Please cascade within your department/centre/organization.
MSFHR has launched its 2017 Scholar Competition. The LOI deadline has been extended to November 7. Please visit the Faculty of Medicine website for further details, including support sessions being offered by the Faculty.
Please note the following internal signature deadlines for the upcoming major competitions:
UBC Faculty of Medicine: Graduate Student Awards
Full-time graduate students who are registered in any UBC Faculty of Medicine graduate program, or full-time graduate students whose main supervisor has a primary appointment with the UBC Faculty of Medicine are eligible to apply for the Graduate Student Awards. | Deadline: October 21, 4pm
UBC: Killam Postdoctoral Fellow Research Prize
Two prizes in the amount of $5000 awarded annually to full-time Postdoctoral Fellows at UBC in recognition of outstanding research and scholarly contributions while at UBC. | FoM Internal Deadline: November 10, 4pm
Association for Frontal Temporal Degeneration: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
Provides $55,000 (USD)/year for two years to support basic, translational, clinical, and epidemiological FTD research. | LOI Deadline: November 14
Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE): Innovator Award
Supports the exploration of a highly innovative, often risky new concept or untested theory that addresses an important problem relevant to epilepsy. | LOI Deadline: November 16
Alzheimer’s Drugs Discovery Foundation: Program to Accelerate Clinical Trials
Funding for up to $3 million per application for biomarker-based pilot clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease, Phase I safety testing and IND- enabling studies to accelerate new drugs into trials. | LOI Deadline: November 18
AstraZeneca: Diabetes Junior Investigator Award
Award created to support research and education initiatives for physicians at an early stage of their career who are involved in the management of diabetes and related diseases. | Deadline: November 18
October 27, 2:30pm, OSOT Lab 1/2, 3rd floor UBC Hospital Koerner Pavilion: Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy and Grand Valley State University presents “Providing Power Mobility Training for Children with Multiple, Severe Disabilities: The Grand Valley Power Mobility Project” – please RSVP by Oct 18 with Letitia Henville