CNTRP Astellas Research Innovation Grant Competition - 2017

Additional Partner Requirements

 

 

 
Additional Partner Requirements for the Astellas ATI CNTRP Research Innovation Grant Competition
 
 
 
 
 

Objectives and Scope

The Alberta Transplant Institute will provide three (3) additional grants of $30,000 CDN/each to the top ranked unfunded Alberta based researcher by the Astellas ATI CNTRP Research Innovation Grant competition over an 18-month performance period

 

Eligibility

Additional Eligibility Criteria for Alberta Applicants:

In addition to the eligibility criteria listed for the main competition, the Principle Applicant must:

  • Be an independent researcher working at a University or research institution in Alberta

  • Be a Canadian resident, and conduct the research at an Alberta institution (study subjects may be enrolled from other provinces/countries)

  • Agree to integrate their study within the CNTRP structure if funded and agree to become a participating CNTRP Researcher and ATI member

  • Agree to sign a Research Grant Acceptance Letter with the Canadian National Transplant Research Program who, in partnership with the Alberta Transplant Institute, will provide financial administration for the Astellas ATI CNTRP Research Innovation Grant

  • If successful, agree to have their application shared in confidence with ATI for internal documentation purposes 

 

Additional Conditions of the Astellas ATI CNTRP Research Innovation Grant

Research Grant Administration

Astellas ATI CNTRP Research Innovation Grant recipients will receive their funding directly from the ATI.  

 

Publications

All publications that result from a project supported by the Astellas ATI CNTRP Research Innovation Grant should carry the following acknowledgement: “This research was supported by the Astellas ATI CNTRP Research Innovation Grant funded by the Alberta Transplant Institute and jointly established with Astellas Canada Inc. and the Canadian National Transplant Research Program.”

 

Additional Grant Recipient Responsibilities for the Astellas ATI CNTRP Competition:

The following responsibilities must be assumed and carried out by the Grant recipient of the Astellas ATI CNTRP Research Innovation Grant Competition:

 

  • Become a member of the Alberta Transplant Institute (if not already a member) and comply with any of the current ATI investigator responsibilities

  • Forward a copy of abstract(s)/manuscripts(s) to the ATI upon submission to congress/journal

 

For questions about these additional requirements, please contact: 

David Hartell

Executive Director

Canadian National Transplant Research Program

davidhartell@cntrp.ca

 

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Additional Partner Requirements for the CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant Competition
 

Objectives and Scope

The Multi-Organ Transplant Program at the University Health Network (UHN) will provide one (1) additional grant of $30,000 CDN to the top ranked and unfunded UHN based researcher by the CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant competition over an 18-month performance period

 

Eligibility

Additional Eligibility Criteria for Alberta Applicants:

In addition to the eligibility criteria listed for the main competition, the Principle Applicant must:

  • Be an independent researcher that is a member of the Multi-Organ Transplant Program of the University Health Network

  • Be a Canadian resident, and conduct the research at a UHN institution (study subjects may be enrolled from other provinces/countries)

  • Agree to sign a Research Grant Acceptance Letter with the Canadian National Transplant Research Program who, in partnership with the MOT UHN, will provide financial administration for the CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant

  • If successful, agree to have their application shared in confidence with the UHN MOT for internal documentation purposes  

 

Additional Conditions of the CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant

Research Grant Administration

CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant recipients will receive their funding directly from the UHN.  

 

Publications

All publications that result from a project supported by the CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant should carry the following acknowledgement: “This research was supported by the CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant funded by the Multi-Organ Transplant Program at the University Health Network and jointly established with the Canadian National Transplant Research Program.”

 

 

Additional Grant Recipient Responsibilities for the CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant Competition:

The following responsibilities must be assumed and carried out by the Grant recipient of the CNTRP UHN Research Innovation Grant Competition:

 

  • Forward a copy of abstract(s)/manuscripts(s) to the MOT UHN upon submission to congress/journal

 

For questions about these additional requirements, please contact: 

David Hartell

Executive Director

Canadian National Transplant Research Program

davidhartell@cntrp.ca

 

 

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