Research is one of the core missions of the Department of Surgery and in this spirit the Department has provided financial support to its members to further this mission.
These awards are available annually and are intended for surgical research in which the principal investigator is a full-time member of the Department of Surgery. The awards will have a maximum value of $15,000 and the number of awards and actual amount awarded is subject to the availability of funds. The Surgery Research Advisory Committee of the Department accepts applications for the competition once per year in the fall. Applicants are asked to provide a Letter of Intent (LOI), which includes a title and short descriptor of the project. If accepted, applicants will be notified, by email, to submit a full application. The grants are awarded at the Annual Department of Surgery Research Day held in January. The term of the grant is two years and all applicants will be notified, in writing, by February 1 of the disposition of their grant.
CALL FOR RESEARCH GRANT SUBMISSIONS
The Surgery Research Advisory Committee is pleased to announce the 2017 Surgery GFT Research Grant Competition to support research initiative undertaken by members of the Department of Surgery.
These awards are intended for research studies in which the Principal Investigator is a full-time (GFT) member of the Department of Surgery.
Only one research application will be accept per GFT member.
Letter of Intent
No more than one (1) page with no attachments and must include the following:
Submit your Letter of Intent to: Surgery.email@example.com
Letter of Intent - Monday, October 2, 2017
Letters of Intent will be reviewed and the application form will be sent to the Principal Investigators being invited to submit for funding consideration.
2017 AWARD WINNERS
SUCCESS- enSUring CardiaC surgery patients thrivE following hoSpital diScharge study
Identification and characterization of mesenchymal stem cell-secreted factors that specifically regulate breast stem and progenitor cell functions and their application to breast reconstruction procedures
Enhancing communication between gastroenterologists and surgeons and reducing the need for repeat endoscopy: A mixed-methods analysis
The impact of one-lung ventilation on respiratory complications after pulmonary resection
A pilot randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of disposable nitrous oxide canisters in providing improved pain control during burn dressing changes
A population based analysis of urologic oncology outcomes in Manitoba
Understanding the role of Akt/mTOR/NMT1 in thyroid cancer prognosis
Uncovering the relationship among melanoma, obesity and lymph node status: Prognosis and recurrence rates
Neurodynamical features of epileptiform in vivo human intracranial EEG signals
Development of synoptic operative reporting quality indicators for transanal endoscopic microsurgery (TEM)
Characterizing thoracic aortic disease in Manitoba: Prevalence and follow-up
|Previous Award Winners|
Letter of Intent (LOI)
October 1st (or first Monday)
November 1st (or first Friday)
(Department of Surgery Research Day)
(Two year term)
Claim Extension Request
Progress & Financial Reports
Term Extension Request
FORMS AVAILABLE FORPRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR