NSERC has added a Letter of Intent (LOI) stage to the application process for the Strategic Partnership Grants for Projects, starting with the 2017 competition cycle. The LOI stage will be mandatory for all applications to Strategic Partnership Grants for Projects (SPG-P). Following an evaluation by the Strategic Projects Selection Panels, a select number of LOIs will be invited to submit full applications. This process will reduce the effort of the research community in preparing applications and result in a higher success rate overall.

For more information, click HERE.


Mitacs

Mitacs is accepting applications for competitive international research opportunities, including student travel to and from Canada.

Projects last 12–24 weeks and are open to graduate students in all disciplines. Select destinations are also open to senior undergraduates. Funding varies by destination.

Students in Canada can do research in:

  • Brazil
  • China
  • France
  • India
  • Israel
  • Korea
  • Mexico
  • Tunisia

Students from the following countries can do research in Canada:

  • France

Graduate students can also apply to the Mitacs-JSPS Summer Program, which supports travel to Japan for a 10-week research project in Summer 2018.

Deadline: November 8, 2017

For more information, click HERE.

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