Internal Funding Opportunities

Pathway Grant

To address the gap between the Temerty Faculty of Medicine’s Project Grant proposals and CIHR’s limited available funding envelope, the OVDRI has launched  a  Pathway Grant for the Fall 2020 Project Grant competition. This funding program functions as an internal CIHR bridge grant for top-rated Project Grant proposals from on-campus Temerty Faculty of Medicine applicants:

Up to 3 grants per Project competition (Spring and Fall)
$100,000 for 1 year, w/potential 1-year no-cost extension
Top 3 unfunded proposals, by percentile rank within review committee, will receive Pathway Grants

Terms & Conditions:
To be eligible for a Pathway Grant – you must be enrolled and in good standing with the Temerty Faculty of Medicine's College of Internal Scientific Reviewers at the time of the prior Project Grant competition. To be in good standing, you simply have to remain available to serve as an internal reviewer should you be selected to do so by the College for a specific grant.

Expense eligibility follows the Tri-Council policy on financial management.
 

Temerty Knowledge Translation Grant: Development of Novel Antibody Tools for COVID-19 Diagnosis or Immunotheries

We are very pleased to announce the launch of the Temerty Knowledge Translation Grant focused in the priority area of: development of novel antibody tools for COVID-19 diagnosis or immunotherapies.

These grants are designed to support our researchers in translating fundamental science towards impactful applications in collaboration with a knowledge translation partner.

Value: three thresholds of $25,000, $50,000, and $100,000 per award
Duration: 1 year, with the possibility of an additional 1-year no-cost extension
Application deadline: February 15th
Eligibility: all Temerty Medicine faculty members can apply. A KT partner (e.g. clinical collaborator, industrial partner) must also be included.

 Application form for further details and submission process.

Please note that this is the first in a series of Temerty Knowledge Translation Grants. Future calls will be open to any KT-oriented projects or focused on other emerging priority areas.