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Number of Project Applications Submitted by Competition (2016-2018)
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) held a series of Question & Answer webinars on the Project Grant: Fall 2016 application starting the end of September 2016. These PowerPoint for these webinars may be viewed here.
Dr. Gary Lopaschuk (Member; Diabetes, Obesity, Lipid & Lipoprotein Disorders) will share his thoughts on preparing the response to reviewers section and key issues to consider for submissions.
Response to Reviewers Section & Key Issues to Consider with Project Application Resubmissions with Dr. Gary Lopaschuk.
This document is an extensive checklist for the research module of a CIHR Project grant application. The checklist is designed to be used by anyone reviewing a grant application before it is submitted to a funding competition. Intended users are (of course) applicants themselves, colleagues of an...
Dr. Neesh Pannu and Dr. Richard Lehner will share their suggestions for completing the Most Significant Contributions section, both from their experience as funded applicants and as CIHR reviewers. Kathleen Ismond will also speak from her extensive experience as a grant writer/editor.