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CORIS Newsletter

In This Week's Issue

  • Important announcements:
    • changes to NSERC RTI Program
    • 2017 SSHRC Competition updates
  • Funding opportunities from the Russell Sage Foundation and National Institute on Drug Abuse
  • Upcoming internal and external funding opportunity deadlines

Announcements

IMPORTANT CHANGES TO NSERC RTI PROGRAM

Update – Research Tools and Instruments (RTI) program

Further to a consultation with the research community about the Research Tools and Instruments (RTI) program, NSERC is returning to the processes that were in place before the establishment of university quotas (2014 to 2017). The university quotas will be removed and the 2018 RTI competition will be open to all eligible Canadian university researchers. Researchers will be able to participate in one application per competition, either as an applicant or a co-applicant, but not both.

The RTI program description and instructions will be updated accordingly and will be available at the beginning of August. The application for the RTI Program will be available in the NSERC Research Portal at the same time.  The deadline date for submitting an RTI application is October 25, 2017 at 8 p.m. (ET).

Due to the change in NSERC policy, there will be no internal adjudication process this year.

Further updates (available at the beginning of August), will be circulated via the CORIS Newsletter, once received.

2017 SSHRC Competition Updates

New information has been released regarding SSHRC’s Talent, Insight and Connection programs for the 2017-2018 competitions, as well as updates on several guidelines and program information. Please click here for more update details.

 


Funding Opportunities

National Institute on Drug Abuse: Neuroscience Research On Drug Abuse (R01)

Posted on Friday, June 23, 2017

The National Institute on Drug Abuse invites applications for its neuroscience research on drug abuse (R01). The funding opportunity is to support exploration of the neurobiological mechanisms underlying drug abuse, and addiction, with emphasis on changes that occur during chronic drug use, withdrawal and relapse....

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Russell Sage Foundation: Computational Social Science

Posted on Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Russell Sage Foundation invites proposals for its computational science program. This supports innovative social science research that brings new data and methods to bear on questions of interest in the foundation’s core programs in behavioural economics, future of work, race, ethnicity and immigration, and...

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Upcoming Deadlines

Internal Deadlines:

June 28, 2017: Mitacs Elevate Postdoctoral Fellowship

June 28, 2017: The Ministry of Community and Social Services…

July 7, 2017: IEEE Foundation Grants Program

External Deadlines:

June 26, 2017: Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba

June 28, 2017: 2017 OMAFRA New Directions Research Program…

July 1, 2017: The National Geographic Society Grants 

July 5, 2017: Mitacs Elevate Postdoctoral Fellowship

July 5, 2017: The Ministry of Community and Social Services…

July 7, 2017: Brain Canada Foundation: Multi-Investigator Research Initiative

July 7, 2017: The Ministry of Community and Social Services...

For a complete overview of current funding opportunity deadlines, please visit our calendar.

Please contact us if you have any questions.