The Centre on Aging is now accepting applications for their Research Fellowship award. Completed applications are due October 18, 2019 by 4:00 pm.
The Centre on Aging Research Fellowship is designed to support aging-related research in any discipline. The Research Fellowship is open to all University of Manitoba faculty members. An $11,000 stipend is available. The Fellowship is available to individual faculty members only, conducting their own research. It is not available to research teams.
The stipend will typically be used for teaching release for up to nine credit hours of teaching or equivalent. Funds can also be used as a research grant for costs directly related to the proposed research project, or as a combination of teaching release and research grant funds.
Highest priority for funding will be given to new researchers who do not yet have stable funding for their aging-related research; and established researchers for whom aging-related research represents a new research direction.
The research topic must be aging-related. See Aging Research Definition.
It is expected that the successful applicant will participate in Centre on Aging activities and will become a Research Affiliate of the Centre (or maintain their Research Affiliate status). They will also be required to present their research findings at the Spring Research Symposium or at a Centre-sponsored public seminar.
A final written report describing the research accomplishments during the period of the Fellowship must be submitted by July 1, 2021. It is expected that the Centre on Aging’s support is acknowledged in publications and conference presentations arising from the supported research.
Nicole Dunn, Associate Director ,Centre on Aging
338 Isbister Building
Phone: (204) 474-6698 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centre on Aging expects the use of appropriate and respectful language when describing older adults. Please refer to the following article for language guidelines:
Lundebjerg, N. E., Trucil, D. E., Hammond, E. C., & Applegate, W. B. When It Comes to Older Adults, Language Matters: JAGS Adopts Modified American Medical Association Style. J Am Geriatr Soc 65:1132–1133. DOI: 10.1111/jgs.14941
For the purposes of the fellowship, the research should focus on some aspect of the aging process or study older participants/subjects. Studying diseases as the focus, even if that disease commonly occurs in older people, might make the application ineligible for funding.