Workshops - Operating Grants
This initiative holds numerous workshops yearly providing information on grant writing, insights into the application process, budget development etc for the CIHR OOGP competition. Here, the PowerPoint PDFs as well video files of workshops are readily available for download.
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- 3Holt, Nick - Associate Professor, Faculty of Physical Educaiton & Recreation
- 3McPhalen, Cathy - PhD, thINK Editing
- 2Davidge, Sandra - Director, WCHRI: Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
- 2Drummond, Jane - Professor, Faculty of Nursing; Vice-Provost, Health Sciences Council
- 2Goodwin, Donna - Associate Professor, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation; Director, The Steadward Centre for Personal & Physical Achievement
- 2Graves, Roger - Director, Writing Across the Curriculum and Professor, Department of English and Film Studies
The PowerPoint presentation and the video (please select attached) of the workshop are available for download. Dr. Lonnie Zwaigenbaum (Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics) outlined when to apply, key elements of a successful Theme 2 CIHR Operating Grant application and common errors...
The PowerPoint PDF of this workshop is ready for download. Dr. Cameron Wild (Professor & Associate Dean of Research, School of Public Health) addressed the mechanisms and review process at CIHR and how to write a fundable theme 4 grant.
The PowerPoint PDF of this session is ready for download. Dr. Marek Michalak (Professor, Department of Biochemistry; Vice-Dean of Research, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry) outlined strategies for being funded and key winning features of an application to Biomedical Theme 1 of the CIHR Operating...
The PowerPoint presentation is ready for download. Dr. Finlay McAlister (Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine) discussed steps on how to improve Theme 3 operating grants.
The PowerPoint presentation and video (please see attached) are ready for download. Dr. Finlay McAlister (Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine) discussed steps on how to improve Theme 3 operating grants.
The session gave brief presentation giving a very high level introduction to the CIHR Canadian Common CV (CCV). These slides reflect screenshots of the CCV demonstration. A lab portion followed the presentation where attendees worked on the CCV they are responsible for updating. There was an...
Grant applications require review and approval by the Department, Faculty, and Institution. Jane De Pauw (Research Facilitator, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry) presented suggestions as to what actions will ensure quick review and approval and what issues stall approval.
Is there a magic formula for writing a CIHR Project grant proposal? How do you “tell a good story” as everyone advises? We can’t offer a magic formula, but we can help you apply strategies that have worked for successful applicants: how to organize your proposal to cover each evaluation...