Are you a new UBC researcher in the sciences or the arts or perhaps in an interdisciplinary field? If so, were you aware of the CIHR (Canadian Institutes of Health Research) Reforms Information Session being offered to you this month?
Hosted by UBC’s Health Research Coordinator and CIHR Delegate – Dr. Janice Eng, these CIHR Reforms Information Sessions are intended for the following:
- UBC researchers who would like to understand the new CIHR funding opportunities (1st competition deadline is Fall 2014);
- UBC researchers who wish to apply for CIHR grants through the new Foundation or Project Schemes;
- UBC researchers currently funded by CIHR who would like to understand their options in terms of early renewal of current Open Operating Grants, potential funding gaps and the transitional programs; and
- Research support staff and administrators.
For session dates and times or more information, visit: http://research.ubc.ca/node/1083.
Did You Know?
The Award Programs and Funding Agencies’ community items in cIRcle, UBC’s Digital Repository have been accessed over 7,300 times from all corners of the globe. One of the top items (also co-authored by Dr. Janice Eng) is, The association of depression and pain interference with disease-management self-efficacy in community-dwelling individuals with spinal cord injury. Published by the Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, this peer-reviewed article has been accessed 1,123 times. View it in cIRcle at: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/19587.
Above image is courtesy of the Office of the Vice President Research & International site