POGO offers annual Seed Funding Grants of up to $15,000 to facilitate or support feasibility studies, the development of preliminary data to enable applications to other granting agencies, or self-contained studies.
The deadline for registration is December 9, 2019 by 5:00pm. Interested applicants should fill out the registration form by the deadline expressing their interest to submit a full application. Applicants must provide the following information in the registration form:
- Project title
- Name and institution of the primary investigator
- Name of all co-investigators
- A 250 word lay summary of the proposed project
The full application form will be sent to applicants once they have registered their intent to apply. The deadline for submitting the full application is January 24, 2020 by 5:00pm EST. Please note that applications must be received by the deadline.
Since 2007, The Weston Family Awards in Northern Research (previously The W. Garfield Weston Awards in Northern Research) have provided unparalleled support to young scientists in Canada pursuing research in Canada’s North. Funded by The W. Garfield Weston Foundation, these annual awards are some of the most prestigious in the country for students pursuing a master’s degree, PhD or postdoctoral fellowship. Over 270 early-career researchers have been selected to receive an award since the program’s inception, forming a community of Weston Family Northern Scientists who are at the forefront of northern scholarship and who are helping shape a better future for Canada and the world.
Weston Family Award winners undertake research projects across a broad spectrum of fields and disciplines in the natural sciences, including studies of northern ecosystems, biodiversity, flora and fauna, meteorology, oceanography, glaciology, geography and environmental studies.
The Fathom Fund was developed for researchers from across Canada who are motivated, energetic, and interested in connecting themselves and their work to communities.
We are looking for researchers who share our vision for a new way to fund interesting and exciting marine research in Canada. We encourage applications for marine research projects from a wide range of researchers: new academics building their experience, non-traditional researchers with community support, students with innovative ideas, and organizations with academic partners. While every Fathom Fund project must have an academic partner, we believe that great science can go beyond a university lab.
Director General Military Personnel Research and Analysis (DGMPRA) requires a literature review of academic and applied research on the experiences of persons with disabilities (PwD) in the workplace, and of service personnel in military and para-military organizational contexts in particular. This literature review is intended to be used in the development of subsequent social scientific research.
A limited number of Travel Awards to PhD, MD, or MD/PhD students, and post-doctoral/medical/clinical fellows are available. The purpose of this program is to defray the travel costs associated with making a scientific presentation as a first author or presenter at a conference, symposium or other appropriate professional meeting.
We are pleased to announce a new CIMVHR research opportunity (https://cimvhr.ca/cimvhr-funding-opportunities/). We are seeking a researcher or research team from our member universities to conduct the following research project:
“Task 50 - Literature Review on “Military to Civilian Transition: The Importance of GBA+ for the Canadian Armed Forces.”
We would ask that you kindly distribute this notice to let your researchers know about this opportunity.
NEW: All proposals must be submitted through the online call for proposal portal (https://funding.cimvhr.ca/login) and contain the required information as noted on the Request for Proposal document. Proposals received outside of the portal or that do not contain the necessary required information will not be considered.
For further information, please contact the following individual(s).
Projects & Contracts Specialist
Tel: 613-533-6000 ext. 79098 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contracts and Publications Coordinator
Tel: 613-533-6000 x 74756 E: email@example.com
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is pleased to announce the call for proposals as part of the 2019-2020 Road Safety Research Partnership Program (RSRPP). This program funds researchers in the broader public sector to conduct cutting-edge, road safety research that supports Ontario’s efforts to improve road safety.
For the 2019-2020 competition, proposals must involve one of the following five key priority areas: 1) distracted driving; 2) driver education, training, and evaluation; 3) impaired driving; 4) automated/connected vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems; or 5) vulnerable road users. The MTO will be funding up to 5 projects, each with a maximum value of $70,000 or $100,000 depending on the priority area addressed (see Proposal Guidelines below). All relevant documents for this funding opportunity can be downloaded using the links below, including additional information on the priority areas and detailed instructions on the application process.
We are now accepting submissions and invite you to apply. The deadline for the submission of proposals is December 4, 2019, 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.
We encourage you to distribute this email and its contents to all of your eligible colleagues for consideration. Please direct applications and inquiries to RoadSafetyResearch.PartnershipProgram@ontario.ca.
|For information on how to apply, including the application form and guidelines, please contact Andrew Hacquoil, Research Grants Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org|