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2017 NSERC DISCOVERY GRANTS INFO SESSION
Monday, 12 June 2017



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Workshops/Presentations 2017

2017 NSERC DISCOVERY GRANTS INFO SESSION
12 June 2017

CANADA FOUNDATION FOR INNOVATION JELF-UNAFFILIATED PROGRAM PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP  
January 2017


Workshops/Presentations 2016

RESEARCH MANITOBA PRESENTATION ON 2017 INVESTIGATOR FUNDING PROGRAMS
December 16, 2016 

Research Manitoba will be making a presentation on its Investigator funding programs for health researchers on Friday, December 16th from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm  in room D112A Dentistry Building (Bannatyne Campus). Note that this presentation concerns Investigator Programs, not the Trainee programs.

The 2017 investigator health research funding programs are featured on the attached announcement. Internal deadlines are posted in the ORS Current Funding Opportunities newsletter found at the following link: http://umanitoba.ca/research/ors/external_funding.html. (Graduate Studentships are not handled by the Office of Research Services. Questions about these applications can be directed to the Faculty of Graduate Studies.)


SOCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH DATA WORKSHOP WITH CHARLES BURCHILL
December 9th, 2016
 
MCHP at the University of Manitoba houses the Manitoba Population Research Data Repository. This unparalleled resource contains social services data around income assistance, housing, primary education, Early Development Instrument, child and family services, child day care, Families First Screening, interactions with the provincial justice system (including prosecutions and courts), place of residence and family structure for the Manitoba Population.
 
This workshop will expand upon the overview that was presented at our May Days event, and faculty members who are considering exploring these data are strongly encouraged to attend.
 
Charles Burchill is the Associate Director Data Access and Use at MCHP and has been with the Centre since 1992. 
 
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BANNATYNE CAMPUS – NSERC DISCOVERY GRANT BASICS INFORMATION SESSION
26 September 2016

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the NSERC Discovery Grants Program (Basics). Researchers interested in applying to this program are strongly encouraged to attend.

Presenters: Dr Neeloffer Mookherjee (Immunology) and Andrea Craig (ORS, Research Grants Officer [NSERC])


FT. GARRY CAMPUS – NSERC DISCOVERY GRANT BASICS INFORMATION SESSION
22 September 2016

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the NSERC Discovery Grants Program (Basics). Researchers interested in applying to this program are strongly encouraged to attend.

Presenter: Andrea Craig (ORS, Research Grants Officer [NSERC]).

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INTERNAL GRANTS WRITING WORKSHOP
September 16, 2016

The 2016 Internal Grants Writing Session to be held on Friday September 16th, 2016 from 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., in 210 Helen Glass.  Please post in visible areas and/or distribute to researchers within your unit.  The workshop is open to all full-time academic staff members with professorial or academic librarian rank, and no RSVP is required.

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NSERC RESEARCH TOOLS & INSTRUMENTS INFORMATION SESSION
7 September 2016

The University of Manitoba, Office of Research Services, will be hosting an NSERC Research Tools & Instruments information session:

Presenter: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer (NSERC)
Information about the Research Tools & Instruments program will be offered in this session: a brief overview of the Portal application process, application requirements and selection criteria, and best practices.
 
Researchers intending to apply to this program are strongly encouraged to attend. As a reminder, RTI applications are due at ORS on 12 September 2016.

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NSERC COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT VISITS 2016 
June 7, 2016       

NSERC has begun its fourth annual round of community engagement visits so researchers, students and other stakeholders can connect with us to learn more about recent developments on NSERC 2020 and get the latest program and policy updates.

These visits also offer a platform for the community to ask questions and seek direct information from some of NSERC’s grants, scholarships and partnerships experts.

Some of the topics that we plan to discuss during this round include:

Highlights from Federal Budget 2016
Updates on progress of the five goals of NSERC 2020
Program updates on Strategic Partnerships, Discovery Grants and scholarships           
We would greatly appreciate if you could extend this invitation to anyone on your campus who would be interested in meeting with us. 


SSHRC MAY DAYS 2016
Monday, June 6th, 2016

This year, in the morning you can hear from five different speakers representing a broad range of data and information sources who will present an overview of resources available to researchers in many disciplines.  In the afternoon, the president of the Institute for Knowledge Mobilization in Ottawa will discuss how KMb has become a critical component in grant applications, and help you think about developing a clear strategy for this that can provide you with a competitive advantage.


NSERC DISCOVERY GRANT INFORMATION SESSION
June 1, 2016

Presenters:     Geneviève Coulombe, Program Officer (NSERC)
                        Dr David Lobb, Soil Science

Information about the Discovery Grants will be offered in this session: latest competition results, the evaluation process and selection criteria, and other program updates.
 
This presentation will be geared specifically toward newer faculty intending to apply to the Discovery Grant program this year; such researchers are strongly encouraged to attend. However, all researchers interested in applying/resubmitting an application to the NSERC Discovery Grant program are encouraged to attend.

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BANTING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
May 24th and May 26th, 2016

These sessions are designed to provide useful information to supervisors who are looking to support trainees in the upcoming competition or who may be interested in future competitions. Learn more about what reviewers are looking for in these applications and what makes a competitive application. Presenters will include Nancy Klos, Office of Research Services; Dr. Phillip Gardiner, CRC Tier 1 and member of the Banting selection committee; and Dr. Meghan Azad, Assistant Professor and successful Banting awardee.


CIHR PROJECT SCHEME: 2016 2ND LIVE PILOT WORKSHOPS
May 6th and 10th, 2016

These sessions are designed to provide information and guidance on the requirements of the new Project Scheme application to researchers who are planning to apply to the upcoming Project Scheme Fall competition which is the 2nd pilot of this new program.

These sessions are being held in advance of the CIHR registration and application deadlines (TBA).  Updates including insights from the peer review process from Project Scheme: 1st Live Pilot will be forthcoming. Stay tuned!


CIHR/NSERC COLLABORATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH PROJECTS (CHRP)
Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Presenter: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer (NSERC)
Invited Speaker: Dr Sherif Sherif, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Member of CHRP Peer Review Committee

The Office of Research Services will be making a presentation and holding a question and answer session on the CIHR/NSERC CHRP program. Dr. Sherif will also be present to discuss the review process for the LOIs and what makes for a successful CHRP LOI and application.

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NSERC STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP GRANTS
January 28, 2016

The University of Manitoba, Office of Research Services, will be hosting the 2016 NSERC Strategic Partnership Grant information session:

Presenter: Annie-France Bernier, Program Officer (NSERC) Information regarding this NSERC partnership grant will be presented (proposals are limited to target areas, but cash support from your industry partner is not a requirement).

Information about the Strategic Partnership Grants (SPG) will be offered in this session: its focus and requirements (including requirements with regard to supporting organizations), and the evaluation process and selection criteria. New Target Areas have been announced for 2016-2020.

Persons interested in applying to this program in the future are strongly encouraged to attend. Researchers interested in the Collaborative Research & Development (CRD) grant are likewise encouraged to come to the session.

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2016 NSERC Prairie | 2016 NSERC Strategic Partnerships


RESEARCH MANITOBA PRESENTATION 2016 INVESTIGATOR FUNDING PROGRAMS
January 11, 2016

Research Manitoba will be making a presentation on its Investigator funding programs for health researchers on Monday, January 11th from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm  in room 204 Brodie Centre (Bannatyne Campus). Note that this presentation concerns Investigator Programs, not the Trainee programs.


CIHR PROJECT SCHEME: 2016 1ST LIVE PILOT PRESENTATION
January 6, 2016

The Office of Research Services is hosting an information session on preparing an application for the CIHR Project Scheme program, to be held on Wednesday, January 6th from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm in Room 204 Brodie Centre at the Bannatyne Campus.
 
This presentation is designed to provide information on the requirements of the new Project Scheme application to researchers who are planning to apply to the upcoming Project Scheme March competition which is the first pilot of this new program.
 
The application deadline for this competition is March 1, 2016.
(ORS internal deadline is posted as February 5, 2016)


Workshops/Presentations 2015

SSHRC OVERVIEW OF PARTNERSHIP FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
October 2015

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CIHR NEW INVESTIGATOR SALARY AWARD PROGRAM PRESENTATION
November 3, 2015

This presentation is designed to provide useful information to researchers who are planning to apply in the upcoming New Investigators Salary Award competition which is the final launch of this program.
 
Learn more about the New Investigator Salary Award program and what reviewers are looking for from current UM members of the CIHR New Investigator Salary Award peer review committees as well as previously successful applicants.
 
The objective of the New Investigator Salary Award program is to provide outstanding new investigators with the opportunity to develop and demonstrate their independence in initiating and conducting health research through provision of a contribution to their salary.
 
The application deadline for this annual competition is December 1st. (ORS internal deadline is posted as November 17th.)


CIHR INSTITUTE OF MUSCULOSKELETAL HEALTH AND ARTHRITIS (IMHA) PRESENTATION
October 6th, 2015

It has been a pivotal 2 year time period since IMHA relocated and reestablished itself at the University of Manitoba under the leadership of Dr. Hani El-Gabalawy, Professor, Department of Internal Medicine as Scientific Director.

In this presentation, Dr. El-Gabalawy will discuss the recently released IMHA Strategic Plan 2014-2018 and the Institute's research priorities for the future.

Students and faculty members are welcome to attend. Researchers in the fields of chronic pain and fatigue, inflammation and tissue repair, and disability, mobility and health will be especially interested in learning more about these strategic priority areas at CIHR.


NSERC DISCOVERY GRANT BASICS INFORMATION SESSION
September 2015 

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the NSERC Discovery Grants Program (Basics). Researchers interested in applying to this program are strongly encouraged to attend.

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INTERNAL GRANTS PROGRAM WORKSHOP – FORT GARRY CAMPUS
September 18, 2015 

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the internal grants program. Come out to learn more about these grants and the application process, as well as obtain some grant-writing tips.

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NSERC RESEARCH TOOLS & INSTRUMENTS INFORMATION SESSION
Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Presenter: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer (NSERC)
Information about the Research Tools & Instruments program will be offered in this session: a brief overview of the Portal application process, application requirements and selection criteria, and best practices.
 
Researchers intending to apply to this program are strongly encouraged to attend. As a reminder, RTI applications are due at ORS on 21 September 2015.
 
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USING VIDEO TO TELL YOUR (RESEARCH) STORY PRESENTATION 
June 24, 2015 

Granting agencies, journals and other institutions engaged in research are increasingly requesting videos as part of their activities. As well, researchers are increasingly using video as a means to communicate with potential research participants and to communicate their research results to a broader audience.

This session will guide researchers through the video process, from setting initial objectives to sharing their story with their audience. Attendees will learn about creating strong video narratives, how to approach script writing and best practices in shooting, audio, editing and distribution, whether they are working on their own or with an outside supplier.

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SSHRC CCV WORKSHOP
June 16, 2015

For those of you who have not yet begun to structure your CCV, this is not a simple or quick task!  This is a time consuming exercise and not always intuitive.  To assist you, ORS will be hosting a SSHRC CCV workshop to introduce our faculty to this process.  To prepare for this session, please ensure that you have set up your account in the Portal prior to the workshop (https://portal-portail.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/s/login.aspx) and that you come with your login information available.   


CIHR NEW PROGRAM SCHEME UPDATES - INFORMATION SESSION
June 12, 2015

The Office of Research Services will be holding an information session at the Fort Garry campus on the Foundation and Project Schemes being implemented by CIHR in its redesign of the Open Suite of Programs.

This is an important opportunity for researchers who have been unable to attend previous sessions and the recent CIHR Town Hall with Dr. Jane Aubin to get updates on the Foundation and Project Schemes and to discuss the implementation of both Schemes.


CIHR NEW PROGRAM SCHEME UPDATES - INFORMATION SESSION
June 12th, 2015

The Office of Research Services will be holding an information session at the Fort Garry campus on the Foundation and Project Schemes being implemented by CIHR in its redesign of the Open Suite of Programs.

This is an important opportunity for researchers who have been unable to attend previous sessions and the recent CIHR Town Hall with Dr. Jane Aubin to get updates on the Foundation and Project Schemes and to discuss the implementation of both Schemes.


KNOWLEDGE SYNTHESIS... LITERATURE SEARCHES AND BEYOND
June 8, 2015

Dr. Ahmed Abou-setta (Knowledge Synthesis Unit Manager and Review Manager, George & Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation) will  provide an introduction and overview of systematic reviews, the process of systematic reviewing, the variety of knowledge synthesis products and resources to assist researchers in conducing knowledge syntheses and scoping reviews.

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Overview of Knowledge Synthesis
Workshop Activity 01 
Workshop Activity 02


NSERC DISCOVERY GRANT INFORMATION SESSION
28 May, 2015

Presenter: Guillaume Sabourin, Program Officer (NSERC)

Information about the Discovery Grants will be offered in this session: latest competition results, the evaluation process and selection criteria, and other program updates.
 
This presentation will be geared specifically toward newer faculty intending to apply to the Discovery Grant program this year; such researchers are strongly encouraged to attend. However, all researchers interested in applying/resubmitting an application to the NSERC Discovery Grant program are encouraged to attend.

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SSHRC MAY DAYS 2015
Sessions will focus on the Insight Review Panel process from last fall and the lessons learned from that experience, how to look for and acquire matching funds for the PD, PGD and Connections Grants, and an afternoon session on Knowledge Synthesis and scoping reviews.

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Writing for Insight Grants
Matching Funds


2015-2016 BANTING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM
May 8, 2015

This session is designed to provide useful information to supervisors who are looking to support trainees in the upcoming competition or who may be interested in future competitions. Learn more about what reviewers are looking for in these applications and what makes a competitive application. Presenters will include Nancy Klos, Office of Research Services; Dr. Phillip Gardiner, CRC Tier 1 and member of the Banting selection committee; and Dr. Meghan Azad, Assistant Professor and successful Banting awardee.


CIHR TOWN HALL
April 24, 2015

Town Hall with Dr. Jane Aubin (CIHR Chief Scientific Officer and Vice-President, Research, Knowledge Translation and Ethics) on Friday, April 24th  from 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm in Theatre B Basic Medical Sciences Building, Bannatyne Campus. This is part of CIHR’s ongoing engagement with institutions on the new Open Suite of Programs and peer review processes.


2015 NSERC STRATEGIC PROJECT GRANTS INFORMATION SESSION
January 28, 2015

Presenter: Frederic Couty, Program Officer (NSERC) - Information regarding this NSERC partnership grant will be presented (proposals are limited to target areas, but cash support from your industry partner is not a requirement).

Information about the Strategic Project Grants (SPG) will be offered in this session: its focus and requirements (including requirements with regard to supporting organizations), and the evaluation process and selection criteria.

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2014 Workshops/Presentations 

NSERC ENGAGE/ENGAGE PLUS/MITACS ACCELERATE
November 27, 2014

The University of Manitoba, Office of Research Services, will be hosting a presentation on the following program:

Presenters:

Frank Nolan, Research and Innovation Development Officer (NSERC Prairies Regional Office), and
Iman Yahyaie, Business Development Specialist (Mitacs)

Information regarding the popular NSERC Engage grant will be covered, in addition to the more recent announcement of Engage Plus. The session will importantly provide information about the Mitacs Accelerate program. Learn how to combine these programs to great effect!

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CIHR NEW INVESTIGATOR SALARY AWARD PROGRAM
November 7, 2014

This presentation is designed to provide useful information to researchers who are planning to apply in the upcoming New Investigators Salary Award competition.

Learn more about the New Investigator Salary Award program and what reviewers are looking for from current UM members of the CIHR New Investigator Salary Award peer review committees as well as previously successful applicants.

The objective of the New Investigator Salary Award program is to provide outstanding new investigators with the opportunity to develop and demonstrate their independence in initiating and conducting health research through provision of a contribution to their salary.

The application deadline for this annual competition is December 1st.
(ORS internal deadline is posted as November 17th, 2014)
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CRAFTING A STRONG CLINICAL TRIAL APPLICATION FOR CIHR
November 6, 2014

There has been an increase in the number of researchers at the University of Manitoba who are submitting applications to CIHR involving clinical trials (CTs) and randomized controlled trials (RCTs).  The goal of this session is to support researchers who are applying to the CIHR Operating Grant competition and proposing to undertake a RCT or CT.  The presentations and discussion are intended to provide information and guidance on what makes a strong study and application (and related to this, what are common pitfalls in such applications), featuring experienced clinical scientists and members of CIHR peer review committees.

Come and participate in this discussion, with Dr. Ryan Zarychanski, Department of Internal Medicine, Sections of Hematology/Medical Oncology and Critical Care; Dr. Carolyn Snider, Department of Emergency Medicine; and Dr. Peter Jones, Director, Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals.

The presentations and discussion will have a CIHR focus, but the information may be generally useful to such applications for other agencies.
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GRAND CHALLENGES CANADA, STARS IN GLOBAL HEALTH WORKSHOP – BANNATYNE  CAMPUS
October 16, 2014 and October 17, 2014

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on Grand Challenges Canada’s Stars in Global Health funding program, a unique program that even requires the submission of a video on your project! Dr. Julie Lajoie, a research associate in the Department of Medical Microbiology will be presenting on her project that was funded by Grand Challenges Canada and how she was able to compose a successful grant application and create enough social media buzz, that her video was ranked in the top 10 voted for. Come out to learn more about this grant opportunity and Dr. Lajoie’s personal experiences with working on this international research project.

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Grand Challenges Stars in Global Health  
Inducing Immune Quiescence
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SSHRC PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM WORKSHOP
September 23, 2014

If you are considering an application to the SSHRC Partnership Program (Partnership Grant or Partnership Development Grant) within the next two years, please make plans to attend this workshop.  It’s never too early to start planning!

Come prepared with your questions for the University of Manitoba SSHRC Grants Officer, a former SSHRC Partnership committee reviewer and a current SSHRC Partnership Grant holder.

Presentations will focus on: Program Requirements and Application Strategies and Best Practices

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Partnership Development Grants
Overview of Partnerships Portfolio 

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INTERNAL GRANTS PROGRAM WORKSHOP – FORT GARRY CAMPUS
September 19, 2014

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the internal grants program. Come out to learn more about these grants and the application process, as well as obtain some grant-writing tips.

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2014 NSERC DISCOVERY GRANT INFORMATION SESSION - FORT GARRY
18 September 2014

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the NSERC Discovery Grants Program (Basics). Persons interested in applying to this program are strongly encouraged to attend.

Presenters: Dr. Doug Buchanan (Electrical & Computer Engineering) and Andrea Craig (ORS, Research Grants Officer [NSERC]).

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2014 NSERC DISCOVERY GRANT INFORMATION SESSION - BANNATYNE
17 September 2014

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the NSERC Discovery Grants Program (Basics). Persons interested in applying to this program are strongly encouraged to attend.

Presenters: Dr. David Lobb (Soil Science) and Andrea Craig (ORS, Research Grants Officer [NSERC]).

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CIHR INFORMATION SESSION - OPEN SUITE OF PROGRAMS
August 28, 2014

The Office of Research Services will be hosting Dominique Lalonde, Deputy Director, Open Programs Branch, for an information session on the Foundation and Project Schemes being implemented by CIHR in its redesign of the Open Suite of Programs.

This is an important opportunity to get recent updates on the Foundation and Project Schemes, to discuss the implementation of both Schemes, and to participate in a question/answer session with CIHR.
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WINNIPEG CONNECT WITH NSERC: COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT VISIT
June 4, 2014

NSERC has begun another round of community engagement visits to provide researchers, students and other stakeholders an opportunity to learn more about some recent program and policy developments. These visits will also serve as a platform for the community to ask questions and seek more information from some of NSERC's grants and scholarships experts.

Some of the topics that will be discussed include:

  • Federal Budget 2014
  • Update on the Allocation of Discovery Grants Budget Among Evaluation Groups
  • Eligibility and Appeals Processes
  • Common CV & New Research Portal
  • Women in Science and Engineering
  • Update on Scholarships and Fellowships programs  

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THE ANNUAL SSHRC “MAY DAYS” EVENT FOR 2014
May 2, 2014

Sessions will cover the re-activated Connections Grant opportunity, tips on tailoring your research proposal specifically for the Insight Grants program, and a discussion with the SSHRC VP-Research Capacity regarding SSHRC's new challenge areas.

Download Agenda . 
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BANTING POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS - CHANGES TO THE 2014-2015 COMPETITION TIMELINES & EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT
Wednesday May 7, 2014

This session is designed to provide useful information to supervisors who are looking to support trainees in the upcoming competition or who may be interested in future competitions. Learn more about what reviewers are looking for in these applications.

The link to the Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship program is provided here for your convenience: http://banting.fellowships-bourses.gc.ca/home-accueil-eng.html. The next competition will be officially launched in June 2014.

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KT AND OUTPUTS, OUTCOMES AND IMPACTS (INFO SESSION FOR MHRC'S TEAM/CLUSTER PROGRAM)
Tuesday May 6, 2014

KT and Outputs, Outcomes and Impacts will feature presentations by:
 
Dr. Kristy Wittmeier, Director, Knowledge Translation Platform, CHI and Mr. Ambrosio Catalla, Evaluations and Policy Analyst, MHRC.
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ERA-Can+: INFORMATION SESSION FOR CANADIANS WANTING TO PARTICIPATE IN EUROPEAN UNION RESEARCH
April 10, 2014

The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada will be leading an information session on ERA-Can+. The session will explain the structure of research funding in Europe and provide information on upcoming funding opportunities and mechanisms by which Canadians can participate. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn about current and developing collaborations between Canadian and European researchers and innovators. ERA-Can+ is part of Horizon 2020, a multi-year research funding program for science, technology as well as the social sciences and humanities created by the European Commission.

Online registration for two ERA-Can+ information sessions on April 10th is now open. Please register here: http://www.ppforum.ca/eracan-information-sessions-april10
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COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH TEAM/CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - INFORMATION SESSION
Thursday, April 10, 2014

The Manitoba Health Research Council (MHRC) will be hosting an information session on the Collaborative Research Team/Cluster Development Program for interested researchers in the call. This session will provide researchers with the opportunity to have questions about the call answered and to learn more about the submission process and requirements.

More information about the program can be found on the MHRC website at the following link:  http://mhrc.mb.ca/funding-opportunities/programs/teamcluster-program/

Information on ORS internal deadlines will be posted in our Current Funding Opportunities newsletter. Applicants are urged to discuss their plans with their units well in advance of the MHRC deadline as units may establish their own internal process and deadlines for this competition.
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AUCC’S LACREG PROGRAM: BROWN BAG LUNCH INFORMATION SESSION – BANNATYNE CAMPUS
March 31, 2014

The Office of Research Services will be hosting an information session that will give an overview of AUCC’s Canada-Latin America and the Caribbean Research Exchange Grant program. Dr. Silvia Cardona will be presenting on her project that was funded by LACREG and will discuss her personal experiences with working on this international research project.

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MHRC CALL FOR PROPOSALS & BRIDGE FUNDING
March 4, 2014

As well, by this email, I am alerting members of your unit that MHRC has now released details of its 2014 Bridge Funding Program which is a continuation of its existing program. The two deadline dates are March 31, 2014 and August 22, 2014. More details can be found on the MHRC website at the following link: http://mhrc.mb.ca/funding-opportunities/programs/bridge-funding/

Internal deadlines for the two above funding opportunities will be posted in the ORS Current Funding Opportunities newsletter this coming week.

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NSERC ENGAGE GRANTS / ENGAGE PLUS GRANTS / MITACS ACCELERATE

February 3, 2014

Presenters: Frank Nolan, Research and Innovation Development Officer (NSERC Prairies Regional Office), and
Iman Yahyaie, Business Development Specialist (Mitacs)

Information regarding the popular NSERC Engage grant will be covered, in addition to the more recent announcement of Engage Plus. The session will importantly provide information about the Mitacs Accelerate program. Learn how to combine these programs to great effect!

Download Engage Presentation (pdf)
Download Mitacs Presentation (pdf)
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NSERC STRATEGIC PROJECTS GRANTS
February 3, 2014

Presenter: Annie-France Bernier, Program Officer (NSERC)

Information regarding this NSERC partnership grant will be presented (proposals are limited to target areas, but cash support from your industry partner is not a requirement).

Download presentation
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MANITOBA HEALTH RESEARCH COUNCIL PRESENTATION ON 2014 FUNDING PROGRAMS
January 16th, 2014

The Manitoba Health Research Council (MHRC) will be making a presentation on its funding programs for health researchers on Competition details can be found in the 2014 Awards Guide on the MHRC website at: http://mhrc.mb.ca/funding/programs/

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AUCC’S CAREG AND LACREG PROGRAM: BROWN BAG LUNCH INFORMATION SESSION – FORT GARRY CAMPUS

January 10, 2014

The Office of Research Services will be hosting an information session that will give an overview of AUCC’s Canada-Africa Research Exchange Grant and the Canada-Latin America and the Caribbean Research Exchange Grant programs. Dr. Silvia Cardona will be presenting on her project that was funded by LACREG and will discuss her personal experiences with working on this international research project.

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CIHR INFORMATION SESSIONS ON THE CIHR NEW DESIGN OF THE OPEN SUITE OF PROGRAMS
January 9th/January 13th, 2014

The Office of Research Services is holding information sessions on CIHR's new Open Suite of Programs (Foundation and Project Schemes) which shall replace the existing Open Operating Grant program and the Open Knowledge Translation programs. The purpose of these sessions is to continue the dialogue with our research community about these changes in CIHR programming and to provide updates as appropriate.

Health researchers and ADRs/RLOs are strongly encouraged to attend these sessions to ensure they are up-to-date on the program changes being implemented by CIHR and how these changes will affect their research programs and units.

The link to the CIHR Reforms of Open Programs and peer review homepage is provided here for your convenience: http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/44761.html
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MANITOBA HEALTH RESEARCH COUNCIL PRESENTATION ON 2014 FUNDING PROGRAMS
Thursday, January 16th, 2014

The Manitoba Health Research Council (MHRC) will be making a presentation on its funding programs for health researchers on Competition details can be found in the 2014 Awards Guide on the MHRC website at: http://mhrc.mb.ca/funding/programs/

Health researchers interested in applying to upcoming MHRC competitions are encouraged to attend the session. There will be ample time for questions and answers.


2013 Workshops/Presentations:  

2013 SSHRC INSIGHT DEVELOPMENT GRANTS WEBINAR
December 2013

SSHRC program officers will be on hand to provide information and answer questions about Insight Development Grants, including offering advice on preparing your application.

Download the slides: 2013 Webinar on Insight Development Grants
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2013 SSHRC PARTNERSHIP-CONNECTIONS WEBINAR
October 3,2013

SSHRC program officers will be on hand to provide information and answer questions about Partnership Development Grants, Partnership Grants and Connection Grants, including offering advice on preparing your application.

Download the slides: 2013 Webinar on Partnership Funding Opportunities and Connection Grants
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NSERC DISCOVERY GRANTS PROGRAM (BASICS) - FORT GARRY/BANNATYNE CAMPUS
23 September 2013 (Ft. Garry) || 30 September 2013 (Bannatyne)

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the NSERC Discovery Grants Program (Basics). Persons interested in applying to this program are strongly encouraged to attend.

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23 September: Presenters: Dr. Harold Aukema (Human Nutritional Sciences) and Andrea Craig (ORS, Research Grants Officer [NSERC]). Download presentation
30 September: Presenters: Dr. Rotimi Aluko (Human Nutritional Sciences) and Andrea Craig (ORS, Research Grants Officer [NSERC]). Download presentation
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2013 INTERNAL GRANTS WRITING SESSION
Friday, September 20th, 2013

The workshop is open to all full-time academic staff members with professorial or academic librarian rank, and no RSVP is required.

Download Internal Grants Writing Workshop 2013 
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TIPS AND TRIPS: WRITING A STRONG SSHRC INSIGHT GRANT APPLICATION
Thursday, September 5th, 2013

With competition for grant funding at an all-time high, having advice from people on the inside can be incredibly helpful when writing a strong and compelling application.   The Office of Research Services has organized a workshop that will focus on what to do and what not to do when crafting SSHRC Insight Grant applications.  The goal of this session is to support researchers who are applying in the upcoming round of SSHRC Insight Grant competitions and those considering an application to the SSHRC Insight Development Grant competitions in the winter.  The presentations and discussion are intended to provide information and guidance on what makes a strong project and application (and on the kinds of things to avoid), featuring experienced members of SSHRC peer review committees.

Download Presentations: SSHRC Insight Grant Competition 2013 | IG Committee Reader Review Form
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CRAFTING A STRONG CLINICAL TRIAL APPLICATION FOR CIHR
Monday, August 19th, 2013

The Office of Research Services is organizing a series of grant application preparation sessions on specialized topics at the Bannatyne Campus. The third session, to be held on Monday, August 19th from 9:00 am – 10:30 am in the Dean’s Boardroom, A106 Chown Building, will be focused on putting together a strong clinical trial grant application.

There has been an increase in the number of researchers at the University of Manitoba who are submitting applications to CIHR involving clinical trials (CTs) and randomized controlled trials (RCTs).  The goal of this session is to support researchers who are applying to the CIHR Open Operating Grant competition and proposing to undertake a RCT or CT.  The presentations and discussion are intended to provide information and guidance on what makes a strong study and application (and related to this, what are common pitfalls in such applications), featuring experienced clinical scientists and members of CIHR peer review committees.

Come and participate in this discussion, with Dr. Ryan Zarychanski, Department of Internal Medicine, Sections of Hematology/Medical Oncology and Critical Care; Dr. Carolyn Snider, Department of Emergency Medicine; and Dr. Peter Jones, Director, Richardson Centre for Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals.

The presentations and discussion will have a CIHR focus, but the information may be generally useful to such applications for other agencies.
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NSERC RESEARCH PORTAL AND COMMON CV WEBINAR
Thursday, June 27, 2013

Based on feedback and interest from the community, NSERC will host dedicated webinars on June 25 and 27 to walk participants through the Research Portal and the NSERC Common CV (CCV), and to provide practical tips for using the new systems.

The Office of Research Services plans to host the English language webinar in the ORS Boardroom (Thursday, 27 June, from Noon -1:30pm). To those who would prefer to attend the webinar in the ORS Boardroom, please RSVP to:
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NSERC RESEARCH COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT WEBINAR
Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The visits serve as a platform for NSERC and the community to engage in discussions and ask questions on various topics including:

    •  Common CV & new Research Portal
    •  Harmonization of the Canada Graduate Scholarships
    •  Five-year Evaluation of the Discovery Grants Program
    •  Changes to the Post Doctorate Fellowships Timelines
    •  Allocation of Discovery Grants Budget among Evaluation Groups

This is the same event that the University of Manitoba hosted on the morning of 23 May, available in webinar format.
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EFFECTIVELY COMMUNICATING AND "SELLING" YOUR RESEARCH PROJECT IN YOUR RESEARCH SUMMARY!
Friday, May 31, 2013

Come and participate in this discussion on effective “research summarizing”, with Dr. Kevin Coombs, Assistant Dean (Research), Faculty of Medicine and Professor, Department of Medical Microbiology; Dr. Dean Kriellaars, Associate Professor, School of Medical Rehabilitation; Dr. Keith Fowke, Professor, Department of Medical Microbiology; and Dr. Patricia Martens, Director, Manitoba Centre for Health Policy and Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences.

The presentations and discussion will have a health focus, but are open to all researchers.
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NSERC COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT VISIT
Thursday, 23 May 2013
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The session will be presented by Ms. Elizabeth Boston, Director, NSERC, Mathematical, Environmental and Physical Sciences Division.

Topics to be discussed include:

• Common CV and new Research Portal
• Harmonization of the Canada Graduate Scholarships
• Five-year Evaluation of the Discovery Grants Program
• Changes to the Post Doctorate Fellowships Timelines
• Allocation of Discovery Grants Budget Among Evaluation Groups

NSERC is looking to provide researchers, students and other stakeholders an opportunity to learn more about some recent program and policy developments. This visit will also serve as a platform for NSERC and the community to engage in discussions on programs and policies.

Please RSVP to Andrea Craig at 480-1819 or andrea_craig@umanitoba.ca by 22 May if you are interested in attending.
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UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA AND THE NSERC CCV
Thursday, 23 May 2013

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the new NSERC CCV, to be held on Thursday, 23 May 2013 in E3-262 EITC (Senate Chamber) from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

As previously announced, starting this year, applications submitted to the Discovery Grants (Individual and Team) program including Subatomic Physics Grants must use the new NSERC CCV (required for applicants and co-applicants).  Information currently in the Form 100 cannot be transferred to the new NSERC CCV, so it is important that researchers get started early in completing their CCVs as it has been acknowledged to be a time-consuming process to populate the field for the first time. While the NSERC CCV reflects the elements of the Form 100, not all fields in the NSERC Form 100 are included in the NSERC CCV.

NOTE: The NSERC Notification of Intent to Apply for a Discovery Grant will be using the CCV (deadline: August 1st).

For this session, our presenters will include: Dr. Donald Miller (Pharmacology) and Dr. Douglas Thomson, Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Engineering.

Through the use of their own CCVs, Drs. Miller and Thomson will illustrate the information and details that are necessary to complete each section of the NSERC CCV.

Researchers who are planning to apply to the Discovery Grants program this fall are strongly encouraged to attend this session.

RSVP to Andrea Craig (at 480-1819, or andrea_craig@umanitoba.ca) on or before 21 May 2013.
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THE ANNUAL SSHRC “MAY DAYS” EVENT FOR 2013
Friday, May 24, 2013

Confirmed sessions will cover engaging partners in an academic environment, effective Knowledge Mobilization plans and strategies, and what could be a lively open session on SSHRC Insight Grants application “rebounding.” Download agenda

RSVP to Barbara Hewitt, Research Grants Officer (SSHRC & Misc) at Barbara.Hewitt@ad.umanitoba.ca by no later than May 21st. 
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Making Knowledge Translation Work!
Thursday, April 18th

The Office of Research Services will be organizing a series of grant application preparation sessions on specialized topics this Spring at the Bannatyne Campus will be focused on putting together an effective Knowledge Translation (KT) plan.

Need assistance in writing a KT plan? Not sure what integrated KT means and how to involve your partners and those who will ultimately use your findings in the research process? Not sure what makes an effective and substantive KT plan or activities? Wondering what you can do besides publish as part of your end-of-grant KT plan?

Come and participate in this discussion on effective KT planning and stakeholder engagement, with presentations by Dr. Kristy Wittmeier, KT Director of the University’s George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation SUPPORT Unit and Innovations & Best Practice Coordinator for Physiotherapy (WRHA), and Dr. John Walker, Professor, Department of Clinical Health Psychology and lead researcher on several CIHR-funded grants on KT and mental health involving a variety of health professional and community-based partners.

Effective KT planning has become an essential part of the research process and this is reflected in most agency funding applications. The presentations and discussion will have a health focus, but are open to all researchers.

Interested attendees are asked to RSVP to Nancy Klos by April 16th to confirm your attendance Nancy.Klos@ad.umanitoba.ca
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CIHR Town Hall with Dr. Alain Beaudet, CIHR President
March 21, 2013

The University of Manitoba is very pleased to host Dr. Alain Beaudet, CIHR President on Thursday, March 21st for a Town Hall on the design of the new Open Suite of Programs and peer review process.

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants Tel: 204-789-3672

 

UManitoba & NSERC Research Partnerships Programs - Approach, Insight and Partnerships

February 22, 2013

The University of Manitoba Office of Research Services will be hosting a workshop on applying for NSERC Partnership grants (including Engage, Collaborative Research and Development Grants and Strategic Project Grants). The session will focus on Strategic Project Grants, but will be applicable for researchers who are interested in applying for any NSERC Partnership grant funding. To be held:

Presenters include: Ms Andrea Craig, NSERC Research Grants Officer; Dr Cyrus Shafai, Electrical & Computer Engineering; and Dr Chantal Bassett, Research Facilitator

The session and discussion is intended to provide guidance and strategic advice to researchers who are planning to apply to an NSERC Partnership program. Learn more about what NSERC and the reviewers are looking for in these applications, and gain insight on important aspects of partnerships with industry.

Program Overviews and Criteria Details

Tips from a Selection Committee Member

Fostering Industry Partnerships

For more information contact: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer NSERC
Tel: 204-480-1819

 

CIHR's new design of the Open Suite of Programs and Peer Review Process
February 8, 2013

The purpose of the session is to discuss these changes with health researchers at the University of Manitoba and identify important concerns and issues from our research community in preparation for the roll-out of the new programs and processes.

Health researchers and ADRs/RLOs are strongly encouraged to attend this session to ensure they are up-to-date on what is being proposed by CIHR and are aware of how these changes will affect their research programs and units, as appropriate.

The link to the publication on the new design of the CIHR Open Suite of Programs and Peer Review Process (Designing for the Future: The New Open Suite of Programs and Peer Review Process) is provided here for your convenience.

Also, please note that the University of Manitoba will be hosting a visit by Dr. Alain Beaudet, CIHR President, later this Spring to discuss the CIHR reforms. This visit is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, March 21st. As part of this visit, there will be a town hall meeting with researchers. Stay tuned for more details!

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672

 

NSERC Research Partnerships Programs
February 4, 2013

Programs to be covered include: Interaction grants, Engage grants, and Strategic Projects grants. Persons interested in applying to these programs are strongly encouraged to attend.

Presenters include: Ms. Annie-France Bernier, Program Officer (NSERC), and Mr. Frank Nolan, Research and Innovation Development Officer (NSERC Prairies Regional Office).

PLEASE NOTE: There will be time available after the sessions for additional questions and discussion.

Strategy for Partnerships and Innovation

Strategic Project Grants Program

For more information contact:  Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer NSERC
Tel: 204-480-1819

 

2012 Workshops/Presentations

 
CIHR Open Operating Grant Writing Workshop
December 5, 2012

The Office of Research Services will be hosting a workshop on applying to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) for researchers at the Fort Garry campus whose interests are related to health and who are interested in applying for CIHR Open Operating Grant funding, or who may be interested in applying for CIHR Operating Grant funding in the near future.

The workshop and discussion is intended to provide guidance and strategic advice to researchers who are planning to apply to CIHR’s Open Operating Grant program. Learn more about what CIHR and the reviewers are looking for in these applications and what to expect in upcoming changes to CIHR’s programs.

For more information contact: Jenna Croy Bannatyne Campus Office of Research Services
Tel: 204-789-3740

 
SSHRC Partnerships Programs Workshop
September 26, 2012

This workshop is designed to provide essential background and application information as well as strategic insights into these programs for researchers who are planning to apply in te upcoming Partnerships Grants and Partnership Development Grants competitions.

Learn more about what the SSHRC and the reviewers are looking for in these appicationsand from such partnerships. There will be ample time for questions and anwers.

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672

 
NSERC Discovery Grants Program Workshop - Bannatyne Campus
September 20, 2012

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop onthe NSERC Discovery Grant Program. Persons interested in applying to this program are strongly encourages to attend. There will be som time available after the presenataion for questions and discussion.

Presenters: Dr. Doug Buchanan (Electrical & Computer Engineering) and Andra Craig (ORS, Research Grants Officer NSERC)

Recent and Current Evaluation Group Members: Dr. Rotimi Aluko (Human and Nutritional Sciences), Dr. Ivan Oresnik (Mirobiology), Dr. Fiona Parkinson (Pharmacology), and Dr. Jason Loboe-McGowan (Psycology) will be present at the discussion

NSERC Discovery 2012 DAB

For more information contact:  Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer NSERC
Tel: 204-480-1819

 
NSERC Dscovery Grants Program Workshop - Fort Garry Campus
September 19, 2012

The Office of Research Services will be holding a workshop on the NSERC Discovery Grants Program. Persons interested in applying to this program are strongly encourages to attend. There will be some time available after the presentation for questions and discussion.

Presenters: Dr. Doug Buchanan (Electrical & Computer Engineering) and Andrea Craig (ORS, Research Grants Officer NSERC)

Recent and Current Evaluation Group Members: Dr. Rotimi Aluko (Human Nutritional Sciences), Dr. Ivan Oresnik (Microbiology), Dr. Fiona Parkinson (Pharmacology), and Dr. Jason Loboe-McGowan (Psycology) will be present at the discussion.

NSERC Discovery 2012 DAB

For more information contact: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer NSERC
Tel: 204-480-1819

 

SSHRC Insight Grants Workshop
September 13, 2012

This workshop is designed to provide essential background and application information and strategic insights into applying for the SSHRC Insight Grant and the Insight Program.

Presentation

For more information contact:  Jodi Smith, Research Grants Officer, Social Science and Humanities
Tel:474-8390

 

2012 Internal Grants Writing Workshop
September 6, 2012

Presentation

For more information contact: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer NSERC
Tel: 204-480-1819

 
New Faculty Orientation Research Services
July 12, 2012

Dr. Gary Glavin Associate Vice-President (Research)

Presentation

 
SSHRC “May Days” 2012: Knowledge Mobilization for Impact in the Social Sciences and Humanities
May 23, 2012

This year’s theme is “Knowledge Mobilization for Impact in the Social Sciences and Humanities” and will feature presentations on knowledge mobilization and partnerships.

Researchers, students and knowledge-users/partners are welcome to attend and join in the discussion on how to better facilitate and enable the accessibility and impact of research and to improve research connections between researchers and knowledge-users, which are key objectives of SSHRC’s current programming.

For more information click here 

 
Opportunities for Canadians in the EU Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Development
May 14, 2012

Federal Government presenters: Garth Williams, Director, ERA-Can
Melodie Cardin, Manager of Communications, ERA-Can
Jean-Pierre Rodrigue, CIHR National Contact Point for Health

FP7 Participants at the University of Manitoba: Dr. Geoff Hicks and Dr. Jan Oleszkiewicz

FP7 includes several specific programmes:

• Cooperation – fostering collaboration between industry and academia to gain leadership in key technology areas.
• Ideas – supporting basic research at the scientific frontiers
(implemented by the European Research Council).
• People – supporting mobility and career development for researchers
both within and outside Europe.
• Capacities – helping develop the capacities that Europe needs to be a thriving
knowledge-based economy.
• Nuclear research (Euratom programme) – developing Europe’s
nuclear fission and fusion capabilities.

Researchers interested in this research opportunity are strongly encouraged to attend this presentation to learn
more from Program representatives and involved UM researchers.

 
NSERC/CIHR Collaborative Health Research Projects (CHRP) Presentation
Friday, May 4, 2012

The Office of Research Services will be making a presentation and holding a question and answer session on the NSERC/CIHR CHRP program. Dr. Sergio Camorlinga, who has been on the CHRP Selection Panel for the last 3 years, will also be present to discuss the review process for the LOIs and what makes for a successful CHRP LOI and application.

Dr. Camorlinga is Head eHealth Research at TRLabs and is an Adjunct Professor in the University of Manitoba’s Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering Departments. He is also CEO and Co-founder of Buhosoft Inc.

Interested applicants to this program are strongly encouraged to attend this presentation to get important program updates and insights into this program.

Presentation

For more information contact: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer NSERC
Tel: 204-480-1819 

 

Information session: Videoconference with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
April 25, 2012

Every year, SSHRC holds information sessions for the benefit of university faculty members and administrators. This session will provide you with information about SSHRC’s different funding opportunities and the new changes. For example, the NOI is now a mandatory step before the Insight Grants competition. An applicant who has not submitted an NOI by August 15, 2012 will be ineligible to submit the full application in the October 2012 competition

 
NSERC Research Partnerships Programs Workshop
February 10, 2012

Programs to be covered include: Engage grants, College/University-I2I, Collaborative Research & Development (CRD), and Strategic Projects grants. Persons interested in applying to these programs are strongly encouraged to attend.

The presentation on Strategic Project and CRD grants shall take place from 9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Presenters: Mr. Hugo Lemieux, Program Officer (NSERC), and Dr. Joe LoVetri (Electrical & Computer Engineering).

The presentation on Engage and CU-I2I shall take place from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Presenter: Mr. Frank Nolan, Research and Innovation Development Officer (NSERC Prairies Regional Office).

For more information contact: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer NSERC
Tel: 204-480-1819

 
CIHR Town Hall
February 14, 2012

Hosted by Dr. Jane Aubin, CIHR Chief Scientific Officer and Vice-President, Research

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672

 

NSERC Collaborative Research and Training Experience (CREATE) program
January 16, 2012

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672

 

CIHR China-Canada Joint Health Research Initiative Grant Program
January 17, 2012

Presenter: Dr. Czubryt, an Associate Professor in the UM Department of Physiology, and a member of the peer review committee for this program for multiple years.

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672

 

Manitoba Health Research Council (MHRC) Presentation on Funding Programs
January 31, 2012

Health researchers interested in applying to upcoming MHRC competitions are encouraged to attend the session. There will be ample time for questions and answers.

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672

 

2011 Workshops/Presentations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CFI Award Finalization and Management Workshop

Presentation

Jackie Cooney, Interim Research Grants Officer (Institutional Programs)
Telephone: 204-480-1495

 

NSERC Discovery Grants Program
September 22, 2011

Presenters:
Dr. Doug Buchanan (Electrical & Computer Engineering;
current EG member) and Ms. Andrea Craig (ORS, Research Grants
Officer [NSERC]).

Recent Evaluation Group member
Dr. Ivan Oresnik (Microbiology)
and current EG member Dr. Cyrus Shafai (Electrical & Computer Engineering) will be present to answer questions and participate in the discussion.

Presentation

For more information contact: Andrea Craig, Research Grants Officer NSERC
Tel: 204-480-1819

 

SSHRC "May Days" Event 
June 9, 2011

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672

 

Collaborative Health Research Project Program (CHRP)
June 9, 2011

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672

 

Collaborative Research And Development (CRD) Grants And Industrial Research Chairs (IRC) Program
March 11, 2011 

For more information contact: Nancy Klos, Associate Director Research Grants
Tel: 204-789-3672