For more 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
Memorial’s ethics policy
Memorial’s Policy on Ethics of Research Involving Human
Participants has been revised. The revised policy, which was
approved by Senate on Oct. 14, 2003, is now available for
viewing on the Office of Research Web page at www.mun.ca/research/ethics/index.html
or at www.mun.ca/research/resadmin/menu.html.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation cancels competition
Due to budget constraints the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
regrets to announce that there will be no April competition
for CCFF fellowships and studentships in 2004. The next competition
for fellows and students will be Oct. 1, 2004.
Diabetes funding opportunity
The Lawson Foundation invites requests for support for the
development of innovative diabetes health care delivery projects
in Canada. Sustainable community-based projects promoting
partnerships are encouraged. Health professionals involved
with the education, management and care of people with diabetes
are eligible. Maximum amount of grant is $100,000 payable
over 24 months (maximum $50,000 per 12 month period). Further
details are available at www.lawson.on.ca.
The deadline for applications is Feb. 27, 2004.
New SSHRC/HRSD/IC initiative
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
(SSHRC) has announced a new joint initiative in partnership
with Human Resources and Skills Development (HRSD) and Industry
Canada (IC) entitled Skills Research Initiative. The initiative
seeks to promote and support policy-relevant empirical research
on issues related to skills and to highly qualified personnel.
Two competitions will be offered under the SRI program. The
first competition focuses on two themes: labour market implications
of an aging workforce and employer
-supporting training. Further information is available at
ine/skills_research_e.asp. The deadline for applications
is March 1, 2004.
Call for abstracts
The Atlantic Health Promotion Research Centre invites the
submission of abstracts for the Atlantic Health Promotion
Research Forum to be held in Moncton, New Brunswick, on June
1-2, 2004. The focus of this event is on health promotion
research which is multidisciplinary, collaborative and action
oriented. For more information, visit www.ahprc.dal.ca
. The deadline for submission of abstracts is March 31.
New SSHRC/Conference Board of Canada initiative
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
(SSHRC) has announced the launch of a joint initiative with
the Conference Board of Canada titled The Canada Project —
Research Initiative. The initiative seeks to promote and support
policy-relevant research that will help leverage Canada’s
comparative advantages and improve access to North American
and global markets. The partnerships intent is to support
and develop closer relationships among researchers, those
responsible for program and policy development and those who
implement program and policy changes. The competition focuses
on two themes: leveraging Canada’s comparative advantages
and improving access to North American and global markets.
Further details are available at www.sshrc.ca/web/apply/program_descriptions
/ine/canada_project_e.asp. The deadline for applications
is April 15, 2004.
Call for papers
The 14th Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference
will be held in Ottawa, Ontario, during the period June 27-30,
2004. Scientific papers on any aspect of traffic safety or
injury prevention are invited for consideration for presentation
at the conference. Full details of the conference and the
process for submitting abstracts are available at www.cmrsc.ca.
SSHRC — change regarding eligibility criteria
Effective April 1, 2004, SSHRC will abolish its requirement
for Canadian citizenship and permanent residents for applicants
applying to its research base, strategic and communication
programs. This revision will bring SSHRC’s rule into
harmony with those of the other federal granting agencies
with regards to these criteria. Applicants must still be affiliated
with a Canadian postsecondary institution, unless the eligibility
criteria of the program to which they are applying states
otherwise. Please note that all training programs such as
the master’s, the doctoral and the postdoctoral fellowships
do not fall under this amendment.
SSHRC — award search engine
The SSHRC award search engine was introduced to the SSHRC
Web site last May and it allows you to search for information
on all grants and fellowships awarded by SSHRC since 1998
including the Canada Research Chairs Program and the Networks
of Centres of Excellence. A special feature allowing the exported
data directly from the SSHRC Awards Search Engine to Excel
is now available. A direct link to the Award Search Engine
is available at: www.ost.uqam.ca/CRSH/RechProj.aspx?vLangue=Anglais
Canadian Institutes of Health Research/Amyotrophic Lateral
Sclerosis Society of Canada/Muscular Dystrophy Canada —
Neuromuscular Research Partnership — operating grants
Canadian Institutes of Health Research/Institute of Nutrition,
Metabolism and Diabetes — operating grants (application).
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) — randomized
Canadian Institutes of Health/Health Canada — medical
marijuana research program: operating grants (full application);
research initiative on Hepatitis C: operating grants (full
Canada Council for the Arts — Jean A. Chalmers fund
for the crafts.
Cancer Research Institute (New York) (CRINY) — investigator
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society — translational research
program (letter of intent).
Memorial University of Newfoundland (Office of the VP (Research)
— David Hawkins Lectureship in Health Research (nominations);
George M. Story Lecture in Humanities Research (nominations).
Memorial — ISER — master fellowship.
Memorial, J.R. Smallwood Centre for Newfoundland Studies —
Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council — project grants.
Parkinson Society Canada — pilot project program; new
investigator award program; operating grant program; basic
research fellowship program (full applications)
Canadian Institutes of Health Research/Rx&D/Health Research
Foundation — summer research studentships in medicine;
summer research studentships in pharmacy; graduate research
scholarships in pharmacology.