SponsorCanadian Institutes of Health Research Roadmap Accelerator Fund
This funding opportunity (FO) is one of several planned as part of the Environments and Health Signature Initiative (EHSI). It will build on the strong foundations in etiologic research as well as leverage existing cohorts and data platform enhancements that capture environmental measures and/or health outcomes, including longitudinal cohort studies, community monitoring and surveillance systems in health and other sectors (e.g. transportation, agriculture, urban planning, etc).
A nominated Principle Applicant (independent researcher); one other PA (Independent researcher) must be in a different jurisdiction (e.g. different province/territory, country); At least one knowledge user from either the government, non-governmental or industry sector must be listed as a Principal Applicant and At least two additional knowledge users from the public, private or non-governmental sector from at least 2 different sectors outside of health (e.g. transportation, agriculture) in line with the objectives of the funding opportunity (Link to objectives) must be listed as Co-Applicants – applications must include a minimum of 5 members
$400,000 per year (full application stage) – will fund approx. 18 development grants (up to $50,000) and 9 grants at full application stage
up to 5 years
In order to be considered relevant to this call, applicants must demonstrate how their proposed program of research aligns with the objectives of this call in one of the following nexus areas:
- Resource development
- Urban form
Letter of Intent: Please submit your application/proposal along with an OR5 form to email@example.com
Full Application Internal Deadline
July 6, 2016 4:30pm
If Invited, please submit your application/proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org (email address) – the OR5 form submitted with the LOI will be sufficient.
Letter of Intent
Full Application External Deadline
Wednesday, July 13, 2016, midnight, if invited.
How To Apply
Letter of Intent and Application to be submitted by Nominated PA following the instructions on ResearchNet along with any additional instructions found under “Specific Instructions”. Signatures must be uploaded for all applicants (Principal Applicant(s), co-Applicant(s), knowledge user(s) and individual(s) with signing authority from the Institution Paid for both the LOI and Full Application.
Information for Co-applicants
If you need to meet a deadline set by the lead institution for this opportunity, please ensure that you provide the Office of Research with at lead 5 days in advance of the lead institution’s deadline to review the application, or your proposed component of the project. Please be in touch with the ORS (contact information below ahead of the deadline if it looks like it will be difficult for you to submit all the required documentation on time (ie, budget, proposal, OR5 form).
For More Information
Some additional resources regarding the CIHR competition are:
CIHR's Environments & Health Signature Initiative - overview which outlines the nexus areas in more detail
For more information, please go to the sponsor website.
Date: Thu Sep 3, 2015 01:00 pm to 03:30 pm
Location: Johnston Hall, Room 104
The Office of Research Services is hosting a group viewing of the CIHR Environments and Health: Intersectoral Prevention Research: Team Grant webinar followed by a discussion group on Thursday September 3, 1:00-3:30 pm (Johnston Hall, Room 104).
The CIHR Environments and Health: Intersectoral Prevention Research: Team Grant opportunity has been identified as a competition in which the U of G might have a strategic advantage based on the nexus areas identified for the competition: agri-food, resource development and urban form. The Office of Research Services invites interested team leaders/applicants, college research managers and associate deans to explore the opportunity and how the U of G might best prepare Letters of Intent in the competition.
If you'd like to attend, please RSVP to Patti Minakis email@example.com by Wednesday August 26.