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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainable forest management
The Sustainable Forest Management Network, one of the National
Networks of Centres of Excellence, has issued its call for
proposals for 2004-2005. Application is initially through
submission of a letter of intent. Full details including
information on the SFM network’s research priorities
are available at
http://sfm-1.biology.ualberta.ca/english/home/index.htm. Letters of intent must be submitted
by Oct. 17.
The Canada Council for the Arts has announced the opening
of nominations for the 2004 Killam Prizes. There are five
Killam Prizes each with a value of $100,000 and one of these
prizes are awarded in each of the fields of social sciences,
humanities, natural sciences, health sciences, and engineering.
The prizes are intended to honour eminent scholars actively
engaged in research in Canada in universities, hospitals,
research or scientific institutes or other equivalent or
similar institutions. Nomination documents must be received
no later than Nov. 3. For further information, see www.canadacouncil.ca/prizes/killam/default.asp.
Health services research
The Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF)
has launched its seventh annual open grants competition.
Under this competition, the foundation and its co-sponsors
will fund applied health services research that will be
useful to the health system managers and/or policy-makers
in the next two to five years. Funding of up to $100,000
annually is available to support programs and projects under
three themes: health human resources; managing continuity;
and nursing leadership, organization, and policy. Funding
is also available for a single program on each of the following
topics: Defining the medicare “basket” and access
for rural and remote communities. Application is initially
through a letter of intent with a submission deadline of
Nov. 5. For further information, see www.chsrf.ca.
Northern Science Award
The Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
is seeking nominations for the Northern Science Award. The
award consists of a prize of $4,500 and a centenary medal
commemorating the International Polar Year. It may be presented
to an individual or to a group of indigenous people who
have made a significant contribution to meritorious knowledge
and understanding of the Canadian north. (North is defined
as a zone of high latitude in northern Canada, north of
the southern limit of discontinuous permafrost where, because
of the natural environment, people experience distinctive
living conditions.) Further information is available at
The deadline for nominations is Nov. 30.
Student research in the North
Application forms are now available from the Office of Research,
or at www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/nstp/index_e.html,
for Northern Scientific Training Program (NSTP) grants.
NSTP grants are supplementary funds awarded to assist students
in the completion of research projects in the North. The
use of the funds is restricted to travel costs for the student
to and from the field area; student living expenses; freight
costs; and translation costs. Graduate and senior undergraduate
students from any discipline who are Canadian citizens or
permanent residents may apply in conjunction with their
faculty advisor. Completed applications must be submitted
to the Office of Research by Nov. 15.
Health Canada has allocated up to $1 million to support
up to eight research projects in the area of women’s
health indicators. The intent of this program is to improve
the way health is measured in order to inform policy development
and to monitor changes in women’s health status and
outcomes in Canada. Four areas of secondary research will
be supported: socio-cultural roles and responsibilities
and the physical and mental health of women; social exclusion
and women’s health; the environment and women’s
health; and health services and women’s health. Application
is initially through submission of a letter of intent by
deadline Nov. 10. Projects are to be completed within 24
months and the maximum funds per project is $300,000. Detailed
information is available at www.hc-sc.gc.ca/iacb-dgiac/arad-draa/english/rmdd/rfp/rfp016.html.
Arthritis Society — research fellowships; Metro A.
Ogryzlo international fellowships.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research — new emerging
team (NET) grants (letters of intent — specified institute).
Canadian Institutes of Health Research/Fragile X Research
Foundation — postdoctoral fellowships.
CIHR University-Industry Research Programs — research
Canadian Lung Association (CLA) — Canadian Physiotherapy
Cardio-Respiratory Society (research grants, fellowships
and studentships); Canadian Nurses' Respiratory Society
(research grants and fellowships).
DAAD — German Academic Exchange Service — Leo
Baeck Institute-DAAD grants; German studies research grant.
Heart and Stroke Foundation — doctoral research award;
Huntington Society of Canada — NAVIGATOR research
program; Laura’s Hope Fund; Landmark Graduate Awards.
Memorial — president's award for outstanding research
(nominations and applications).
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)
— discovery grants (individual, group and project);
research tools and instrument grants, category 1; university
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Science Program,
Cooperative Science and Technology Sub-Program, Physical
and Engineering Science — advanced study institutes;
advanced research workshops; collaborative linkage grants;
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
(SSHRC) — aid to occasional research conferences and
international congresses in Canada.
The Tree Research and Education Endowment Fund (TREE Fund)
— John Z. Duling grant program.
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Inc.
— individual research grant program.
Canada Council — Killam prizes (nominations).
Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada — grants
in aid of research; innovations in IBD.
Parkinson Society Canada — clinical research fellowship
program; Boehringer Ingelheim Clinical Movement Disorder
Canadian Health Services Research Foundation — open
grants competition (letter of intent).
Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research
— CHSRF Matching Funds (letters of intent).