Workshops – Trainee Awards
This initiative holds numerous workshops yearly providing information on how to apply for and be successful in trainee awards (Master’s, Doctoral, and Post-Doctoral Fellowship) for CIHR and other competitions. Here, the PowerPoint PDFs as well video files of workshops are readily available for download.
Items in this Collection
- 3Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, CIHR Special Project
- 2McPhalen, Cathy - PhD, thINK Editing
- 1Babiak, Jay - Director, Research Office, Faculty of Nursing
- 1Berry, Fred - Associate Professor, Department of Surgery
- 1Chan, Ming - Professor, Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Centre for Neuroscience
- 2Postdoctoral fellowship
- 1Alberta Innovates Health Solutions
The summary notes for the AIHS Trainee Information Session are ready for download. Dr. Pam Valentine gave an overview of the trainee research awards at AIHS and how the applications are scored. A question and answer followed.
The 2013-2014 CIHR Fellowship competition was discussed in the context of preparing a successful application. The speaker, Dr. Paige Lacy, will draw from experience on the CIHR Fellowship review panel and will share insights and tips for writing the different sections of the application. As well,...
CIHR offered online information sessions to students and university staff about CIHR awards programs as well as improvements made to these. CIHR trainee funding opportunity details were discussed, tips for applicants and guidelines on how to submit an application were provided.
This 45-minute PowerPoint presentation is ready for download and will provide contextual information about CIHR (mandate, strategic plan, priorities, organizational structure), as well as specific information about all student and trainee programs, including a general description of the program,...
Babiak, Jay - Director, Research Office, Faculty of Nursing, Duggleyby, Wendy - Professor & Endowed Chair in Aging, Faculty of Nursing, Rinaldi, Christina - Associate Dean Research & Graduate Studies, Faculty of Education; CIHR Reviewer Doctoral Research Awards (Health Research), O'Rourke, Hannah - Doctoral Student, Faculty of Nursing, Vanier CIHR Recipient
Hannah O’Rourke submitted a successful CIHR Doctoral application under the mentorship of her supervisor Dr. Wendy Duggleby. In this presentation, the speakers addressed the evaluation criteria and the components of preparing a successful CIHR Doctoral Award application. Dr. Christina Rinaldi ...
The summary notes of the information session regarding applying to NSERC Banting Postdoctoral Grants program is ready for download. Dr. Jonathan Schaeffer (Professor, Computing Sciences; Vice-Provost (information Technology); NSERC Banting Review Panel Member) discussed the application process to...
This presentation provided tips for writing the Research Proposal Summary module for the CIHR Doctoral and CIHR Masters award. The presentation discussed formatting and content to make the section easy and logical for reviewers.
Fung, Anita - Graduate Student Services Advisor, Faculty of Graduate Studies & Research, Chan, Ming - Professor, Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Centre for Neuroscience, Rinaldi, Christina - Professor, Education Psychology
This presentation contains deadlines and timelines for the 2013 CIHR Master's Award. As well, strategies for and characteristics of a successful CIHR Master’s Award application were discussed. We heard from two University of Alberta researchers, Drs. Ming Chan and Christina Rinaldi, who have...
The summary notes for the small group session are available for download. This session was hosted by Dr. Cathy McPhalen (PhD, thINK Editing) and outlined how a grant application can be written clearly with the needs of the reviewer in mind. Writing clearly will allow the reviewer to see the...
The summary notes of the workshop are available for download. The session was hosted bu Dr. Cathy McPhalen (PhD, thINK Editing) and outlined strategies for writing summary pages that intrigue the reviewer and make their job easier. An example of an effective summary page for each CIHR research...