Foundation / Corporation
Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC)
01/17/19 5:00 PM ET
Grants to Canada medical researchers for prostate cancer studies that open new avenues of investigation. Applicants must register online prior to submitting a full application. Proposals are considered from all areas of prostate cancer research, including, but not limited to, biomedical, clinical, population health, and health services and economics.
The Discovery Grant program is designed to:
- Allow both junior and more established investigators to pursue new avenues of exploration
- Allow applications from all areas of prostate cancer research
- Provide a budget of up to $200,000 per project that can be spent in up to two years of funding
- Fund applications that will have been evaluated by a rigorous peer-review process that assessed innovation; track record of investigator team; methodology and feasibility of the proposed work; and potential impact on prostate cancer
The following expenditures are eligible for funding:
- Salaries of research assistants, technicians, project coordinators and other personnel who will enhance the collaborative research productivity of the research team;
- Stipends paid to trainees (e.g., undergraduate, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows) shall be in accordance with institutional policies, up to a maximum of $21,000 per annum for graduate students and $50,000 per
annum for postdoctoral fellows.
Direct research operating costs for the proposed research
- Equipment, up to 5% of funding; up to $10,000 over the term of the grant for small equipment items. Equipment items must be relevant to the research project and justification must be provided.
- Materials and supplies
- Knowledge Translation activities which can include travel to conferences when presenting results from the funded
research grant/award (up to 1% of funding), publication costs relating to the funded research, and other knowledge dissemination activities
- Other Expenses
GrantWatch ID#: 167487
This program will provide a budget of up to $200,000 per project.
Funding may be spent over 2 years starting April 1, 2019.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://pccgrants.smartsimple.ca/
Larissa Moniz, PhD, Director, Evidence and Knowledge Translation
416-441-2131, Ext. 243
Joanne Reynolds, Manager, Research Operations
416-441-2131, Ext. 226
Stephanie Bazinet, Coordinator, Research
416-441-2131, Ext. 252
Prostate Cancer Canada
2 Lombard Street, 3rd Floor
Toronto Ontario M5C 1M1
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