Neha Dinesh, PhD student in the Reinhardt lab, won the Iozzo Trainee Award at the combined conference of the American Society for Matrix Biology, the American Society for Investigative Pathology, and the Histochemical Society held in Salt Lake City, Utah from Oct 22-25, 2023. The title of her contribution was “Fibronectin-Mediated Physiological and Pathological Mechanisms in Skeletal Development”. The Iozzo Trainee Award is given to a graduate student who has demonstrated outstanding contributions to the field of matrix biology and a continuing commitment to matrix biology research.
Fifty projects covering broad range of health research topics receive support
By Neale McDevitt, Editor, McGill Reporter
JANUARY 30, 2020
CIHR awarded 385 health research projects across the country totalling approximately $275 million. Fifty of the projects awarded research grants are led by McGill researchers.
Five members of the Yan P. Lin Centre and Research Group on Democracy, Space and Technology (RGDST) were one of 13 teams in the successful “Quality in Canada's Built Environment: Seeking Equity, Social Value and Sustainability” SSHRC Partnership Grant worth $2,500,000. This unprecedented grant will assure the collaboration of a total of 14 universities, 70 researchers and 68 public and private organizations from every level of government across the country.
Congratulations to Mohd Saqib, PhD candidate at the School of Information Studies, on receiving the prestigious Fonds de Recherche du Quebec; Nature et Technologies scholarship. The FRQNT scholarship is awarded on basis of research and academic merit.
A brief summary of his research:
Congratulations to Masters in Information Studies - Project student Connor Sin-Chan as a recipient of the SSHRC Canada Graduate Student - Masters scholarship!
After a careful review of all applications, 7 grant awardees for the microresearch and NCD grants for graduate students have been selected. You can see the list of winning projects here. Congratulations to the winners!
The GNCDA 2021 calls for grant proposals which was published on June 5, 2021 have been extended! These grants are designed for graduate students, health professionals and medical residents. Whilst the eligibility criteria and requirements remain the same, the deadlines have been extended by one month.
To see the requirements or to apply, review the funding page.
Fulbright opportunities for Canadian faculty for the 22/23 academic year.
Our grants support research with colleagues across the U.S. for a 4 to 9-month period, applications are accepted through November 15th, 2021, and these opportunities are for a start date of September 2022 or January 2023.
The available opportunities, as well as all the eligibility and application requirements, are listed below:
Spring application deadlines for DAAD's Short-Term Research Grant (PhDs and Postdocs), Research Stays (Faculty) and German Studies Research Grant.