SponsorThe CIHR Institute of Aging, the CIHR Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction, and the CIHR Institute of Aboriginal Peoples’ Health, as part of the CIHR Dementia Research Strategy.
For More Information
For more information, please go to the CIHR website.
This funding opportunity intends to provide support for dementia care research that uses community-based participatory methods with rural and/or urban Indigenous populations. Funding will also work to iteratively build capacity among Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars and students in the area of dementia research.
Nominated Principal Applicant must be an independent researcher at a CIHR eligible institution at the time of application;
•At least one principal applicant or co-applicant must be a current CCNA researcher to ensure synergy with the CCNA. The list of current CCNA members can be downloaded from CCNA website; (Updated: 2016-05-31)
•The research team must include at least one knowledge user who self-identifies as either First Nations, Inuit or Métis or provide evidence of Indigenous-lived experience*. Regardless of Indigenous identity, such knowledge user(s) must state how their Indigenous lived experience will benefit the research study, and;
•The research team must include a minimum of two (2) Indigenous scholars and/or Indigenous students.
Up to five years.
Release time allowance may be requested to facilitate the participation of a knowledge user in the proposed research program. The eligible cost is limited to $20,000 per annum per individual per grant.
If College-level review is required, your College will communicate its earlier internal deadlines.
How to Apply
PI to submit a full application on-line using ResearchNet. Scan and upload the signed signature pages including the routing slip in the Print/Upload Signature Pages task in ResearchNet prior to submitting your application.