Details about National Child Health Transplant Team Grant Competition, 2016
National Child Health Transplant Team Grant Competition, 2016 is offered for Other degree in the field of Research to improve outcomes for pediatric transplant patients. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 01 Nov 2016. This scholarship is provided by The Canadian National Transplant Research Program and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, . This scholarship is open for: Open to Canadian nationals.
- Deadline: 01 Nov 2016
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding,
National Child Health Transplant Team Grant Competition, 2016 is a research competition is conducted by the Canadian National Transplant Research Program (CNTRP), the Transplant Research Foundation (TRF) of BC, Alberta Transplant Institute (ATI) and the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation (BCCHF) to improve the pediatric transplant outcomes.
- The team of applicants for National Child Health Transplant Team Grant Competition, 2016 should be researchers working at research institutes and universities in Canada.
- The team should agree to combine their study with the CNTRP structure and all the team members should become the members of CNTRP.
- One CNTRP member should be included in the team of the applicants.
- The applicant tea should sign the acceptance letter with the CNTRP .
- The research proposals eligible for National Child Health Transplant Team Grant Competition, 2016 are clinical research, patient-centred project, ethics etc.
- The research proposed by the applicants should have the primary impact on organ transplantation and secondary impact on organ donation.
- The research should be focused on the pediatric group.
- The proposals that exceed $100,000 CDN unless the funds are available from the applicants' institutions are not considered as eligible.
- The research proposals that have another source of funding or proposals used for pharmaceutical product development are not eligible.
- The proposals are assessed based on the research team's strength and collaboration, the feasibility of the research proposal, and its significance.
- The team should submit a research proposal of 5 pages and a summary of 1 page highlighting the proposal.
- The team should also submit a list of team member and the identity of the team leads.
- The team should submit an abstract for the general public and a description of how the proposal will fit into the CNTRP framework.
- A copy of CIHR Academic Common CV, details of Canadian or international researchers who can be potential reviewers and names of three people who cannot act as potential reviewers and letters of support should be submitted by the team.
What does it offer?
An amount of $100,000 CDN will be given to the successful team of which $50,000 must be given to team members in British Columbia and $25,000 should be given to team members in Alberta and should be given to team members from Canada.