Notices

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We are excited to announce that the new ResearchLink Human Ethics module is going live on December 7th.

As previously announced, the Ethics Office will stop accepting submissions (including change requests and annual renewals) at 4:...

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With ResearchLink, a web-based portal will provide a gateway for submission, review and approval of Human Ethics protocols. This Human Ethics database will be viewable by researchers, deans, administrators and anyone granted appropriate access rights. The new system will streamline...

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In preparation for the submission of Discovery Grant applications, NSERC will host webinars to assist the research community on “How to complete an application” using the Research Portal and the NSERC Canadian Common CV (CCV).

 

How to...

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A major theme of  the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR)'s Strategic Plan 2016-2021 is greater partnership with Ontario’s oncology community to help increase the impact of cancer research in the province. 

OICR has launched the Collaborative Research Resources directory...

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As we enter the Fall research grant season, the Office of Research Services is engaged in planning to provide a smooth and effective client service experience for UG researchers and to strive to see that the best quality of submissions possible are advanced to funding agencies.

This year...

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The CIHR Peer Review Working Group has held three two-hour teleconferences since my last update, and as our work wraps up, I wanted to provide the research community with an overview of the outcomes of our discussions. But first, I would like to join CIHR in thanking the members of the Working...

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The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) is holding a series of English and French Question and Answer webinars:

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After receiving feedback from the research community, CIHR has decided to lift the restriction that limits researchers to applying to either the Foundation Grant or Project Grant competition. In the upcoming round of the...

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Over the course of the last few years the Tri-Agencies (CIHR, NSERC and SSHRC) have undertaken the task of harmonizing their post-award policies (where possible) for award holders of research training programs. These policies will provide greater flexibility and consistency to our awardees...