Resources – non-OOGP non-training competitions
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.
Items in this Collection
- 2Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences)
- 1Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, Grant Assist Program
- 1McPhalen, Cathy - Editor, thINK Editing Inc.
- 1McPhalen, Cathy - PhD, thINK Editing
- 1McPhalen, Cathy - thINK editing
- 1Clinical Research Team Grants
- 1Feedback questionnaire
- 1Funding opportunities
This downloadable resource, A Primer on Document Design, may be useful in presenting complex information in a clear, organized and understandable manner. Basic principles covered are applicable to grant applications and other text-heavy documents. By using a section of a sample document, this...
The CIHR Institutes support individuals, groups and communities of researchers for the purpose of implementing, within its mandate, the objective of the CIHR. Each institute has an e-bulletin that contains pertinent research information related to the research areas of the institute. Below are...
Pre-announcements and Call for Stories: 1) HIV/AIDS Biomedical and Clinical Research Team Grants 2) CIHR Centres for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and other STBBIs Population Health and Health Services Research 3) Call for Stories: Canada Exhibit at International AIDS
CIHR Strategic Competition Results with decisions in May 2018.
Outlined in this document are web-based resources to aid in the preparation of grant applications. Resources have been separated based on their relevance to: finding funding, peer review process, grantsmanship, common errors found in grant proposals and specific peer review information. Each...
Information about Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Institute Advisory Boards (IABs) and How to Apply for Board MembershipDownload
This document outlines information about the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Institute Advisory Boards (IABs). University of Alberta representation is identified as well as instructions as to how to apply to IABs and what the selection criteria are.
We would very much appreciate your feedback regarding the resources found on our website as it is important that we are able to provide metrics on value and impact to applicants. Your feedback is critical as we continue to create resources with the most useful information to increase University...
Update on Sex and Gender Peer Review in the Project Competition, June 6, 2018