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Title: Tips for Discussing Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) or Trainees Creator: Carey, Jason - Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering Description: This resource has tips capturing information about trainees in grant applications. These tips were extracted from the NSERC Discovery Grant Roundtable PowerPoint presentations by the following speakers: Drs. Jason Carey (Department of Mechanical Engineering), Greg Funk (Department of Physiology), Thomas Hillen (Department of Mathematical & Statistical Sciences), Charles Lucy (Department of Chemistry) and Horacio Marquez (Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering). The tips have been adapted for CIHR proposals. Thank you to the Grant Assist Program (Natural Sciences & Engineering) for hosting these roundtables. Subjects: HQP, trainees Date Created: 2017/08/11 Title: Tips for Preparing your Canadian Common CV (CCV) Creator: Lucy, Charles - Professor, Department of Chemistry Description: This resource contains tips for capturing information in your Canadian Common CV. Subjects: CCV, tips Date Created: 2017/08/11 Title: Grant Writing Tips Creator: Evans, David - Professor & Vice-Dean (Research), Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry Description: This poster contains tips for writing your CIHR grant application. Subjects: writing Date Created: 2017/08/11 Title: Summary of University of Alberta Feedback for CIHR Working Group Meeting Creator: Joanne Simala-Grant Description: This document summarizes the feedback received from the University of Alberta community, which was used by University of Alberta delegates at the CIHR Working Meeting requested by the Federal Minister of Health. Subjects: CIHR, Feedback Date Created: 2016/07/13 Title: Resources – non-OOGP non-training competitions Creator: ERA Administrator Description: This initiative hosts and develops resources that provide information on funding opportunities at CIHR beyond the OOGP and trainee awards as well as other about other funding organizations. Found here is information as to how to apply to CIHR Institute Advisory Boards and general information on grantsmanship. Subjects: Title: Knowledge Translation for Basic Scientists Video Creator: Kelly Mklas Subjects: Knowledge Translation Date Created: 2016-01-11 Title: Bibliometrics & Research Impact Workshop Hand outs Creator: CIHR Subjects: Bibliometrics, CIHR, Research Impact, Metrics, Articles, Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports, InCites Database, Scopus Date Created: 2016-03-24 Title: Updates and Metrics (Grant Assist Program Health Sciences) Creator: ERA Administrator Description: The CIHR Special Project Update and Metrics collection includes documents summarizing the support provided for specific competitions and assessment of that support as well as some University of Alberta statistics. Subjects: Title: Foundation Competition Resources Creator: ERA Administrator Description: CIHR is undergoing significant changes to its open programs and associated peer review (see http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/44761.html
). The Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences) [GAP-HS] is dedicated to supporting applicants as they navigate changes at CIHR thus this folder includes resources such as mock applications and strategic checklists. More resources will be added as they are developed.
Subjects: Title: University Delegate (CIHR) Information Creator: ERA Administrator Description: Dr. Christian Beaulieu (Department of Biomedical Engineering) is the new University of Alberta CIHR University Delegate. CIHR makes the following statement with respect to the role of the University Delegate: "The CIHR University Delegate (UD) network has been in place since 2001. This group meets once a month via teleconference, and its mandate is to keep the health research community, within the university and its affiliated institutions, informed of CIHR's research directions, initiatives and decisions, and to solicit their active participation on awareness activities. Through the UDs, CIHR seeks the views of the community on key policy and implementation questions and is attentive to concerns expressed by the UDs and the communities they represent." Subjects: