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Dean of Medicine Collaborative Clinical and non-Clinical Research Grant
 

The Faculty of Medicine is pleased to announce the launch of the 2022 Dean of Medicine Collaborative Clinical and non-Clinical Research Grant as described below. The application deadline for the competition will be: October 14th, 2022
 
Purpose of the Fund
The primary purpose of this research fund is foster the development of collaborative clinical and non-clinical research projects in the Faculty of Medicine.  It is to support one $30,000 operating grant to be awarded to a research team consisting of at least one clinical, and one non-clinical FoM faculty members for a multi-disciplinary research project.

Application Details
 
Eligibility
Nominated Principal Investigator (NPI) and Co-PI must be full or part-time faculty members within the Faculty of Medicine (includes jointly appointed faculty, but not cross appointed faculty).  Unspent funds will be returned to the Collaborative Research Fund if the NPI is no longer a full- or part-time member of the Faculty of Medicine (unless responsibilities are transferred to a Co-PI who is a faculty member in the Faculty of Medicine).
 
Additionally, applicants are not able to apply to the Dean of Medicine Collaborative Clinical and non-Clinical Research Grant as well as the MRF Fall 2022 competition with the same application.
 
Application Content
 
To be considered for this fund, applicants must provide the following which should be compiled as a single PDF file:
  • Cover Page. 
  • Checklist of all application components.
  • Investigator Information.
  • One-page Summary of Research Proposal. 
  • Budget Summary.
  • Review information.
 
The 6 page application makes use of the MRF Application Form. Please note that for this competition, unlike the MRF, both the Nominated PI and the Co-PI are required to have a CIHR formatted CCV.

Application Guidelines
Please review the competition guidelines for complete application instructions and submission details.
 
Application Deadline: October 14th, 2022

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2020 Competition

The Faculty of Medicine is pleased to announce that the successful recipient of the inaugural Dean of Medicine Collaborative Clinical and non-Clinical Research grant is Dr. Craig Moore (NPI). Drs. Craig Moore, Fraser Clift, and Mark Stefanelli were awarded $30,000 for their application entitled "Evaluating, Monitoring, and Phenotyping Immune Cell Subsets in Cerebrospinal Fluid of Multiple Sclerosis Patients" and we wish them every success with this endeavour.