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Conference Support Funding
The RRC has established this funding opportunity in an effort to encourage translational research events by providing funding to active RRC members interested in developing and coordinating knowledge translation activities. Applicants must be current RRC members in good standing and hold a leadership position with the conference.
Application Deadline: open intake
Team Building Grant
This funding opportunity aims to encourage collaborative research by funding inter-disciplinary teams conducting human health and translational research projects. Applicants must be current RRC members in good standing. The RRC has made $50,000 available for this competition. Each team may request up to $50,000.
Review competition guidelines for more details. Applications are also available to those interested in applying. CV template (for use by collaborators and co-applicants who are members of the community--see guidelines and/or application for more information)Registration Deadline: October 2, 2023
Application Deadline: January 5, 2024
CIHR Institute of Circulatory and Respiratory Health:
Current upcoming opportunities associated with the CIHR Institute of Circulatory and Respiratory Health:
2023-24 Solutions Program Innovation + Impact Grants
SHRF's Solutions Program supports interdisciplinary teams of researchers working hand-in-hand with knowledge-users to address timely health needs in Saskatchewan and to promote sustainable impact through two funding opportunities – Innovation and Impact Grants. One of this year's focus areas includes Lung Health.
Please refer to the SHRF website for more details including each award’s value, guidelines, and forms.Information Webinar: July 20, 2023
Eligibility deadline: September 28, 2023
Application deadline for all applications: November 16, 2023
Mitacs Accelerate Fellowship - Applications are accepted at any time
"The Mitacs Accelerate Fellowship provides long-term funding for a significant part of graduate degree programs:
Master’s students can complete an 18-month project (minimum $30,000 stipend)
PhD students can complete a three-year project (minimum $72,000 stipend)
Along with their research experience with an industry or not-for-profit partner, participating students receive training that helps them ensure the success of their projects and further their careers.
Fellowships can form new Accelerate projects or be added to existing ones, and applications are accepted any time. Regular Accelerate grants for larger or smaller projects with any number of interns or industry partners are available as usual."