1 CIHR Funding Opportunities for Trainees Carleton University Denise Aubin and Christine Sincennes Team Leads, Program Delivery Research Capacity Development September 23, 2009
2 Today I will talk about What is CIHR? What s New at CIHR? CIHR Funding Opportunities for Trainees Application Process and Tips for Award Applicants Peer Review Process for Awards Program Statistics
3 What is CIHR?
4 CIHR Mandate To excel, according to internationally accepted standards of scientific excellence, in the creation of new knowledge and its translation into improved health for Canadians, more effective health services and products and a strengthened Canadian health care system CIHR is: Government of Canada s health research funding agency Supporting the work of 1,000 s of researchers and trainees in universities, teaching hospitals, and research institutes across Canada Developing high-quality people, excellent science and training the next generation of health researchers Funding research that improves Canadians health, health care system and quality of life Fostering commercialization, moving research discoveries from academic setting to the marketplace
5 CIHR s 13 Virtual Institutes CIHR s 13 Institutes have become a meeting ground for Canada s health research community Each Institute -- with its partners -- has developed a strategic plan to guide its research initiatives These plans build on existing knowledge, fill research gaps, and help to fully realize Canadians investment in health research by maximizing cooperation and minimizing duplication Population and Public Health Gender and Health Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis Aboriginal Peoples Health Health Services and Policy Research Genetics Infection and Immunity Cancer Research Neurosciences, Mental Health and Addiction Aging Circulatory and Respiratory Health Human Development, Child and Youth Health
6 CIHR s Research Themes CIHR s funds a broad spectrum of health research, categorized into four themes: Biomedical Research Clinical Research Health Systems and Services Population and Public Health (including the social, cultural, environmental and ethical dimensions of health)
7 Research Capacity Development Supporting the Brightest Minds Training Students and Postdoctoral Fellows Individual Trainee Awards, e.g., master s, doctoral, postdoctoral Training Grants (STIHR) Partial or complete support from CIHR research grants Salary Support for Independent Investigators New Investigators Chairs Support for Collaborative Team Research Team Grants Emerging Team Grants
8 What is new at CIHR?
9 CIHR s Proposed Strategic Directions and alignment with S&T Strategy Four strategic directions to address health challenges: S&T Strategy Principles 1. Invest in World-Class Excellence Promoting world-class excellence 2. Set Health and Health System Research Priorities 3. Accelerate the Capture of Health and Economic Benefits of Health Research 4. Achieve Organizational Excellence, Foster a Culture of Ethics and Demonstrate Impact Focusing on priorities Encouraging partnerships Enhancing accountability
10 Application Completeness Biggest Change Made Last Year affecting Research Community Application Completeness Announced in May 2008: As per our existing policy, CIHR does not accept applications that are incomplete. This policy will be adhered to by all CIHR staff to ensure fairness and transparency. The applicant is responsible for ensuring the application is complete and all signatures are obtained. How did it go? Highlighted loopholes in instructions Exceptions granted for all consistently More clarity regarding signatures required Dependence of researchers on research Institution s application review
11 Impact of Application Completeness on Withdrawal Rate Fall 2008 Competitions: CIHR held 62 competitions from September 1- October 30, 2008 Of the 4525 applications received 233 were withdrawn because they were not complete, representing 5%. 72 (1.6%) for missing signatures 17 (0.4%) for draft CVs 143 (3.1%) for other missing components (e.g. no budget, no transcripts, no letters of support) Some were withdrawn for multiple reasons Reminder: Applicant is responsible for verifying application is complete (as stated in Meaning of Signatures for Applicants)
12 Budget 2009 & CIHR» $35 million over three years, for the expansion of the Canada Graduate Scholarships program These funds will provide for an additional 200 doctoral scholarships, valued at $35,000 each per year for three years, and an additional 800 master s scholarships, valued at $17,500 each for one year, over the next two fiscal years.
13 CIHR Funding Opportunities Database
14 Funding Opportunities in General June and December The next announcement of funding opportunities is scheduled for December
15 Funding Opportunities in General CIHR Funding Opportunities database This database: provides a complete listing of current and archived opportunities is searchable can be viewed by Institute, program type, or target applicant
17 Option 1 - Search for an opportunity
18 Option 2 - View the complete list of opportunities
19 Option 3 - View by program type/institute/target applicant
20 Training Award Programs
21 Health Professional Student Research Awards This program funds health professional students enrolled in an undergraduate program leading to Canadian licensure. Students enrolled in a program requiring a graduate degree for Canadian licensure are also eligible. Funding is offered through a voucher process Allocations are provided to the VP Research Office and are based on the number of health professional degree programs at the university Applications are forwarded to CIHR by the nominating university Stipend : $4,251 or $5,961 (depending on degree type) Term: 13 weeks
22 MD/PhD Program Grants This program funds students enrolled at a Canadian university in a combined MD/PhD program. Funding is allocated to the MD/PhD program director at the Canadian university Applications are forwarded to CIHR by the nominating university Stipend: $21,000 Research Allowance: $1,000 Term: up to 6 years Deadline for nominations: November 1 To note: A review of the quota formula used for the distribution of the funding of this program will take place during the next months.
23 Summer Program in Japan The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) provides graduate students in health research with an eight-week research experience in Japan, an introduction to the science and science policy infrastructure in Japan, and an orientation to the culture and language. CIHR is one of the nominating Canadian authorities for this program. The first week of the program will be dedicated to an orientation session, including an introduction to the language, culture and research systems of the host country, as well as activities. The following seven weeks (approximately) will be spent working on research activities at the host institution. Stipend: $3,000 Term: 8 weeks CIHR Application Deadline: November 1
24 Master s Awards This program funds Master s students at Canadian universities Application quotas are provided to each AUCC member university Applications are forwarded to CIHR by the nominating university Direct applications accepted only from students who are not registered at a Canadian university in the Fall semester prior to the CIHR deadline CIHR Application Deadline for all applications: February 1 Stipend: $17,500 Term: 1 year Progress! This year, the program is managed using an electronic nomination process. Transcripts and signature forms must however, still be submitted directly to CIHR.
25 Vanier Program Funding is available for Canadian citizens, permanent residents of Canada, and international doctoral students, nominated by the Canadian University where they will pursue doctoral studies. Tri-Agency program supporting students who achieved outstanding success in their studies and who will pursue a doctoral program in a Canadian University. Separate competition timeline for the Vanier awards from the CGS and other tri-agency scholarships No automatic CGS award for unsuccessful Vanier nominees Stipend: $50,000 Term: 24 or 36 months Application Deadline : CIHR Application Deadline for all applications is November 6
26 Vanier Program Target : 500 active Vanier scholarships (167 scholarships for the 2009 competition, divided equally among the three agencies) Application Process: Through ResearchNet (now available), students are able to create and sign into an account to complete their application and send it to the university of their choice Review Process: Each agencies Interdisciplinary Selection Committee recommends to the Vanier Selection Board the top 70 most meritorious candidates (total of 210 candidates between all 3 agencies) Criteria: Academic excellence (1/3) Research potential (1/3) Leadership ability (1/3) for ex: personal achievement, Involvement in academic life, volunteerism/community outreach, etc.
27 Doctoral Awards Funding is available for Doctoral students in Canada and abroad Two programs of funding (not including the Vanier) Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships Doctoral Awards (CGSDA) CIHR Doctoral Research Awards (CIHR DRA) To note: All doctoral students who want to be considered for a Vanier AND a CIHR CGS award, must submit an application for each competition.
28 Doctoral Awards Funding is available for Students who are pursuing a PhD degree in a health-related field in Canada or abroad. The top ranked Doctoral Research Award (DRA) applicants pursuing doctoral research training at a Canadian institution are automatically considered for a Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) Doctoral Research Award. Open to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Stipend: up to $26,000 (DRA) and $30,000 (CGS) Research Allowance: $1,000 (DRA) and $5,000 (CGS) Term: up to 3 years Application Deadline: October 15
29 Doctoral Awards Program Deadline Application process Eligibility Criteria Value / Duration Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships November 6 Pre-selection at the universities Canadian students, permanent residents and foreigners who have a remarkable school records and who are proposing to complete their studies in a Canadian university $ / year / 3 years Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships Doctoral Awards October 15 Directly to CIHR Canadian students or permanent residents who are proposing to complete their doctoral studies in a Canadian university $ / year / 3 years CIHR Doctoral Research Awards October 15 Directly to CIHR Canadian students or permanent residents who are proposing to complete their doctoral studies in a university out of Canada $ / year / 3 years
30 Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement This program funds existing Canadian CGS Master s or Doctoral Award recipients that would like to pursue a short research period outside of Canada. In future years, Vanier CGS recipients will also be eligible. Supplement: up to $6,000 Term: usually four to six months CIHR deadline for applications is October 10 and June 10 To note: This program is presently `under used' at CIHR! Why not increase the `marketing' of the program to increase the rate of applications?
31 Fellowship Awards This program funds trainees with PhD and/or health professional degree(s) that are proposing research training in Canada or abroad Stipend per annum: $40,000 to $55,000; depending on the background of the awardee and where the award is held Research Allowance per annum: $5,000 Term: up to five years; depending on the intended use of the award Application Deadlines: October 1 st and February 1 st
32 New Investigators This program funds researchers who have held a full time research appointment for a period of no more than 60 months as of the September competition deadline Salary per annum: $60,000 Research Allowance per annum: up to $50,000 Term: up to five years Application Deadline: September 15
33 Priority Announcements Offer additional sources of funding for highly rated applications that are relevant to specific CIHR research priority areas Candidates may request that their application to a core program be considered for up to three priority announcement research areas in each competition For the competition cycle, there will be Priority Announcements for the Master s Award, Doctoral Research Award, Fellowship and New Investigator programs.
34 Strategic Training Initiative in Health Research (STIHR) A CIHR Training Program Grant is awarded to a group of excellent mentors/educators, accomplished in health research, who work collaboratively to offer a research training program of defined format and content to a group of trainees. Potential trainees apply directly to successful Training Programs for program admission and for stipend support. These competitive training opportunities are advertised nationally and internationally. 54 training programs are presently funded by CIHR and their partners. An investment of approximately 27 million dollars in the current year and a total de 100 million dollars over 6 years
35 The Application Process
36 CIHR Application Modules Award programs are in the process of transitioning to an automated application process through the use of ResearchNet All programs will be using ResearchNet for electronic submission starting in December 2009 Until then some funding opportunities will continue to require the use of CIHR Webforms with a paper copy submission Review the How to Apply section of the Funding Opportunity to which you are applying
37 CIHR CV Module (Common CV) The CV Module is used for almost all of CIHR grants and awards programs Access the Common CV Website ( via the Webforms login or via the ResearchNet website ( You should take advantage of this space to demonstrate your academic background, research training and achievements, awards held, acknowledgements, publications, previous funding and leadership in your field.
38 Training Module The main focus of this form is your training expectations and proposed training program. You should take advantage of this space to demonstrate innovation, originality, the feasibility of your project, the viability of proposed experiments and methods, and plans for the dissemination of research findings. You will also be required to comment on your access to space, funds and infrastructure, your time and availability for research and your planned collaborative arrangements with other researchers/institutions. Ensure that the content is well written and focused, indicates the potential to improve the understanding and the potential for impact within and beyond the academic community.
39 CIHR Sponsor s Assessments If applying to a program using electronic submission via ResearchNet, you will be required to identify sponsors and an will be sent to them through ResearchNet with forms attached. Accessible via the List of Forms and Guidelines for Completion section of the CIHR Website or directly on ResearchNet for the programs that have electronic submission. Sponsor should provide specific examples of the candidate s behaviour with respect to each characteristic.
40 Things to consider when applying
41 Tips for Applicants follow instructions exactly adhere to format guidelines (e.g., font, page limits) applications MUST be completed using the media specified in the funding opportunity use the full page allowances start at least two months before the deadline
42 Tips for Applicants Applicants are encouraged to work on the research proposal in collaboration with their supervisor/mentor proofread their application show the complete application to their supervisor/mentor, peers and other researchers for feedback Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted: If you are submitting through ResearchNet, all tasks must be listed as complete in order to be allowed to submit the application successfully Do not wait until the last minute to submit your application!
43 Tips for Applicants Common issues with award applications: Missing CIHR CV Module: most training award applications require the CIHR CV Module for the candidate and the proposed supervisor(s) Official transcripts are required certified copies will not be accepted Completed Sponsor s Assessments must be sent to CIHR prior to the application deadline Ensure all components of the application are complete and included when the application is submitted incomplete applications are withdrawn from the competition!
44 Useful Links Current funding opportunities: Apply for Funding: CIHR funding policy (incl. the Grants & Awards Guide): CIHR Funding Database of funded research: Peer review related information: Peer review committees and mandates:
45 Peer Review for Award Programs
46 Peer Review for Award Programs Each CIHR award program has a set of peer review committees that are created specifically to review applications for that program: 2 Master s Awards committees 2 Doctoral Research Award (DRA) committees 5 Fellowships committees Each set of peer review committees is grouped into committees that review specific themes; generally themes 1 and 2 or 3 and 4, however, there are a few committees that review applications from all themes, i.e., 1 through 4. Committees for the Master s Awards, Doctoral Research Awards and Fellowships use a virtual review process. Reviews are done off-site and submitted to CIHR via ResearchNet.
47 Review Criteria for Award Programs The following general criteria are used for evaluating applications for Master s Awards, Doctoral Research Awards, Fellowships: Achievements and Activities of the Candidate Characteristics and Abilities of the Candidate Research Training Environment
48 Program Statistics
49 Master s Awards Open and Strategic Competitions High success rate is due to the pre-selection process completed at the universities % 100% Number of Applications % 27.6% % 38.5% % 55.5% % % % 70.9% % % 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% Success Rate % Applications Reviewed in Open Comp. Open and Strategic Applications Approved Success Rate of Open and Strategic Comp. Competition Year Applications Approved in Open Comp. Success Rate of Open Comp.
50 Doctoral Research Awards Open and Strategic Competitions % STIHR began 45.0% CGS began Additional CGS % 43.4% 50% Number of Applications % % % % 22.9% 21.6% % 21.0% 30.4% 22.9% % 31.1% % 31.3% % 30% Success Rates % 0 10% Competition Year Applications Reviewed in Open Comp. Applications Approved in Open Comp. Open and Strategic Success Rate of Open Comp.
51 Fellowships Open and Strategic Competitions Number of Applications % 27.2% STIHR began % % 24.2% 24.1% 22.8% 21.2% 20.5% 21.5% 20.0% 17.4% 17.7% 16.6% 15.7% 13.4% 12.2% 11.8% Competition Year Applications Reviewed in Open Comp. Applications Approved in Open Comp. Open and Strategic Applications Approved Success Rate of Open Comp. Sucess Rate of Open and Strategic Comp. 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% Success Rates
52 Contact the Research Capacity Development Branch with your questions
53 Research Capacity Development Contacts Program Doctoral Research Awards and CGS Doctoral Awards Fellowships Health Professional Student Research Awards JSPS Summer Program in Japan Master s Awards MD/PhD Grant Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement New Investigators STIHR Vanier CGS
54 If you have questions or comments, please contact ResearchNet Support (613)
55 QUESTIONS? Alain Canuel & Josée Lacroix Deputy Director, Program Delivery Team Lead, Program Delivery Research Capacity Development &
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