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Patient-Oriented Clinician Research Impact Award Canadian ✓ Verified Date 1 1 days until deadline
This award will support clinician researchers based in the Fraser Salish region to engage in patient-oriented knowledge dissemination activities such as presenting at conferences, publishing their work in journal articles or engaging in some other activity that involves communicating research results back to audiences who can use the knowledge.
Planning Award for Patient-Oriented Research and Knowledge Translation Canadian ✓ Verified Date 1 1 days until deadline
The Planning Award for Patient-Oriented Research and Knowledge Translation will support research teams in partnering with patients and other stakeholders to plan research studies or knowledge translation projects in the Fraser region. Three awards of $10,000 each are available for a one-year period.
Knowledge Translation Award for Patient-Oriented Research Canadian ✓ Verified Date 1 1 days until deadline
The Knowledge Translation Award for Patient-Oriented Research will support patient-oriented knowledge translation activities in the Fraser region that will contribute to the advancement of evidence uptake and implementation consistent with the mandate of CIHR’s Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR). One award of $50,000 is available for a one-year period.
Henry G. Friesen International Prize in Health Research International 60 60 days until deadline
Recognizes those who have had an impact in health research and health research policy at an international level.
Stein Rokkan Prize Canadian
Recognizes a very substantial and original contribution in comparative social science research.
SFU’s Community Engagement Initiative offers small grants to SFU faculty and staff to catalyze community-university impact through the practice of respectful, mutually-beneficial research, learning and creative activity. The average grant amount has been approximately $6,000 per funded initiative with projects supported each year in most faculties and in many departments. The maximum funding available is $10,000 per proposal.
International Policy Ideas Challenge Canadian
The objective of the program is to draw on the network of talented Canadian graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and early-career civil society researchers to identify concrete, innovative solutions to emerging international policy challenges faced by Canada.
VPR Travel Grants, Social Sciences/Humanities, Pool 2 [September 1 through March 31] International ✓ Verified Date
VP Research Travel Grants are provided for faculty in areas supported by SSHRC to attend conferences to present a paper (including the presentation of a poster in a poster session), to serve as a keynote speaker or in the case of faculty in the School for the Contemporary Arts, to present one’s own creative work to a peer group. Awards for North American travel to a Maximum of $900 and International travel to a Maximum of $2,000.
National Call for Proposals 2019 Part 2: Research, Capacity-Building, and Coordination Services (Indirect) Funding Guidelines Canadian
The purpose of this CFP 2 is to complement direct Settlement services across Canada by funding projects which promote research, capacity-building and coordination services. Funding for recommended projects will commence on April 1, 2020 and will be eligible for a duration of up to five (5) years, ending no later than March 31, 2025.
Postcode Lotteries Green Challenge Canadian
Recognizes leaders in sustainable entrepreneurship from all over the world.
Research funding to highly qualified graduate students and postdoctoral fellows across Canada through awards in Technology and Aging.
Open Research Data Initiative Canadian
IDRC invites researchers to participate in the process of planning, describing, and openly publishing their IDRC-funded research data. This funding opportunity will build the data management expertise of applicants while making previously closed data open.
Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships International
Provides funding to the very best postdoctoral applicants, both nationally and internationally, who will positively contribute to the country's economic, social and research-based growth.
The purpose of this competition is to stimulate social sciences and humanities research that will help inform best practices related to environmental and impact assessments
Subatomic Physics (SAP) Discovery Grants Research Tools and Instruments Grants Program International
SAP-RTI grants are awards that assist buying or developing research equipment that costs more than $7,000.
Canada-UK Artificial Intelligence Initiative International ✓ Verified Date
This call aims to support innovative and cutting-edge interdisciplinary artificial intelligence (AI) research that encourages the exploration of new interdisciplinary research methodologies, approaches and tools in social sciences and humanities, health and biomedical sciences, and natural sciences and engineering.
The Grand Challenges family of initiatives fosters innovation to solve key health and development problems.
Translational Research Partnership Program Canadian ✓ Verified Date
The Translational Research Partnership Program supports collaborative projects in cancer research to help accelerate the development of new treatments and/or technologies for the benefit of patients.
VPR Major Research Project Application Preparation Grants Canadian ✓ Verified Date
VPR Major Research Project Application Preparation grants assist SFU faculty members who are applying for major external research grants (e.g., CFI, NCE or SSHRC MCRI or INE). Assistance may take the form of support salaries for personnel needed to prepare application materials, costs of travel required to meet with research collaborators, long-distance telephone/fax charges, etc. These grants do not fund research per se.