Posts Categorized: Kidney Foundation of Canada

2020 Kidney Health Research Grant Competition- Full Application

The Kidney Foundation of Canada is pleased to announce that the value of this grant has increased to $120,000 over two years with a maximum of $60,000 per year. Applications for the 2020 Kidney Health Research Grant Competition must be completed via the on-line application system proposalCENTRAL www.proposalCentral.com. Please allow extra time to review the system before the registration… Read more »

2020 Kidney Health Research Grant Competition – LOI

The Kidney Foundation of Canada is pleased to announce that the value of this grant has increased to $120,000 over two years with a maximum of $60,000 per year. Applications for the 2020 Kidney Health Research Grant Competition must be completed via the on-line application system proposalCENTRAL www.proposalCentral.com. Please allow extra time to review the… Read more »

CIHR Early Career Investigators in Maternal, Reproductive, Child and Youth Health in Kidney Research

KRESCENT program has partnered with the CIHR Institute of Human Development, Child and Youth Health on a new funding opportunity for new investigators: CIHR Early Career Investigators in Maternal, Reproductive, Child and Youth Health in Kidney Research. Registration deadline: April 2, 2019 Application deadline: May 14, 2019 For more information about the opportunity, please visit:… Read more »

Kidney Foundation of Canada – Allied Health Research Granting Competition 2019

The applicant must submit a PDF copy of the full application (including all addenda and signatures) by email to chris.marquis@kidney.ca no later than October 15, 2018 by 11:59 pm EST. The purpose of the Allied Health Research Grant is to encourage research relevant to clinical practice in the areas of nephrology and organ donation. Preference will be given… Read more »

2018 Letter of Intent – Alport Syndrome Research Funding Program

The principal goal of the Alport Syndrome Foundation, Inc. (ASF), Pedersen Family, and the Kidney Foundation of Canada (KFOC) Funding Program is to find novel treatments to prevent kidney failure and hearing loss in all patients with Alport Syndrome. Types of Projects Sought Research projects with the potential to accelerate the development of new treatments… Read more »

KRESCENT New Investigator Award

The KRESCENT program New Investigator Award is awarded to individuals who have clearly demonstrated excellence during their pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training in kidney disease. The Award provides salary support for up to three years of the faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor or its equivalent at a Canadian University. The purpose of this… Read more »

KRESCENT Post-Doctoral Fellowship

A KRESCENT program Post-Doctoral Fellowship is an “in-training” award intended for applicants with a PhD, MD or equivalent degree. The objective is to attract and foster young investigators to initiate and/or continue training in kidney research. An awardee may not be in receipt of another major personnel award at the same time as holding the… Read more »

Biomedical Research Grant Competition – Full Application

The forms for the 2018 Biomedical Research Grant Competition are now available on the Foundation’s Website www.kidney.ca. Important Dates  2018 COMPETITION (two stage process) DEADLINE Registration Form September 01, 2017 Full Application October 01, 2017 For more information regarding The Kidney Foundation of Canada’s Research Program, please contact Elisabeth Fowler at 1-888-210-9894, ext. 104 or at elisabeth.fowler@kidney.ca.

Biomedical Research Grant Competition – Registration

The forms for the 2018 Biomedical Research Grant Competition are now available on the Foundation’s Website www.kidney.ca. Important Dates  2018 COMPETITION (two stage process) DEADLINE Registration Form September 01, 2017 Full Application October 01, 2017 For more information regarding The Kidney Foundation of Canada’s Research Program, please contact Elisabeth Fowler at 1-888-210-9894, ext. 104 or at… Read more »