Congratulations to the CNTRP Researchers who recently received CIHR Foundation and Project Grants
The results for the 2016 CIHR Foundation Grant competition and the new 2016 CIHR Project Grant competition were recently announced and we congratulate the following CNTRP members for their success in these competitions (which only had a 13% success rate):
CIHR FOUNDATION GRANT RECIPIENTS
Dr. Amit Garg - Living Kidney Donation: Improving Safety, Access, and OutcomesLiving Kidney Donation: Improving Safety, Access, and Outcomes (P2)
Dr. Claude Perreault - Thymus biology and the molecular definition of the immune self (P3)
Dr. Brenda Hemmelgarn - Transforming chronic kidney disease care: A personalized, patient-centered approach (Core 2)
Dr. Patrick MacDonald - The pancreatic islet in human health and diabetes (P4)
Dr. David Wishart - New Resources for Chemical Genomics and Metabolomics in Biomedicine (Core 2)
CIHR PROJECT GRANT RECIPIENTS
Dr. Michaël Chassé - Computed tomography perfusion for neurological death determination: a prospective Canadian multicenter diagnostic test study (P2)
Dr. Marie-Josée Hébert - The molecular heritage of vascular injury: Roles in rejection and renal failure (P3)
Dr. Julie Ho - A randomized controlled effectiveness trial of urine CXCL10 chemokine monitoring post-renal transplant (P3)
Dr. Sunita Mathur - Evaluation of Sarcopenia in Solid Organ Transplantation (P7)
We would also like to congratulate CNTRP Researchers Drs. Alice Mui, Jean-François Cailhier and Jean-Claude Tardif on receiving CIHR Bridge Grants for their CIHR Project Grant applications.
For CNTRP Researchers interested in applying for the next 2017 CIHR Foundation and Project Scheme Grant application (due in the fall 2016), we encourage you to work with the CNTRP New Initiatives Committee to discuss getting a letter from the CNTRP and seeing how we can help support your research program. Please contact David Hartell soon for more information.