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SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Grants

Notify ROADS of Intent to Apply: October 18, 2021 Draft Application due to ROADS: November 26, 2021
Application due to ROADS: December 10, 2021
Funding available: Up to 25 grants of $30,000

This Knowledge Synthesis Grant opportunity will support deeper understanding of the growing sense of disconnection, isolation, and loneliness in Canadian society. Dubbed the “loneliness epidemic,” the crisis has been attributed to features of modern life, such as urbanization and the rise of one-person households. Social media, video games and virtual communities have also come under scrutiny, as questions are asked on why the loneliness epidemic is occurring at a time when people are more connected than ever before by technologies. Knowledge Synthesis Grants are not intended to support original research. Rather, they are intended to support the synthesis of existing research knowledge and the identification of knowledge gaps.


CIHR Operating Grant: Addressing the Wider Health Impacts of COVID-19

Registration deadline: October 18, 2021
Application deadline: November 8, 2021
Funding available: $1,000,000/2 years (clinical trial research); $500,000/2 years (other research)

While the direct impacts of COVID-19, variants of concern, and vaccination have been prioritized in the short term, so too should research on the wider impacts of the pandemic so that evidence-informed practices and policies can be implemented at the earliest possible time. The disruption to the economy, education, social relationships and health care have been harmful and severe, causing substantial suffering, mortality and potential lifelong impacts. These wider impacts are frequently more challenging to observe, catalogue and address because they fall across a much broader spectrum of services, as well often being longer term and/or harder to specifically establish attribution.  Without focused attention, these major consequences are likely to remain poorly understood, impact the health of people in Canada, and create a significant lag in evidence-informed practices and policies.  

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CIHR | CIHR Operating Grant: Addressing the Wider Health Impacts of COVID-19

Registration deadline: October 18, 2021
Application deadline: November 8, 2021
Funding available: Clinical trial: Up to $1 million over 2 years; Other types of research: $500,000 over 2 years

To be eligible to the competition, applications must address ALL three (3) objectives AND respond to at least one (1) research area; AND to at least one (1) of its sub-research areas;

1. Understand the extent and impact of the indirect and wider health consequences of COVID-19 and the resilience of people of Canada; AND 2. Identify effective interventions (policy, practice and/or models of care) to ameliorate the wider impacts of COVID-19 and improve preparedness for future health emergencies and pandemics; AND 3. Generate evidence related to one or more marginalized population(s), including for instance: communities marginalized by race; First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Urban Indigenous Peoples; communities historically excluded from research; those experiencing health inequity; persons with disabilities and individuals across diverse health status (e.g. high risk populations, individuals with comorbid conditions); those experiencing gendered impacts of the pandemic; and those in life stages that have been underrepresented in research (e.g. pregnant people, children, older adults). Across all populations, researchers are encouraged to consider a lifecycle approach (from preconception to older adulthood).

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2021 New Frontiers in Research Fund Exploration

Letter of intent deadline: August 10, 2021, 8 p.m. ET
Application deadline: October 19, 2021, 8 p.m. ET
Funding available: Up to $125,000 per year for up to two years

The goal of the Exploration stream is to inspire high-risk, high-reward and interdisciplinary research. Exploration grants support research that pushes boundaries into exciting new areas. Researchers are encouraged to think “outside of the box,” undertake research that would defy current paradigms, and bring disciplines together in unexpected ways and from bold, innovative perspectives. With the Exploration stream, there is recognition that innovation often carries risk; proposals for high-risk research projects that have the potential to deliver game-changing impacts are strongly encouraged. Exploration stream grants support projects that bring disciplines together beyond traditional disciplinary or common interdisciplinary approaches, propose to explore something new, which might fail, and have the potential for significant impact.

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National Institutes of Heath and National Institute on Aging | Primary care-based screening and intervention development for prevention of abuse in older and vulnerable adults in the context of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (R61/R33 Clinical trial required)

Letter of intent deadline: September 20, 2021
Application deadline: October 20, 2021
Funding available: See funding call

The objective of this funding opportunity is to support research that can lead to the development of evidence-based primary care screening tools and behavioral interventions to prevent abuse in at-risk older and vulnerable adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer’s disease and Alzheimer's disease-related dementias (AD/ADRD) and their families. Specifically, this FOA invites R61/R33 applications proposing Stage I screening and behavioral intervention development and Stage III efficacy trials in primary care settings. Studies must directly address the priority research needs and gaps highlighted in the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force’s 2018 final recommendation statement on Intimate Partner Violence, Elder Abuse, and Abuse of Vulnerable Adults: Screening for the development and validation of the following:

Reliable and accurate screening instruments or assessments in primary care settings for older and vulnerable adults without recognized signs or symptoms of abuse (i.e., asymptomatic), and for their medical visit companions, at the time of diagnosis of MCI or AD/ADRD and subsequent primary care encounters; and/or brief and effective point-of-care psychoeducational and behavioral interventions for the prevention of all types of abuse.

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National Institutes of Heath and National Institute on Aging | Aging research in animals (ARIA): Promoting rigorous research on behavioral and social processes (R61/R33 Clinical trial not allowed)

Letter of intent deadline: September 20, 2021
Application deadline: October 20, 2021
Funding available: See funding call

The objective of this funding opportunity is to develop and strengthen animal models for behavioral and social research in the interest of furthering the mechanistic understanding of how social and physical environmental factors contribute to aging processes and the etiology and progression of age-related conditions and diseases. With the explicit two-fold goal of identifying socio-environmental sources of aging processes and advancing the integration of behavioral, social, and environmental measures into biological hallmarks of aging, this grant invites R61/R33 phased innovation applications that propose to develop and test behavioral and social methods, tools, and measures in: (1) research on the natural history of aging in populations of wild animals to increase the understanding of the complex interplay of social and environmental factors which affect individual differences in aging trajectories and health outcomes; and (2) basic and applied research in captive animals that can improve the validity and value of animal models for basic and translational research. Funded projects will receive up to two years of R61 support for initial developmental, proof-of-concept activities, and up to three years of R33 research to support implementation. Projects may involve primary or secondary analysis of data collected in animals from well-characterized wild populations, captive populations, or both.

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NIH | Data enhancements and analyses to clarify the relationship between education and cognitive function including Alzheimer’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease-related dementias (R01 Clinical trial not allowed)

Application deadline: October 20, 2021
Funding available: $2,500,000 to fund two to three awards

One of the most robust findings in Alzheimer's disease and Alzheimer's disease-related
dementias (AD/ADRD) research is that higher levels of education (i.e., more years of schooling) are
associated with lower risk of AD/ADRD. This funding opportunity will support data enhancements to the
measurement of education (in multiple domains of education beyond years of education), academic achievement (e.g., grades, class rank, achievement testing), cognitive function (in multiple cognitive domains beyond those measured using conventional IQ or aptitude tests), and other constructs that
might elucidate the relationship between education and cognitive function (e.g., socioemotional
function, biomarkers); some applications may be able to enhance measurement in multiple areas. This
funding opportunity will also support analyses that help to clarify the relationship between education
and cognition, including the extent to which the relationship is causal (and if so, under what conditions
and for whom).

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Infrastructure Canada | Research & Knowledge Initiative: Cultivating Community Data and Research to Inform Public Infrastructure Decision-making

Application deadline: October 25, 2021
Funding available: $6 million total

The Research and Knowledge Initiative (RKI) is a competitive, merit-based contributions funding program that supports data and research on issues related to public infrastructure and communities. The purpose of the Research and Knowledge Initiative is to advance the understanding of public infrastructure needs, challenges, and opportunities relevant to Canadians. The program aims to strengthen the evidence base on public infrastructure and communities in Canada, facilitate collaboration and partnership among key public infrastructure actors and stakeholders, and support data, research, and knowledge-sharing activities. In 2019, under the Research and Knowledge Initiative, Infrastructure Canada committed $3 million to the World Council on City Data to support the Data for Canadian Cities Pilot Project, which aims to help municipalities build their capacity to leverage data to support community-level decision-making.

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CIHR Catalyst Grant: Accelerate Evidence on Healthcare Delivery System Innovations that Achieve the Quadruple Aim and Improve Health Equity 

Application deadline: October 26, 2021
Funding available: $4,600,000 - maximum amount per grant is $100,000/year for up to 1 year

The Quadruple Aim is centred on four overarching goals to redesign health care systems: improve the patient experience of care; improve the health of populations; improve the health care provider experience; and improve value for money. 

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NIH | Role of adaptive immunity in etiology of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and Alzheimer’s disease-related dementias (ADRD; R01 Clinical trial optional)

Application deadline: October 28, 2021
Funding available: $8 million to fund 10 – 12 awards

The goal of this funding opportunity is to explore the role of the adaptive immune system in the etiology
of AD/ADRD. This FOA solicits human subject and animal research across a broad range of topics and
laboratory models.

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NIH | High resolution mapping of biomolecules in brain cells in aging and Alzheimer’s disease (R01 Clinical trials not allowed)

Application deadline: October 28, 2021
Funding available: Up to 4.8 million to fund six to eight awards

This funding opportunity will use the R01 funding mechanism to support discrete, specified, and
circumscribed projects on novel molecular imaging approaches to establish high-resolution mapping of
biomolecules in brain cells and regions during the course of aging and Alzheimer’s disease.

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NIH | Leveraging existing large databases and cohorts to better understand the risks and benefits of long-term osteoporosis therapy and drug holiday (R01 Clinical trial not allowed)

Application deadline: October 28, 2021
Funding available: $2,500,000 to fund two to three awards

This funding opportunity solicits secondary analyses of existing datasets to provide evidence about
appropriate strategies for long-term osteoporosis therapies, including drug holidays, and to better
understand their risks and benefits.

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Nominations for McMaster University Scholar (US) & Distinguished University Professor (DUP) - 2021/2022

Application deadline: November 1, 2021

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Canadian Armed Forces | Advancing research on servicewomen and women Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces

Application deadline: November 1, 2021
Funding available: ca. $30,000 for nine months

For this specific call for proposals, the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR) is seeking a research team that will be able to complete the following research: a. Conduct a review to summarize the completed research to-date that relates to Canadian servicewomen and women Veterans; and b. Provide an analysis and recommendations for next steps as they relate to enhancing this program of research. 

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National Institutes of Heath and National Institute on Aging | Elucidating the roles of transposable elements in Alzheimer’s disease/ Alzheimer’s disease related dementias and aging (R01 Clinical trial not allowed)

Letter of intent deadline: October 2, 2021
Application deadline: November 2, 2021
Funding available: NIA intends to commit $9,500,000 in FY 2022 to fund 13-18 awards: 10-13

The goal of this funding opportunity is to support hypothesis-driven research in order to gain an understanding of the dysregulation of transposable elements and their contributions to Alzheimer’s disease/ Alzheimer’s disease related dementias and aging. This opportunity encourages applications that investigate causal effects of transposable element activation in disease and aging and applications that as well as model therapeutic interventions to facilitate the transition of the field from observational discovery towards a deeper mechanistic understanding of the function and regulation of transposable elements, which will serve as a foundation for future translational and clinical research efforts.

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Tri-Agency Institutional Programs Secretariat | New Frontiers in Research Fund – 2022 Transformation Stream

Notice of intent deadline: November 2, 2021 Letter of intent deadline: January 11, 2022
Application deadline: September 20, 2022
Funding available: Between $2,000,000 and $4,000,000 per year (including indirect costs) for six years

Transformation grants support projects that propose a world-leading interdisciplinary approach with the potential to have a significant impact in addressing a well-defined challenge. Projects may involve any discipline, thematic areas, approaches or subject areas eligible for funding across the three federal research funding agencies (CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC). Projects should engage the full range of disciplines required to achieve the project goals.

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New Frontiers in Research Fund | 2022 Transformation Stream

Notice of intent deadline: November 2, 2021 Letter of intent deadline: January 11, 2022
Application deadline: September 20, 2022
Funding available: Between $2,000,000 and $4,000,000 per year (including indirect costs) for six years

Transformation grants support projects that propose a world-leading interdisciplinary approach with the potential to have a significant impact in addressing a well-defined challenge. Projects may involve any discipline, thematic areas, approaches or subject areas eligible for funding across the three federal research funding agencies (CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC). Projects should engage the full range of disciplines required to achieve the project goals. MIRA researchers who intend to apply for this opportunity are encouraged to reach out to MIRA Research Manager, Audrey Patocs patocsae@mcmaster.ca to discuss ways MIRA may support your application.

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Canadian Armed Forces | Improving Canadian Armed Forces mental health and resilience training: understanding trainee preferences for the Road to Mental Readiness (R2MR) Program

Application deadline: November 3, 2021
Funding available: To be determined 

Based upon the primary data collection findings, there is a requirement for a Sub Contractor to design an empirical study that identifies the relative importance of Road to Mental Readiness (R2MR) training characteristics (i.e., content, delivery method, and accessibility) that correspond with optimal preferences from the perspective of a Canadian Armed Forces member/trainee. Further, the Sub Contractor will analyze the study data and provide recommendations for prioritized targets that can be used to improve the perceived satisfaction and training value of mental health and resilience training in the Canadian Armed Forces. 

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Canadian Armed Forces | Investigating Intra-articular Treatment Strategies for Early-Stage Joint Tissue Damage in the Canadian Armed Forces

Application deadline: November 3, 2021
Funding available: ca. $87,000 for one year

The objective of the research contract is to study Osteoarthritis disease progression and develop an intra-articular treatment protocol that can be used by the Canadian Armed Forces for members suffering from mild to moderate Osteoarthritis. It is expected that the treatment protocol will include a well-studied regenerative medicine technique, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy. 

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Canadian Armed Forces | Evaluation of Strength and Conditioning Program Implementation with the Goal of Reducing Musculoskeletal Injuries

Application deadline: November 5, 2021
Funding available: ca. $63,000 for one year

The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) are currently implementing two separate strength and conditioning programs aimed at reducing the incidence of musculoskeletal injuries (MSKs) in training and operations. The current programs are called the GRIT (Generating Resilience to Injury through Training; Army) and ACP (Aircrew Conditioning Program; Air Force). Each program exists to target a specific population at a specific point during their training or during their operations cycle. The goal exists to continue to improve the delivery of each program, and to expand each program beyond their current target populations. To accomplish this goal, the requirement exists to better understand the current implementation of each program, and to provide recommendations to sustain, spread, and expand existing programs beyond their current target populations. 

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Ontario SPOR Support Unit EMPOWER awards

Application deadline: November 9, 2021
Funding available: $25,000

The Ontario SPOR Support Unit EMPOWER (Engaging Multi-Stakeholders for Patient Oriented research Wider Effects & Reach) awards provide funding to support existing (patient-partnered and public engaged) research projects to facilitate their impact on the health and health systems in Ontario.  This is a great opportunity to get additional support and funding to increase the reach of your research and to continue to meaningfully engage patients and people with lived/living experience in KT activities. 

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National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society: Research Grant

Pre-application deadline: November 10, 2021
Full application deadline: November 17, 2022
Funding available: $200,000 USD per year for up to three years

The Society is pleased to offer a funding opportunity for investigator-initiated proposals to support research focused on addressing research questions highlighted in the Pathways to Cures Roadmap.

The Roadmap includes three Pathways: STOPPING MS disease activity, RESTORING function by reversing damage and symptoms, and ENDING MS by preventing new cases. Applicants must clearly state the relevance of their proposals to at least one of the research questions outlined in the Roadmap. 

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Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC): Open Research Area (ORA)

Application deadline: November 17, 2021
Funding available: Canadian applicants can request up to $135,000 per year for a maximum of $400,000 over two to three years.

SSHRC will support the participation of Canadian researchers from all disciplines of the social sciences and humanities. Four funding organizations will participate in this seventh ORA competition: the Agence nationale de la recherche (ANR), France; the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Germany; the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), United Kingdom; and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Canada. ANR will coordinate the 2021 funding opportunity call. The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) will again collaborate with the ORA as an associate partner. Applicants to the ORA call may seek partnerships with Japanese researchers. Researchers affiliated with Japanese research institutions will be required to submit their applications to the JSPS, which will organize a specific assessment. Proposals will be accepted for research projects in any area of the social sciences. Proposals must involve integrated collaboration between research partners from at least three of the four main participating countries (Canada, France, Germany and the United Kingdom). Stand-alone projects in different countries will not be admissible. Proposals are expected to make an original and significant contribution to scientific knowledge. 

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CIHR Institute of Aging| Planning and Dissemination Grants

Application deadline: December 13, 2021
Funding available: The maximum amount awarded for a single grant is $25,000.

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NIH Department of Health and Human Services | Mechanism-focused research to promote adherence to healthful behaviors to prevent mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (AD/ADRD) (R01 clinical trial optional)

Letter of intent deadline: December 26, 2021
Application deadline: January 26, 2022
Funding available: $2,250,000 for four to six awards

This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) invites R01 applications for ancillary studies that address psychological and interpersonal mechanisms driving adherence to behavior or lifestyle change relevant to the prevention of cognitive decline, Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), and Alzheimer's disease and Alzheimer's disease-related dementias (AD/ADRD). Successful applications will seek to identify malleable, mechanistic, psychological, or interpersonal targets that – if modified – will strengthen adherence to, maintenance of, and continued/renewed engagement in behaviors that may promote cognitive health and prevent AD/ADRD.

This FOA will specifically support ancillary studies to ongoing, early- to late-stage clinical intervention trials. Ancillary studies should provide the opportunity to explore novel psychological and interpersonal mechanisms by collecting new data from participants enrolled in the ongoing parent study.

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National Institutes of Heath and National Institute on Aging | Pragmatic trials for dementia care and caregiver support (R61/R33 – Clinical trial required)  

Application deadline: October 7, 2021; February 10, 2022; October 11, 2022; February 10, 2023; October 10, 2023; February 13, 2024
Funding available: Up to $500,000 across two years 

This grant will support pragmatic trials within Stage IV of the NIH Stage Model to improve dementia care across multiple dementia care settings that will: (1) be designed to address practical comparative questions faced by Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and AD-related dementia (ADRD) patients, clinicians, and caregivers (both paid and unpaid); (2) include broad and diverse populations; and (3) be conducted in real-world settings with adequate sample size. These trials are intended to produce results that can be directly adopted by healthcare providers, patients, or caregivers for rapid dissemination and implementation. Successful applications will: (1) improve quality of care of persons with dementia; (2) improve quality of life for persons with dementia and their informal caregivers; (3) deliver more patient-focused, cost-effective care across multiple settings; and/or (4) reduce disparities in dementia care.

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National Institutes of Heath and National Institute on Aging | Dementia care and caregiver support intervention research (R01 – Clinical trial required)

Application deadline: October 7, 2021; February 10, 2022; October 11, 2022; February 10, 2023; October 10, 2023; February 13, 2024
Funding available: Application budgets are not limited but need to reflect the actual needs of the proposed project.

This grant mechanism-focused dementia care and caregiver support intervention supports development research at Stages I through V of the NIH Stage Model to address the care needs and promote the health, function, and well-being of persons with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and Alzheimer’s disease-related dementias (ADRD) and of those providing their care. The NIH Stage Model offers a framework to: (1) support development of efficacious interventions that are defined by their principles; and (2) ensure that these efficacious interventions can be administered in the community or in health systems with fidelity to the intervention’s principles. This includes the development, testing, and validation of scalable training materials and procedures so that these interventions can be delivered with fidelity in community settings or health systems. Settings can include the home, community, or formal care settings, such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, nursing and rehabilitation centers, hospitals, adult day care, and specialized hospice settings. The overarching purpose of this opportunity is to help to lay the groundwork for real-world implementation of AD/ADRD care and caregiving interventions.

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Canadian Statistical Sciences Institute | Ontario Data Access Grants

Application deadline: Rolling
Funding available: Up to 5,000

These grants of up to $5,000 cover costs associated with accessing and working with large data sources, which are necessary to carry out data-intensive research and application. The purpose of these grants is to foster research by mitigating the high cost of access to many data sets. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until two grants have been funded in a given academic year.

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Global Cardiovascular Research Funders Forum (GCRFF): Multinational Clinical Trials

Expression of interest deadline: Rolling
Funding available: Awarded funds will vary based on project need.

The trial should plan to test specific interventions or pathways of care for the prevention, diagnosis or
treatment of heart and circulatory diseases. Interventions include drugs, surgery, devices, psychological, physical and educational interventions. The trial should address an unmet clinical need of importance to people affected by, or at risk of, cardiovascular disease. Its results should have the potential to change clinical practice. There should be a clear need for a multinational trial to answer the clinical question.

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Birks Family Foundation Grant

Application deadline: Rolling (apply six months prior to when funds would be required) 
Funding available: Application dependent

The Birks Family Foundation funds organizations either primarily focused on Quebec, or those whose work is broadly national in nature; Public sector organizations, including universities, hospitals, libraries and museums; Projects that demonstrate unique innovation in their field and/or pioneer state-of-the-art technology; Long range projects designed to become self-sustaining; and, organizations that actively engage directly with their target group through programs and/or services. 

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Max Bell Foundation Grant

Application deadline: Rolling
Funding details: Apply for the amount of money that you need to complete your project. Be aware that Max Bell Foundations generally funds 30-60% of a project and prefers to fund projects that have other funders.

The foundation prefers to collaborate with applicants to create final project proposals. Proposals should focus on development of forward-looking innovations that impact public policies and practices with an emphasis on health and wellness, education, and the environment.

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NSERC Alliance

Application deadline: applications are currently being accepted for Option 1 and 2
Funding available: $20,000 to $1,000,000 per year for one to five years

NSERC Alliance grants encourage university researchers to collaborate with partner organizations, which can be from the private, public or not-for-profit sectors. Funding may support research and development projects that seek to respond to a research challenge in the natural sciences or engineering, while working with external partners who are able to accelerate scale-up, application, impact, or commercialization. NSERC is now accepting Option 1 applications requiring at least 50 per cent matching cash contributions from partner organizations, and for Option 2, involving non-profit partners and requesting 90 to 100 per cent funding support from NSERC.

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Physician’s Services Incorporated (PSI) Foundation 

Clinical Research Grant

The PSI Clinical Research Grant is open to Post M.D. physicians looking to conduct research which is of direct relevance to patient care.

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Health Systems Research Grant

The Health Systems research grant funds projects of a special nature within the healthcare system, such as preventative medicine, care of the elderly, communications within the system, underserviced regions, and ways of enhancing the effectiveness of medical practice will be considered under this category. 

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New Investigator Research Grant 

The New Investigator funding stream is open to Clinical Fellows or physicians within five years of their first academic appointment. 

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Resident Research Grant 

Resident Research Grants are concise health research projects, which have been largely developed by the Resident. To be eligible to apply for a Resident Research Grant, the Resident must have PGY status as per the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. The restriction whereby PSI will not consider applications for research within the areas of cancer, and heart and stroke does not apply to resident research projects.

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Healthcare Research by Community Physicians Grant 

To assist physicians practicing in a community setting to undertake a review of their practice patterns which would enhance effectiveness of practice and patient care in their own clinic, hospital, or region.

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Graham Farquharson Knowledge Translation Fellowship 

The PSI Graham Farquharson Fellowship is intended to provide salary support for a new investigator who has demonstrated the ability to successfully complete high impact knowledge translation research. The Fellowship funds, dedicated to salary support, must protect at least 50% of the Fellow’s time to conduct such research.

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