The Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis (IMHA) funds health research in order to develop and support a well-trained base of investigators with the skills and expertise needed to design and conduct innovative and diverse research and knowledge translation activities aimed at improving health.
- Transforming Health with Integrated Care (THINC) - Implementation Science Teams Grants
- Network grants in skin health and muscular dystrophy
Current funding opportunities
One of the mechanisms for Institutes and Initiatives to achieve their mandates is by offering planning and/or dissemination grants within the Institute/Initiative Community Support (ICS) Program. The Planning and Dissemination Grants are intended to provide support for planning and/or dissemination activities (either virtual or in-person) consistent with the mandate of CIHR and relevant to CIHR Institutes and Initiatives.
CIHR is committed to promoting the inclusion and advancement of groups underrepresented in science as one of the means to enhance excellence in research, training and knowledge translation. Proposals must outline measures for how organizers of planning and dissemination events and activities will meaningfully engage members of groups underrepresented in science.
- Current IMHA funding opportunities on ResearchNet
Funding opportunities in progress (application deadline passed)
The Stars Career Development award was created to help firmly establish the career of early and mid-career investigators. This salary and research funding represents a three (3) year commitment by the Arthritis Society and CIHR-IMHA, together with an additional three (3) year commitment by the applicant’s Host Institution. The program provides funding to support research programs aligned with the Arthritis Society's 2020-2025 Research Strategy. The Arthritis Society will be accepting applications relevant to five research priority areas: arthritis pain, OA, IA, childhood and work.
The Healthy Cities Implementation Science (HCIS) Team Grants funding opportunity is offering grants focused on increasing our understanding of how to design, implement and promote the systematic and equitable uptake of evidence-based interventions (i.e. interventions that have been piloted or tested in a setting and found to be promising) in multiple urban environments to improve population health and well-being.
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