Funding Opportunities

Title Internal Deadline External Deadline Posted
2014 Large Scale Applied Research Project Competition: Genomics and Feeding the Future *amended July 31, 2014

*Deadlines amended July 31, 2014

7 years 1 month ago
‘Next Gen’ Career Development Canine Research Fellowships

Goal is to promote research (acquisition of new knowledge or development of new conceptual approaches) that will improve the status and welfare of dogs in society and encourage investigators to consider this an area of emphasis in their academic careers.

6 years 10 months ago
CCSRI – Knowledge to Action Grants 2015

This Knowledge to Action Grant has been created to encourage ideas that will close the gap between what is known from research and what is done with that knowledge. These grants are intended to provide funding for research projects that build on existing cancer research findings and aim to improve outcomes and experiences through knowledge translation (KT).

6 years 10 months ago
CIHR – Operating Grant: Industry-Partnered Collaborative Research

The Industry-Partnered Collaborative Research Operating Grant program provides funding for collaborative research projects involving the academic community and Canadian industry partners sharing an interest in health R&D. The research planned should be beneficial to both parties, while improving the quality of health of Canadians. Projects may be initiated by either party; however, the academic researcher is responsible for applying for the grant.

6 years 9 months ago
CIHR – Operating Grant (Transitional) 2015

The Transitional Operating Grant: 2014-2015 competition is being run in parallel with the Foundation Scheme: 2014 1st Live Pilot competition in order to facilitate the transition within CIHR’s open funding schemes. The specific objectives of this funding opportunity are:

6 years 10 months ago
2016 Centres of Excellence for Commercialization and Research (CECR) program competition

The 2016 CECR competition is seeking to fund new centres that can build on Canada’s Research and Development (R&D) landscape by enabling the commercialization of research by matching clusters of academic research expertise with the needs of business, health practitioners and other end users. The emphasis of the CECR program is on commercialization, including new technologies, and goods and services. Centres seeking funding must be able to demonstrate a robust business plan and a feasible plan for sustainability.

6 years 7 months ago
Mitacs Globalink Research Award – Inria Research Centre in France

The Globalink Research Award – Inria provides an opportunity for faculty at Canadian universities to strengthen existing international research collaborations and connect with colleagues at Inria at research centres in France through mobility of graduate students. Mitacs has partnered with Inria, a French research institution for computer science and applied mathematics, to support the two way mobility of students between Canadian universities and Inria Research Centres in France.

6 years 8 months ago
2015 SSHRC Community and College Social Innovation Fund

Proposals to the Community and College Social Innovation Fund (CCSIF) are expected to:

6 years 8 months ago
Sustainable Prosperity Research Network - 2015 -2016 Request for Proposals

Sustainable Prosperity Research and Policy Network invites proposals for research projects on green economy transitions, particularly the use of market-based instruments for improved economic and environmental performance in Canada, and a more prosperous and sustainable Canadian economy. Proposals are invited in four research areas, as well as knowledge dissemination: Low Carbon Economy; Environmental Markets; Economy-Wide Issues; Market Tools for Sustainable Communities; SP Network Development Grants. See link below for priorities on these areas.

6 years 7 months ago
Environment Canada Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network (EEPRN) – Request for Proposals 2015-16

The Economics and Environmental Policy research Network (EEPRN), hosted by University of Ottawa, brings together leading researchers from across the country to study and develop innovative policies for protecting Canada’s environment while simultaneously building a stronger economic future. This project is undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Federal Department of the Environment. The Network mobilizes over 84 scholars from Canadian universities as well as internationally.

6 years 7 months ago