CANSSI Ontario Data Access Grants

Sponsor

The Canadian Statistical Sciences Institute​ (CANSSI) Ontario

Program

Data Access Grants

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CANSSI Ontario Data Access Grants

Description

These grants cover costs associated with accessing and working with large data sources, such as the UK Biobank, which are necessary to carry out data-intensive research and application. The purpose of these grants is to foster research by mitigating the high cost of access to many data sets.

Eligibility

Trainees or faculty members at Ontario-based universities are eligible to apply. ​Each proposal must include two faculty members from different academic units including from different departments, divisions, faculties, or affiliated research institutes.​

Eligible costs include costs associated with:

  1. accessing data
  2. storing data
  3. quality assurance of data

Maximum Project Value

Up to $5,000

Indirect Costs

0%

Deadlines

If College-level review is required, your College will communicate its earlier internal deadlines.

TypeNotes
Internal Deadline

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, until two grants have been funded in a given academic year.

Please submit a copy of your application, budget, and signed OR-5 to research.services@uoguelph.ca, a minimum of one week prior to your intended submission date. 

How to Apply

To apply for a grant, you must submit:

  1. A one-page budget, and
  2. A one- to two-page study proposal

Apply online to the CANSSI Ontario Data Access Grants here. 

For Questions, please contact

Esther Berzunza, Program Manager
CANSSI Ontario
Peter Gilgan Centre for Research & Learning
686 Bay Street, Room 12.9801
Toronto, ON | M5G 0A4

Mobile: 416-689-7271
E-mail: esther.berzunza@utoronto.ca

Office of Research

Kristin Gibson, Awards and Agreements Officer
Office of Research Services
519-824-4120 x56257
kristin5@uoguelph.ca

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