(April 11, 2002, 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 email@example.com
Access funding from CIHR Institutes
CIHR Institutes and their partners have announced the first strategic
funding opportunities for 2002. More than a dozen programs with submission
deadlines during the May to July period have been listed on CIHRs
Web site. For program details, select, Strategic Funding Opportunities
Shwachman-Diamond Syndrome (SDS) Canada has announced its third research
grants competition in support of research relevant to this genetic disease.
Awards will provide up to $25,000 per year for a maximum period of three
years. Application is initially through letter of intent. The deadline
for submission is April 25.
New foundation to support environmental research
Sustainable Development Technology Canada is a foundation that has been
endowed with $100 million by the Government of Canada to provide funding
to accelerate the development, demonstration and deployment of new technologies
that will address climate change and clean air issues. SDTC has just launched
its first and only funding cycle for 2002. Application is initially through
a Statement of Interest which must be submitted by April 30. A consortium
approach is required to access funding. The foundation will fund up to
33 per cent of selected projects. Details are available at www.sdtc.ca
Individual researchers and graduate students may also participate by registering
as an expert on an international roster of reviewers.
The 2003 Killam fellowships competition is now open. These fellowships
provide full or partial salary replacement to a maximum of $53,000 per
year to allow for release from teaching and administrative duties. The
fellowships are open to researchers in the fields of humanities, social
sciences, natural sciences, health sciences and engineering. Applications
must be filed electronically. To gain access to the internet form, applicants
must send an e-mail request for a user name and password to the Killam
office at firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for applications is May 31, 2002.
NSERCs Inter-American materials collaboration
NSERC and its counterpart agencies in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia,
Mexico and the US have created a pilot initiative to foster collaborative
activities in materials research. The two proposal categories are: Category
A Inter-American Materials Research Projects and Category B
Inter-American Planning Grants for International Activities in Materials
Research. Category A aims to support new, special collaborative projects
in materials research among groups of investigators or centres from at
least two of the seven participating countries that enhance cooperation
and interaction among research centres and organizations. A letter of
intent outlining the proposed project must be submitted to NSERC summarizing
the collaborative opportunity with an emphasis of what makes it a special
project; some background on the development of the proposed initiative;
a short description of the project; and the need for, and benefits of
the proposed international collaboration. Letters of intent are due by
July 1, 2002. Full proposals are to be received by NSERC no later than
Oct. 1, 2002. Category B aims to establish and design new collaborative
research projects and programs in materials research among groups of investigators
or centres from at least two of the seven participating countries. Funding
under this category can be used to cover the costs associated with organizing
workshops or symposia, and travel for meetings to establish the collaborative
framework of the project. These proposals may be submitted at any time.
A letter of intent is not required for proposals in this category. For
further information, please contact Kate Wilson at 613-995-7752 or by
e-mail at email@example.com
Cancer Research Society, Inc. (CRS) strategic research program
Canadian Institute of Health Research/Institute of Genetics short-term
exchange grants - full application.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (US) clinical research grants (letter
Deafness Research Foundation (The) (NY) DRF grants for research
Memorial Memorial University research grants program (salary-based
research grants program).
National Institutes of Health (NIH) (US) research grant.
University of Calgary-Gorbachev Foundation joint trust fund.
The Whitaker Foundation biomedical engineering research grant (full
Canadian Foundation for Innovation new opportunities.
Lindbergh Foundation Lindbergh foundation grants.
Huntingtons Disease Society of America, Inc. initiative research
Max Bell Foundation health, education and communication proposals
(letters of intent).
Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) (US) research grants program
(request for application-designated form).
International Information Science Foundation (IISF) visiting researcher