How to apply
Welcome to the 2017 Research Competition !
|2017 ASRP Guidelines|
|Tips for trainees|
|Launch of competition||September 12th, 2016, 9 am ET|
November 11th, 2016, 11:59 pm ET
|Results announced||June 2017|
|Commencement of funding||July 2017|
Amount: $22,000/year Duration: 3 years
Eligibility: Within first 18 months of PhD program
Amount: $41,500/year (PhD) | $51,500/year (MD) Duration: 2 years
Eligibility: Within 18 months of obtaining PhD (extension may be given to MDs)
New Investigator/Career Change Grant
Amount: $60,000/year (QoL) | $75,000/year (Biomedical) Duration: 3 years
Eligibility: Within the first 2 years of initial faculty position
Amount: $60,000/year (QoL) | $75,000/year (Biomedical) Duration: 2 years
Eligibility: Must hold a faculty position with a Canadian university or affiliated institution
Please click on the following links to view Request for Applications for the following funding opportunities:
- Brain Canada New Investigator/Career Change Grants
- CCNA/CNF Training Award for Nursing Students
- CCNA Training Awards
- FRQS Training Awards
- New Brunswick Health Research Foundation Grants and Awards
- Pacific Alzheimer Research Foundation Grants
- AGE-WELL Postdoctoral Award
Funding Opportunity Announcement: Social Inclusion of individuals with dementia and carers
We are pleased to announce that the new CIHR funding opportunity on Social Inclusion of individuals with dementia and carers has been launched.
Living with dementia can prove to be a barrier to social inclusion, both for the individual affected, as well as their carers. For example, day-to-day activities, such as driving, making financial and health care decisions, and remaining independent in the community are key areas where the challenges for the person with dementia can be the greatest.
Social inclusion implies that an individual is meaningfully interacting with others and participating in society. It corresponds to the daily life of persons, their habits, and the completion of their personal and professional objectives. This includes access to social, health and medical care, as well as community benefits. The concept of social inclusion highlights the need to remove barriers to equal participation in society and to assure that inclusion is free from discrimination.
This funding opportunity is launched in partnership with the CIHR Institute of Aging (IA), the CIHR Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction (INMHA) and the Alzheimer Society Canada (ASC).
Application Deadline: 2016-09-20
Last Updated: 11/08/2017