Foundation Competition Workshops
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 PowerPoints and videos from CIHR visits to the University of Alberta and from GAP-HS developed workshops.
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- 6Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences)
- 6Simala-Grant, Joanne - Director, Health Funding Research Initiatives
- 3Simala-Grant, Joanne - Director, Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences)
- 2Aubin, Jane - Chief Scientific Officer and Vice-President of Research and Knowledge Translation, CIHR
- 2Chambers, Than - Research Librarian (Faculty of Nursing) & Public Services Librarian, JW Scott Health Sciences Library
- 2Simala-Grant, Joanne - Director, Health Research Funding Initiatives
Dr. Jane Aubin (Chief Scientific Officer & Vice-President, Research, Knowledge Translation & Ethics Portfolio, CIHR) gave a broad overview on changes at CIHR. There was significant time for a question and answer period.<br></br> Please select \"download\" to download the PowerPoint and...
In December 2012, CIHR announced key aspects of the new design of its Open Suite of Programs in Designing for the Future: The New Open Suite of Programs and Peer Review Process. With this announcement, CIHR is moving to a new and critical phase of the reforms, the implementation phase. At the...
In August 2015, CIHR held a series of webinars on the Stage 1 application of the 2015 Foundation competition. Webinars focused on the application process and the content that should be included in each section of the application.
The CIHR Foundation competition is using a new peer review process. The new process is characterized by: multi-stage review, use of structured review criteria, and remote review followed by a face-to-face meeting by an interdisciplinary review panel. This discussion presented an opportunity to...
What are the critical features of a compelling application to Stage 1 of the CIHR Foundation Scheme competition? The Foundation Scheme application is dramatically different from a CIHR Operating Grant application in content, length and style. Since the Foundation competition is new in 2014, and...
Zwaigenbaum, Lonnie - Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Pukatzki, Stefan - Associate Professor, Department of Medical Microbiology & Immunology, Simala-Grant, Joanne - Director, Health Research Initiatives
Successful Stage 1 Foundation applications were discussed. We heard from two Foundation 2014 awardees, Dr. Stefan Pukatzki (Associate Professor, Department of Medical Microbiology & Immunology) and Dr. Lonnie Zwaigenbaum (Professor, Department of Pediatrics). They shared their retrospective...
Bibliometric and research impact measures may be useful for many different purposes, however, they may be particularly valuable in preparing CIHR Foundation Scheme applications. This workshop discussed a variety of metrics and counts that can be used to measure the influence of your research...
CIHR is designing a new open suite of programs & associated peer review. The current suite of open programs (including the OOGP) is being replaced by the Foundation Scheme & Project Scheme. The transition begins with the Fall 2014 Foundation Scheme competition (with restricted eligibility), and...
What are the critical features of a compelling application to Stage 2 of the CIHR Foundation Scheme competition? The Foundation Scheme application is dramatically different from a CIHR Operating Grant application in content, length and style. Since the Foundation competition is new in 2014, and...