CDTRP support for your Fall research grant applications
As the community prepares to submit grant applications to the Fall CIHR project grant competition or Kidney Health Research Grant competition (or to other organizations such as Health Charities, Provincial Agencies, Foundations, etc), we want to remind our members that the CDTRP can provide both in-kind and cash resources to help strengthen grant application and hopefully increase success rates.
We will be holding an Information Webinar on Wednesday, August 7 at 12pm ET, and again on Tuesday, August 13 at 4pm ET to discuss how the CDTRP can support your grant applications and how you can request these resources. To join these webinars, click on https://cdtrp.zoom.us/j/873809767
The following is a description of the resources that the CDTRP can offer as both a cash and in-kind contribution to grant applications to support projects that are fully integrated into the structure of the national research network. There resources include:
Economic, Legal, Ethics and Social analysis to support your study (up to $10K per study)
Patient-Researcher Partnerships ($1500 per patient)
Trainee Support ($1000 per trainee)
Data Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB)
Access to Biomarker, Immune Monitoring and Artificial Intelligence expertise
CDTRP Central Management Team and Communication Resources
Small Meeting Support and Knowledge Dissemination
Development and production of FAST FACTS
For further details and to download the short application form, visit our Research Resources page or contact David Hartell or Dr. Mélanie Dieudé for more information.
The deadline for requesting these resources from the CDTRP for the upcoming CIHR Fall competition is Friday, August 23.
Good luck with your applications and we are excited to work with you.