Funding opportunities for McCaig Institute members
The McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health offers the following competitive funding opportunities for institute members:
Clinician-Scientist Collaboration Seed Grants
These non-renewable internal awards are intended to support projects or generate pilot data that will develop or strengthen collaborations between clinicians and McCaig Institute investigators. Candidates for clinician-scientist collaboration seed grants are invited to form teams of at least two (2) individuals: a scientist and a clinician. Teams must consist of at least one McCaig Institute member and the proposed research activity must be related to bone and joint health. Successful teams will be awarded $10,000.
Distinguished Speaker Series
We are accepting applications for the Distinguished Speaker Series on an ongoing basis. The series promotes higher learning and collaboration at the McCaig Institute. Proposed speakers should be national and international leaders in bone, joint and muscle health research. Up to four speakers per academic calendar year funded, with a maximum travel/event budget of $3,000 CDN per visit.
McCaig Institute Open Access Authors' Fund
The new McCaig Institute Open Access Authors' Fund subsidizes reasonable article processing charges (APCs) for fully open access scholarly articles, books, and book chapters produced by full members of the McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health as well as their graduate students and postdoctoral researchers of the McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health fellows. Open access is the provision of unrestricted access to journal articles and other scholarly information published via the web.
Other funding opportunities
University of Calgary funding: