(January 25, 2001, Gazette)
For more information
about the items below or to request application materials, contact
Elaine Whelan at the Office of Research, 737-8251 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
NSERC and NRC have established a joint Fuel Cell Research Network
Program. A network coordination office will be managed out of
NRCs Innovation Centre in Vancouver. NSERC will allocate
funding for the creation of five industrial research chairs (deadline
for applications is Jan. 29). Funding for fuel cell related research
will also be available under the existing NRC/NSERC Research
Partnership Program (applications may be submitted at any time).
In addition, NSERC will be introducing a cooperative education
program in fuel cells similar to the current NSERC Industrial
Postgraduate Scholarships program. Up to 12 students each year
will be accepted into this program once it becomes operational.
areas for NSERC
The revised target areas for NSERCs Strategic Grants Program
have been posted on their Web site. In brief, these are:
(1) Biosciences (advanced analytical and computational tools
and techniques; cellular, metabolic and protein engineering;
nanomaterials engineering, bio-inspired materials and microfluidics;
tissue engineering and regeneration; aquaculture; sustainable
agricultural production; functional foods, nutraceuticals, probiotics;
and food quality and food safety);
(2) Environmental and sustainable development (renewable resources
management; urbanization and industrialization; sustainable products;
and environmental assessment techniques);
(3) Information and communications technologies (advanced materials
and devices; software and computing systems; decision support
systems; network infrastructure; authentication, security and
(4) Value-added products and processes (biomedical devices; manufacturing
products and processes; and natural resources); and
(5) New directions.
The 2001 deadline dates for CFIs New Opportunities program
March 1, June 1, Sept. 1 and Dec. 1. This program is open to
new researchers who have taken up their first Canadian faculty
position and have been in the position no longer than 18 months.
For further information, please contact Pamela White at email@example.com or visit www.innovation.ca.
CFI has released
the details for its 2001 Innovation Fund competition. Notices
of Intent are due April 2, with full applications due May 30,
2001. Competition results will be released in January 2002. As
there are several internal deadlines associated with this competition,
interested individuals are advised to contact Pamela White at
firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Additional information can also be found at www.innovation.ca.
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
and Statistics Canada have advised of a second competition under
their joint Canadian Initiative on Social Statistics Data Training
Schools. A Data Training School may be hosted in any Canadian
University for a period of no less than seven consecutive days
and no more than 14 consecutive days. Requests under this program
are limited to $50,000. Up to three Data Training schools will
be supported under the competition. The deadline for applications
is Feb. 26.
The Canadian Hemophilia Society and the Association of Hemophilia
Clinic Directors of Canada in collaboration with Aventis Behring,
have established a fellowship in hemophilia program that will
provide fellows in hematology or other relevant fields the opportunity
to obtain additional clinical or research skills necessary to
improve the care and lives of patients with inherited bleeding
disorders. Candidates must be Canadian citizens and must be enrolled
in postgraduate training in hematology. The value of the fellowship
is $60,000 over a one-year period. The deadline for submission
of applications is March 15.
The Cancer Research Institute seeks proposals to identify immunological
markers related to prostate cancer aggressiveness with the objective
of developing new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies for the
disease. Research areas include:
(1) Search for antigenic markers or other immunopathological
features (such as lymphocyte infiltrate) that correlate with
prognosis or disease progression and
(2) Academic Phase I clinical trials based on these defined antigens.
Preclinical laboratory grants of up to $100,000 a year for a
maximum of three years and clinical trial grants of up to $150,000
a year for a maximum of three years are offered. For more information,
contact Patti Hanson, CRI, at 212-688-7515 or e-mail email@example.com.
The deadline date for proposals is April 15.
fellowship in Commonwealth studies
Applications are invited for one or two Smuts Visiting Fellowships
in Commonwealth Studies to be held during the academic year 2002/2003.
Fellowships are available for a nine-month period beginning in
October 2002 for research in the field of Commonwealth Studies,
including the Commonwealth related aspects of archaeology, anthropology,
economics, history, human geography, law, literature, oriental
studies, and social and political studies. A contribution of
up to 20,000 pounds is available under each fellowship. The deadline
for applications is Aug. 28.
American Diabetes Association cc Lions Sightfirst Diabetic Retinopathy
Research Program: clinical research grant program, training grant
program, equipment grant program.
Austrian Embassy Ottawa Austrian scholarship award program.
Burroughs Wellcome Fund Wellcome visiting professorships
in the basic medical sciences; Wellcome visiting professorships
in the microbiological sciences.
Canada Council Jean A. Chalmers fund for the crafts.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Genomics research
program: collaborative genomic special projects (full application).
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Equipment
and maintenance grant (new and renewal applications); Operating
grant (new and renewal applications); Workshops and symposia.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research Clinical trials.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research/Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Society of Canada/Muscular Dystrophy Association of Canada
Operating grants (full application).
Canadian Institutes of Health Research/The Rick Hansen Institute
CIHR Canadian neurotrauma research program: research projects/operating
Cancer Research Institute (New York) (CRINY) Clinical
investigator award in general and cancer immunology.
German Academic Exchange Service Contemporary literature
International Cystic Fibrosis (Mucoviscidosis) Association
Scholarships; visiting expert; research project grants;
training courses for allied health professionals.
Leukemia Society of America Translational research program
(letter of intent).
Memorial - ISER fellowships (master, research grants).
Memorial, J.R. Smallwood Centre for Newfoundland Studies
project grants; research grants.
Natural Sciences & Engineering Research Council of Canada
Collaborative research opportunities (CRO).
Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council project grants.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization collaborative linkage
grants; expert visits (physical & engineering science).
Rick Hansen Institute Biomedical research: operating &
equipment grants and personnel awards.
University of Calgary Gorbachev Foundation Joint