Brain Canada Foundation and the Azrieli Foundation are excited to announce a new open call for funding, the Early-Career Capacity Building Grants. Briefly, this program is targeting Early-Career Researchers, within 3 years of their first research or university appointment, and will provide $100,000 over 2 years that will enable innovative and original research with the high potential for a meaningful impact. The deadline for Full Applications will be April 17, 2018 (16:00-EST). Please refer to the request for applications for additional details (https://braincanada.ca/for-researchers/), and we encourage all eligible applicants ( english /french ) to contact email@example.com with any additional questions.
“Brain Canada has always believed in the importance of supporting the next generation of researchers – training awards for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows are an integral part of our research programs,” says Inez Jabalpurwala, President and CEO of Brain Canada. “With this new grant, we are bridging a gap by going beyond training awards to help early-career investigators launch their academic careers.” Supported by the Canada Brain Research Fund, the Early-Career Capacity Building Grant has the potential to be transformative at a time when there is a significant funding gap to support and retain Canada’s brightest early-career investigators, who are well positioned to make major contributions to Canadian brain research.
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