|Sponsored by||Kidney Foundation of Canada|
|Type Of Funding||Fellowship|
|Type of Degree||Postdoc|
|Field Of Study||Biological & Medical Sciences|
|Universities||any Canadian University|
|Eligibility Citizenship||Canadian citizen and permanent resident|
Graduate Scholarship Description
Biomedical Research Grants provide financial support to medical researchers to assist in defraying the operating costs of research, which may include the purchase of materials, supplies and equipment and the payment of laboratory assistants.
Scholarship awarded on basis of :
Biomedical Research Grants provide financial support to medical researchers to assist in defraying the operating costs of research.
Additional important information
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 2014
The Biomedical Research Grants Policies 2014 Competition, supersede all previous Kidney Foundation of Canada Biomedical Research Grants Policies.
Applicants should always refer to the latest version. The Kidney Foundation of Canada may, without notice, alter the programs or terms of a grant. Any major changes will be announced immediately on the KFOC website at www.kidney.ca.
The Kidney Foundation of Canada reserves the right to interpret these guidelines and policies. Applicants should contact the Director, National Research Programs, or the Coordinator, Research Grants and Awards as required.
To apply: Contact Or Go Here
National Office - 300-5165 Sherbrooke Street West,
Montreal, QC H4A 1T6
Tel.: (514) 369-4806 / 1-800-361-7494
Though applicants at all stages of their research career are eligible for funding. The Kidney Foundation wishes to give priority to new investigators in the field of kidney research.
This is defined by the fact that at the time of application, the Nominated Principal Applicant has held his/her first faculty position for no more than 36 months.
In such cases, the application should be accompanied by a letter from the Departmental Chair indicating the nature of the university appointment, the facilities being provided and the research potential of the candidate as well as a letter from the most recent research supervisor describing the candidate's training and research potential.
Application forms (if available)
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