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Team Grant : Preparation to Trial: Inflammation for Chronic Conditions
Building on the shared framework for inflammation research initiated through prior CIHR investments (HCCI Phase 1), HCCI2 is comprised of two distinct funding opportunities that together will accelerate the clinical translation of solutions that target shared pathways of inflammation in chronic conditions.
- The first component of the HCCI2 initiative, the Preparation to Trial Funding Opportunity, will support the advancement of preclinical research towards the human intervention trial stage and/or a better understanding of the implementation context to enable the scale up of existing interventions.
- The second component (launch anticipated in 2022) will support human intervention trials with clinical impact on inflammation in chronic conditions.
- The total amount available for this funding opportunity is $5,250,000, enough to fund approximately 7 grants. This amount may increase if additional funding partners participate. The maximum amount per grant is $250,000 per year for up to 3 years, for a total of $750,000 per grant.
Eligibility to Apply
For an application to be eligible:
- The Nominated Principal Applicant must be an independent researcher appointed at an eligible institution (see the CIHR Application Administration Guide – Part 4).
- The Nominated Principal Applicant must have successfully completed one of the sex- and gender-based analysis training modules available online through the CIHR Institute of Gender and Health and have submitted a Certificate of Completion (see How to Apply). Please select and complete the training module most applicable to your research project. Applicants are encouraged to review the “How to integrate sex and gender in research” section on the CIHR website.
- The team must include:
- At least one Early Career Researcher identified as either a Principal Applicant or Co-Applicant. The Early Career Researcher(s) must be eligible at the time of the full application deadline date.
- A Sex and Gender Champion listed as Nominated Principal Applicant, Principal Applicant or Co-Applicant. The champion will be a researcher who possesses or acquires expertise in the study of sex as a biological variable and/or gender as a social determinant of health in relation to inflammation. Select and complete the training module most applicable to your research project. See Additional Information for further important information on the Champion role.
- Any research applications involving Indigenous Peoples must include a researcher or knowledge user who self-identifies as Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit or Métis) or provides evidence of having meaningful and culturally-safe involvement with Indigenous Peoples.
How to Apply
- The application process for this funding opportunity is comprised of two steps: Registration and Full Application.
SFU Signature Sheet and CIHR ROUTING SLIP are due to ORS 3 business days before the Full Application deadline.