The Grant-in-Aid (GIA) program provides operating funds to support important, pertinent, novel research in the areas of heart disease and stroke. GIA funding promotes research discovery, exploration and innovation across all health research themes. Knowledge gained from scientific findings contributes to the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular health of Canadians through prevention, treatment and recovery. Research is supported across the four health research themes: Basic biomedical; Clinical; Health services/systems; and Social, cultural, environmental and population health. Researchers at all career stages are encouraged to apply to the GIA program. Principal Investigators (and co-PIs) must have a full-time academic or faculty appointment (i.e., at minimum, at the assistant or clinical assistant professor level) in Canada at the time of application. Please visit the scholarship's website for more information.
Must not be attending high school currently
How to Apply
What you'll need:
Other - Research proposal, Letter/confirmation of appointment at an institution, Budget justification