May 22, 2003, Gazette
information about the items below or to request application materials,
contact Elizabeth Noseworthy at the Office of Research,
737-8251 or e-mail email@example.com
NSERC has issued its call for nominations for 2004 Steacie fellowships.
Each year, NSERC awards up to six of these fellowships to outstanding
scientists and engineers who, though still in the early stages of their
careers, already enjoy a reputation for original research. Fellowships
are valued at $90,000 a year for two years and are provided to the fellow’s
institution to cover salary, replacement of teaching and administrative
responsibilities, or the enhancement of the research environment of the
fellow’s department. Candidates should have obtained their doctorate
within the last 12 years and hold a grant from NSERC. Further information
is available at www.nserc.gc.ca/programs/steacie/cfn_e.htm.
The deadline for submission of nominations is July 1.
Wyeth/CIHR fellowships program
Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, in partnership with CIHR, offers a total of 10
fellowship positions in the therapeutic areas of obstetrics and gynecology,
psychiatry, transplantation, pediatric infectious diseases and vaccines,
hematology and oncology. Fellowship awards are of two years duration and
are open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents who hold either
a PhD or MD degree and any appropriately credentialed foreign graduate
candidate (MD or PhD) registered for post-graduate training in Canada.
The first stage of the process is the submission of a supervisor/mentor
nomination form to Wyeth. The nomination form and detailed program guidelines
are available at www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/services/funding/opportunities/strategic_competitions/sect2_2_e.shtml.
The deadline for submission is Aug. 1.
Research in geomatics
Geomatics for Informed Decisions (GEOIDE), a Network of Centres of Excellence
in geomatics, is seeking proposals for research projects for the period
2005 to 2009. The successful proposals are to be included in the GEOIDE
Network’s renewal application to be submitted in April 2004. Selected
projects will be eligible for funding to a maximum of $150,000 a year
for up to four years. Proposals may cover targeted genomics R&D projects
or social science, humanities and health targeted R&D projects. For
detailed information, visit www.geoide.ulaval.ca/en/news/proposal.html.
The deadline for submission is Oct. 1.
Fellowship in clinical pharmacology
Merck Sharp & Dohme announces the 2004 International Fellowships in
Clinical Pharmacology. The purpose of the fellowships is to promote and
strengthen the discipline of clinical pharmacology. Applicants must be
a citizen or resident of a country other than the United States; must
have an MD degree, or equivalent; and must be licensed to practice medicine
in their home country. Four fellowships are awarded annually for two-year
terms, with a stipend of $35,000, plus travel and medical benefits. Brochures
and application forms are available at the dean’s office of medical
schools or from The Merck Company Foundation, One Merck Drive, P.O. Box
100, Whitehouse Station, NJ, 08889-0100, USA. The deadline for applications
is Oct. 27, 2003.
Coast Guard R&D
The Office of Research has received a copy of the Canadian Coast Guard
Research and Development Plan for fiscal year 2003-2004. It lists the
research projects planned for the current year by the various branches
of the Coast Guard. The Research & Development Plan, as well as the
annual reports of the Canadian Coast Guard, are available at www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca.
Nomination deadline extended for Colton award
The Canadian Microelectronics Corporation (CMC) has extended the deadline
for nominations for the Douglas R. Colton Award for Research Excellence
to May 28, 2003. Further details for this award can be obtained from the
CMC Web site at www.cmc.ca/news/awards/colton_medal.html.
Canada Foundation for Innovation — new opportunities fund.
Alberta Gaming Research Institute — research grant proposals.
Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute — India studies fellowships programme.
International Information Science Foundation (IISF) — visiting researcher
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation — Basil O'Connor starter
grants (invited applications).
American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) — investigator initiated
grants; postdoctoral award; matching grants.
Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation — Scholar Award.
International Union Against Cancer — Yamagiwa-Yoshida Memorial international
cancer study grants.
Canadian Blood Services — Postdoctoral Fellowship.