Applications for the 2024-2025 fellowship close in one month (March 15). Interested applicants are encouraged to reach out to potential mentor pairings. Additional information on how to apply and eligibility criteria is available on the CANSTAT website: https://can-stat.ca/
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The Student Work Placement Program addresses labour market shortages and helps build a more resilient and empowered workforce for the future. Continued funding for this program across many sectors is critical for the Canadian economy. Read more about the importance of this program in the Hill Times op-ed, The Student Work Placement Program is an investment in the future prosperity of Canada. https://bit.ly/3vUME0R
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Disruptive Innovation Grants in Cancer Research FREE Jan 25 2024, 12-1pm EST.
The Lotte and John Hecht Memorial Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society are excited to announce the upcoming launch of a new funding opportunity entitled “ Disruptive Innovation Grants in Cancer Research”. The initiative calls for those projects that have very limited opportunities to be funded through traditional mechanisms. We will consider high risk projects with minimal or no preliminary data that, if successful, are likely to have a significant impact on cancer. Originality will be a key driver of success and will exclude projects that are incremental progression of existing studies. Up to 16 projects will be funded at $250,000 per project over two years. Specific details will be available in January 2024.
The Canadian Association of Research Ethics Board’s (CAREB-ACCER) 2024 Annual Conference theme is “The Future of Research Ethics: Navigating the Changing Landscape”. Occurring April 30, 2024 – May 2, 2024 the 2024 conference will focus on a number of new and emerging topics of importance and relevance in the research and research ethics ecosystem, including Keynote sessions on Artificial Intelligence, Research Security and Clinical Trial Design as well as a Panel discussion focusing on Hot Topics in Research Ethics. This conference will include presentations and workshops focused on data ownership, management and governance, clinical trial design, broad consent, artificial intelligence and multi-jurisdictional research among other topics and is aimed to equip attendees with knowledge, tools, capabilities and foundations in ethical considerations in the context of new and emerging topics of importance and relevance.
Individuals from N2 Member Institutions can register at a discounted rate of $190.00 CAD + tax (only applicable to non-CAREB-ACCER members, CAREB-ACCER members will receive the CAREB-ACCER member discount pricing). To take advantage of this discounted pricing on the registration page: (1) select “member of N2 Member Institution” and, (2) use your institutional email address to register.