Workshops

The Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences) holds numerous workshops yearly to assist applicants in preparing their CIHR applications. The workshops provide information on all aspects of grant writing, including grantsmanship, insights into the application process, and budget development.

Current Workshops

CIHR Fall 2017 Project Grant Webinars

CIHR is holding a series of Question and Answer webinars on the Project Grant: Fall 2017 application starting on Thursday, July 20, 2017. They will provide participants with a brief overview of recent changes and an opportunity to ask questions. Register early if you would like to ensure your place.

CIHR's webinars will be conducted on the WebEx web conferencing platform. To register, click the link of the session you would like to attend. Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email that will include all information required to join the session, including a direct link to the session and the session password.
These webinars are designed to complement the Foundation learning modules which show the application process and highlight key information such as reference materials, recent changes and adjudication criteria.

CIHR's webinars will be conducted on the WebEx web conferencing platform. To register, click the link of the session you would like to attend. Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email that will include all information required to join the session, including a direct link to the session and the session password.

CIHR Webinars on Students Awards in Health

CIHR will be offering information sessions to students and university staff about CIHR award programs as well as recent improvements made to these. Information will also be provided on relevant CIHR policies, tips for applicants, and guidelines on how to submit an application and there will be opportunities to ask questions. Registration is required.

How to Develop an Awesome HQP Plan for Discovery Grant Applications

This session is presented by the Grant Assist Program (Natural Sciences & Engineering). Dr. Chuck Lucy (Professor, Department of Chemistry) will discuss what makes a great highly qualified personnel (HQP) plan and will discuss this in the context of the NSERC Discovery Grant application.
Date & Time: Tuesday, September 12 from 1-3pm
Mandatory registration here

Archived Workshops

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