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- 38Mukherjee, Ayantika
- 29Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences)
- 24Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, CIHR Special Project
- 21B. Stelmach
Compared with other academic writing, the research grant proposal involves a high degree of marketisation with an attempt to sell the proposed research as well as the researcher. Instead of a general audience, it addresses two different groups of readers: peer reviewers who are highly informed...
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,...
The PowerPoint session \"Compliance with Funding Agency Mandates for Open Access to Research Data\" is available for download. This session reviewed options, opportunities, and challenges for researchers who are required by funding agencies, such as the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, to...
The PowerPoint PDF of the session may be downloaded. Dr. Danika Goosney (Director, Program Planning and Process, CIHR) identified important considerations when applying to CIHR compared to SSHRC.
Rowe, Brian - Professor & Research Director, Emergency Medicine, Klarenbach, Scott - Assistant Professor, Department of Nephrology, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, Michalak, Marek - Professor, Biochemistry; Vice-Dean (Research), Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Rosychuk, Rhonda - Associate Professor & Director Biostatistics, Pediatrics
The PowerPoint PDF of this session is ready for download. The panelists discussed the importance and nuances of committee selection and key elements of funded CIHR OOGP applications. Key factors such as inclusion of statistics, data management, and health economics evaluations were addressed and...
The PowerPoint presentation is available for download. Dr. Marilyn Desrosiers (CIHR Deputy Director, Targeted Initiatives Branch) described CIHR’s Catalyst Grant Program including how and when to find funding opportunities. A comparison between the differences in strategies and keys for success...
Colmers, William - Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Rowe, Brian - Professor & Research Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Eurich, Dean - Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences, Raine, Kim - Professor, Professor, Center for Health Promotion Studies
This resource provides insights from Drs. William Colmers, Brian Rowe, Dean Eurich and Kim Raine into the preparation of a successful grant application summary page across the 4 Themes/Pillars of CIHR. A carefully prepared and clearly organized application prejudices the reviewer in your favor....
Outlined in this document is a summary of the common errors found in the grants submitted to the September 2010 CIHR Open Operating Grant Program (OOGP) competition by the University of Alberta with a primary designation of Theme/Pillar 2 Clinical. This includes 12 submissions including those by...
This document provides a set of guidelines and suggestions for structuring the Research Proposal module of a CIHR Open Operating Grant Program application. Ideas and tips from experienced investigators and CIHR review panel members are incorporated, to assist in preparing a Research Proposal...
Literacy Learning in Playful Spaces: Using Multimodal Strategies to Develop Narrative with Young LearnersDownload
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2011: The initial two-year phase of the project is primarily interested in examining the possibilities for using touch screen (ipad) technologies with young learners when they are used as a means to facilitate the creation, modification and use of children’s own multimodal...