Collaborative Health Research Projects (CHRP) – ResearchNet “Application” Phase Instructions
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How to Apply
To make sure you have access and permissions to the research application tools you'll need to apply with, refer to Before you begin.
To understand the general application process, refer to General Application Process.
To list the components that make up a complete application that are specific to this program, refer to A complete application consists of the following.
To get ResearchNet-specific information on a task-by-task basis, refer to Task Tips.
Before you begin
You must have submitted a successful Letter of Intent (LOI) to the corresponding CHRP LOI phase in order to be eligible to submit a full CHRP application. The full application phase can be accessed through CIHR's Funding Opportunity Database's list of current funding opportunities (i.e. this task will not be automatically generated within the Nominated Principal Applicant's ResearchNet account).
Make sure you have read the specific Funding Opportunity Details.
Make sure that all applicants (with the exception of collaborators) have the following or click the links to register:
General Application Process
- In ResearchNet, complete all tasks listed for your funding opportunity following the on-screen instructions in one of the official languages.
- Determine what signatures are needed for each part of your application. See the funding opportunity, and the Meaning of Signatures in the Grants and Awards Guide.
- Print the Signature pages, found in ResearchNet needed for the funding opportunity.
- Offline, obtain signatures for all signature pages, and for any other material needing signatures.
- Scan the signature pages.
- Upload the signed signature pages to ResearchNet as part of your submission before the application deadline date.
- Review the funding opportunity How to Apply section under the subsection entitled "Specific Instructions" and provide the additional information requested.
- Preview all components of your application in ResearchNet using the "Preview Application Materials" task to ensure that your application is complete. Indicate that you have verified the application for completeness on ResearchNet.
- Submit the completed electronic application to the Research Office of your Institution for e-Approval through ResearchNet by completing the "Consent and Submit Application" task on ResearchNet.
Note: CIHR cannot legally accept your application until you complete this task.
If you are experiencing technical difficulties with your ResearchNet account, or if you have any questions or difficulties in completing the CIHR specific content on ResearchNet, contact us Monday to Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
A complete application consists of the following
- Submitted ResearchNet Application
- Task 1. Identify Participants
- Task 2. Enter Proposal Information
- Task 3. Complete Summary of Research Proposal
- Task 4. Enter Budget Information
- Task 5. Attach Other Application Materials
- Task 6. Download Supplemental Application Information
- Task 7. Identify Application Partners
- Task 8. Peer Review Administration
- Task 9. Print/Upload Signature Pages
- Task 10. Preview Application Materials
- Task 11. Consent and Submit Application
- Additional Information as stated in the How to Apply section under the subsection entitled "Specific Instructions."
These Task Tips are not a comprehensive list of information required to ensure completeness. You should also read the Funding Opportunity Details and should also be familiar with CIHR funding policies.
The following instructions are CHRP specific. If there is a discrepancy between these instructions and those found on ResearchNet, please use these instructions to determine what is required.
Task 1: Identify Participants
This task collects information on all participants involved in your research application and the institution or organization that will receive funds if your application is successful. Consult the Individual Eligibility Requirements on the CIHR website for more information. The name of the Nominated Principal Applicant and Principal Applicant(s) must remain unchanged between the letter of intent and application. However, additional Principal Applicants, Co-applicants, Collaborators, and Knowledge Users (if applicable) may be identified.
New: Applicants will enter their Common CV (CCV) Confirmation number in ResearchNet as opposed to uploading a CCV .pdf file. This process is described below.
A CV is required for all participants, with the exception of collaborators.
The Nominated Principal Applicant, Other Principal Applicant(s) and Co-Applicants (if applicable) are required to include an Academic Common CV (CCV). CVs cannot be included for collaborators.
In order to attach a CV for the representative(s) from the Knowledge/Technology User organization(s), these individuals must be identified within the Identify Participants task as a Knowledge User and include a Knowledge User CCV. Personal CVs will not be accepted.
CIHR applicants will choose an Academic CV template (replaces Full Application CV) or a Knowledge User CV template, depending on their roles. See the "Eligibility" and the "How to Apply" sections of this funding opportunity to determine the CV requirements for each participant.
To produce an Academic CV, or a Knowledge User CV, please follow the instructions described below:
- Log in to the Common CV (CCV) system, then go to the CV menu on the top left of the page, and select "Funding".
- In the Funding Source field, select "CIHR" from the dropdown and click next. Select the appropriate CV type (i.e. Academic or Knowledge User), and click next.
- Enter data in each of the required sections, and click "Done" when finished each section. Validation is performed automatically, and if there are any errors, they will be displayed in each section. The validation rules follow the requirements set specifically by CIHR.
- The CV data entered in CCV can be viewed in PDF format by selecting "Preview". Read through the document to identify any changes that need to be made in CCV before submitting the CV to CIHR.
- Once satisfied with the information and output of the CV, click "Submit". A CCV confirmation number will be generated in the status message, and will also be located at the top of the CV PDF document. Record this confirmation number as it will be needed to link the CV to any research applications in ResearchNet.
- Return to ResearchNet and enter the CCV confirmation number under the "Identify Participants Task" (click "Edit" under the participant in question and input the CCV Confirmation Number where requested).
- If you wish to make changes to your Common CV after it has been linked to an application, you must repeat the steps described above. After the desired changes are made on the CCV website, the new CV will need to be submitted to CIHR, and this will generate a new CCV confirmation number, which will need to be updated in ResearchNet.
Please note that you can preview your CCV in ResearchNet by clicking on "Preview Registration Materials" on the Tasks page.
Note: During peak periods, there can be a delay between the time that you submit the CV and when ResearchNet is able to validate it. It is highly recommended that you submit your CV well in advance of the competition deadline.
All attachments must adhere to the guidelines for attachments on the Acceptable Application Formats and Attachments. Before preparing your proposal, please carefully review these instructions.
All documents must be in PDF format. The total size of the attached document(s) cannot exceed 30 MB.
Documents to attach in this section involve applicant Contribution Details and include:
- Most Significant Contributions
- Activities and Contributions
- Patents and Intellectual Property Rights
- Publication List
- Three of the four attachments allowed in this section can now be filled out in CCV. Only the "Most Significant Contributions" section will need to be submitted as an attachment for the foreseeable future, as the CCV is not currently able to capture this information.
- Each attachment has specific page limitations, which are described below.
- CIHR is taking a phased-in approach to the submission of Contribution Details in that applicants are encouraged to use the CCV to enter their contribution data, but that they may, for the time-being, continue to use attachments to capture Contribution Details.
- It is the hope of CIHR that the phasing-in process will provide sufficient time for the completion of some of the more labor-intensive fields (i.e. Publications).
- Career Interruption and Delays must be submitted through the CCV in the "Leaves of Absence" section.
1. Most Significant Contributions (Academic CV: 1 page max; Knowledge User CV: 6 pages max)
- Identify a maximum of five (5) contributions that best highlight your contribution to (or activities in) your field of research, defining the impact and relevance of each contribution. A contribution could be defined as a publication, literary or artistic work, conference, patent or intellectual property right, contract or creative activity, commission, etc.
- Please make sure to include the following information in your description of each contribution:
- Position/activity type and description
- Dates (start and end dates)
- Why the contribution is significant (i.e. relevance, target community, and impact)
2. Activities and Contributions (1 page max)
Note: For comparative purposes, this attachment applies to the "Activities" section and the "Presentations" sub-section of the "Contributions" section in the CCV.
The activities and contributions defined in this section should include descriptions of both academic and non-academic achievements, as well as their impacts, that have occurred in the past five (5) years. Examples of Activities/Contributions are included below. The list is not meant to be exhaustive, but is merely intended to provide guidance as to what may constitute activities/contributions.
- Thesis examination committees (indicate the author, title of thesis, and university)
- Consulting/contract activities
- Research development
- Supervisory experience (e.g. training of students)
- Mentorship experience
- International Collaborations
- Technology transfers (specify the nature of the activity and the target audience)
- Involvement in public, private, or non-profit sector activities
- Policy papers
- Presentations as guest speaker (public or invited lectures)
- Knowledge translation/Dissemination activities
- Trainees might mention development of a graduate seminar program, journal club, or similar activity
If some of the activities/contributions that you include do not seem to support the research theme of the team or centre to which you belong, please provide the necessary explanations for the discrepancy.
3. Patents and Intellectual Property Rights (1 page max)
Note: For comparative purposes, this attachment applies to the "Intellectual Property" sub-section of the "Contributions" section in the CCV.
This section should include details for patents and intellectual property rights for technology transfer, products, and services. Do not include publications in this section.
Where appropriate, please include information regarding the title, patents, or intellectual property rights number and date, country(ies) of issue, the name of the inventors and assignee(s), as well as the relevance or impact of the stated item.
4. Publications List (no page limit)
Note: For comparative purposes, this attachment applies to the "Publications" sub-section of the "Contributions" section in the CCV.
List your publications over the past five (5) years according to the categories described below. The list is not meant to be exhaustive, but is merely intended to provide guidance as to what constitutes a publication. Categories can be added as needed. Use only items pertinent to the application. There is no limit to the number of pages you can use.
Please organize this section using each of the Categories as separate "Headings", and maintaining the headings in the same order as presented below. In all instances, use the reference format for complete bibliographical notes of each original publication. Indicate the source of funding, if applicable.
- Published refereed papers (original articles published in journals with editorial review)
- Accepted or in press refereed papers (attach acceptance letters)
- Submitted refereed papers
- Published books and monographs (as author or editor)
- Accepted or in press books and monographs
- Submitted books and monographs
- Published contributions to a collective work and book chapters (including chapters written on invitation or collective works derived from conferences or symposiums)
- Accepted or in press contributions to a collective work and book chapters (including chapters written on invitation or collective works derived from conferences or symposiums)
- Presentations as guest speaker (including conferences, presentations, demonstrations, workshops intended for a non-academic audience, according to the type of audience)
- Published abstracts/number of notes (including name of journal, title of article, and date submitted)
- Accepted or in press abstracts/number of notes (including name of journal, title of article, and date submitted)
- Submitted abstracts (including name of journal, title of article, and date submitted)
- Research reports or reports produced for the government
- Articles in professional or cultural journals without review committee (including popularized texts)
- Research or technical reports
Task 2: Enter Proposal Information
This task collects information related to your research project.
Your Project Title is the way that CIHR identifies your research project. For this reason, your Project Title should not change between LOI and application stages.
Provide a title for your project that is in a language clear to members of the general public. Lay titles are used by CIHR to inform the public and Parliament about the valuable research supported through public funds.
Describe your project in a way that is accessible to a lay audience. Be sure to indicate how your proposed research can improve personal health, the health of populations and/or the health delivery system. This information is used by CIHR to inform the public and Parliament about the valuable research supported through public funds.
Institution that will administer the funds for your project. This institution must be an institution eligible to receive funds from NSERC.
If you are awarded a grant, the necessary certification requirements must be met in accordance with policies on ethical conduct of research. Relevant policies:
- Agreement on the Administration of Agency Grants and Awards by Research Institutions
- CIHR Funding Policies
Note: Not all funding opportunities include or allow trials. The Clinical Trial and Randomized Controlled Trial questions below may or may not appear on your application - consult the funding opportunity for information regarding these questions. For further information on the trials policy, refer to the TCPS 2-2nd edition of Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans.
Does this Application Contain a Randomized Controlled Trial?
Indicate if this application includes a randomized controlled trial. Refer to the funding opportunity on specific requirements for randomized controlled trials for the program to which you are applying.
In order to carry out the proposed research in this application, is an exemption from Health Canada under Section 56 of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act required? (Trainees are exempt and should answer No)
Indicate if your proposed research is such that an exemption from Health Canada under Section 56 of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) will be required. Consult the Department of Justice website for details regarding Section 56 of the CDSA and the Health Canada website for details regarding obtaining an exemption under Section 56 of the CDSA.
Does this application propose research involving Indigenous Peoples?
Indicate if your application proposes research involving Indigenous Peoples. This information will be used for statistical purposes only.
Are sex (biological) considerations taken into account in this study?
Indicate if sex (biological) considerations are taken into account in this study. For a guide to sex and gender based analysis, please consult the CIHR website.
Are gender (socio-cultural) considerations taken into account in this study?
Indicate if gender (socio-cultural) considerations are taken into account in this study. For a guide to sex and gender based analysis, please consult the CIHR website.
If YES, please describe how sex and/or gender considerations will be considered in your research design (limit of 2000 characters).
If NO, please explain why sex and/or gender are not applicable in your research design (limit of 2000 characters).
Applicants whose proposed research will involve Indigenous Peoples, please consult Ethics of Health Research Involving First Nations, Inuit and Métis People.
Definitions of Levels may be found in the PHAC laboratory biosafety guidelines.
CIHR must review proposals for potential impacts on the environment in accordance with the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.
Provide keywords to describe your research project, the techniques and the methodologies it will employ, and the areas of interest.
- Refer to the NSERC Research Subject Codes when completing the first four descriptors.
- In project descriptors #1 and #2 enter the word and 4 digit number identifying the Research Subject Code.
- In project descriptors #3 and #4 enter the word and number identifying the Area of Application Code.
- In project descriptors #5 through #10, enter the keywords describing your research project, the techniques and the methodologies it will employ, and the areas of interest.
Areas of Research
Select the areas of research that best describe your proposal from the list provided.
Select the classifications that best describe your proposal from the list provided.
Select a primary theme classification. Indicate additional theme classifications only if the substance of the grant application significantly overlaps more than one theme. Consult the definition of the four CIHR Themes on the CIHR website for more information.
Select a primary CIHR Institute whose research mandate is related to this application's research area(s) and objective(s). Additional Institutes should only be selected if the substance of this grant application significantly overlaps with the research mandate of more than one Institute.
All attachments must adhere to the guidelines for attachments on the Acceptable Application Formats and Attachments.
Research Proposal (attachment)
Describe your proposal addressing the evaluation criteria for the CHRP program. Please refer to the Evaluation Criteria section of the funding opportunity. Applicants are encouraged to use headings representative of each criterion in the Research Proposal. A maximum of 10 pages may be attached.
Additionally, please provide details on:
- your recent progress in research activities related to the proposal;
- the objectives: both within the time frame of this project and for the long term;
- the literature pertinent to the proposal; and
- the methods and proposed approach.
The Research Proposal attachment should stand alone (i.e., it should contain all the information required to support your research plan and should contain a self-contained complete description of your project).
The Research Proposal attachment should be text only and is limited to the number of pages as outlined above. Title pages and table of contents, at the beginning or elsewhere in the document, will count towards the total pages allowed. If figures, tables, etc. are nevertheless embedded in the Research Proposal document, they will also count toward the page limit. Any pages beyond the limit will be removed by CIHR staff.
Please combine any references, tables, charts, figures and photographs together in the Research Proposal Appendix (separate attachment - see below). Be sure to label your figures. Legends should be succinct and should not contain detailed information pertaining to methods.
Research Proposal Appendix
Appendices may include items such as, references, tables, charts, figures, photographs, questionnaires, RCT methods, and consent forms.
Note : For the purpose of merit review, the research proposal should not depend on information in the Research Proposal appendix, other than references, tables, charts, figures and photographs, that are not included in the page limit of the research proposal. Reviewers are under no obligation to read the Research Proposal appendix other than to read references, tables, charts, figures and photographs.
Response to Previous Reviews
If you are resubmitting an unsuccessful application, you may respond to previous reviewer's comments. Your response should not require reference to any other document, because reviewers will not have access to previous application information. Maximum one page.
Task 3: Complete Summary of Research Proposal
Using the text box provided, state the objectives of the proposed research project and summarize the scientific approach, highlighting the novelty and expected significance of the work. Note that your summary cannot exceed one page. Ensure that you are using 12pt font and that the text submitted has not been truncated.
Task 4: Enter Budget Information
This task collects information on the budget for your research project.
Financial Assistance Requested
In the column entitled "No.", provide an estimate of the number of human resources required for a full year for each human resources type listed. For part-time and/or shared resources, indicate fractions (e.g., 0.5). In the "Salary" and "Stipend" columns, provide the pro-rated salary/stipend amount for each human resources type.
- In the 'CIHR' column, please indicate the total amount requested from the CHRP program. Also include the total budget for the research project.
- Contributions from supporting organizations (including the Knowledge/Technology User organization) should be included in the "Other Funding Sources" columns. The accompanying budget justification should further clarify the CIHR/NSERC requested amounts and the partner contributions.
- The Salary + Benefits columns must equal the CIHR + Cash + In-Kind columns.
- Amounts must be in Canadian funds.
- If the operating base changes for subsequent years, provide estimates for each year accordingly.
- Information on eligibility of expenses and employment under grants is found in the Tri-Agency (CIHR, NSERC & SSHRC) Financial Administration Guide, Use of Grant Funds.
- Individuals paid from grants are not employees of CIHR.
- Each budget item must include the applicable provincial and federal taxes and should be calculated using the after-rebate tax rates. After rebate tax rates are available on the Canada Revenue Agency website. For the tax rate, consult your institution.
Financial Assistance Requested Details
Provide a full justification for all budget items relative to the proposed research.
If you include a need for research personnel and trainees, state their roles and explain why you require the level (in terms of qualifications and salary) that you are requesting.
Itemize the expendables and services; for example, number and cost of animals, nature and amounts of reagents, numbers of subjects, or number and cost of printing survey instruments. For travel requests, indicate the purpose of the trip(s), the people that will be traveling, and their destination(s).
For maintenance and/or equipment items included in this operating budget, indicate:
- the anticipated extent of utilization;
- reasons for choice of specific type, model or service contract, in relation to alternatives; and
- where applicable, the necessity for the service contract.
Cost Quotations / Quotation Support Letters
For service contracts costing more than $10,000, at least one cost quotation must be attached. In addition, explain why is it necessary to outsource this service as opposed to having it done in-house.
For single items of equipment costing more than $10,000, and up to $25,000, at least one cost quotation must be attached. For single items costing more than $25,000, a letter from the Authorized Official at the Institution Paid attesting that the equipment is not currently available, plus at least two competitive quotes, must be attached.
This information can be included in the Financial Assistance Requested Details attachment or as a separate Quotation Support Letter.
Note: No other information may be included in the "Budget Attachments" section other than that described above in the "Financial Assistance Requested Details" and the "Cost Quotations/Quotation Support Letters". Any additional material will be removed from the application prior to being sent to reviewers.
Estimate the number of hours per week each applicant will be working on the research project.
For personnel who will be paid on the grant, for example research assistants or technicians, list their position at the time of application, their current salary rate ($/annum, excluding benefits) and their current source of funding.
Task 5: Attach Other Application Materials
The following documents must be attached as an "Other" document type:
Form 183A, a signed letter of support from the organization, a company or organization profile (if applicable), a statement of ownership (if applicable), and justification for non-Canadian partner(s) (if applicable) must be saved as one PDF per partner. Where the supporting organization is a government organization, the letter of support must be signed by a Director General (or an individual occupying a position at an equivalent level). The knowledge/technology user organizations identified in your LOI must be included in your full application. You may add additional knowledge/technology user organizations in your full application; however, the organization identified in your LOI must also be included.
Reminder: The contact person for the Knowledge/Technology User Organization cannot be identified as Nominated Principal applicant, Principal Applicant, Co-applicant or Collaborator.
Letter of Support
The letter of support from each knowledge/technology user organization must include:
- the organization's support for and agreement with the proposal submitted to CHRP;
- the reasons for being involved in the proposed collaboration;
- how the organization expects to integrate the results into its operations or to otherwise benefit from the anticipated outcomes;
- the further effort required to exploit the results in Canada;
- the potential for benefit to the Canadian economy and the relevant time frame;
- the anticipated interaction of the organization's personnel with researchers from postsecondary institutions;
- the contribution to the direct costs of the research, in cash and in-kind, as stated in the research proposal; and
- if applicable, a description of the R&D programs with details of any public funding received that is directly related to the application.
When the knowledge/technology user organization is a government organization, the letter of support must be signed by a Director General (or an individual occupying a position at an equivalent level).
Note: The review committee reads these letters carefully to assess the degree of commitment of the knowledge/technology user applicant(s). Knowledge/technology users are advised to personally write their letters, rather than sign a template letter.
Partner Profile (if applicable)
When the knowledge/technology users are private sector organizations, provide a concise profile of each organization (not more than 1/2 page), including the nature of its operations (including production, manufacturing, provision of services, commercial activities, etc.) in Canada and its existing or planned capacity to use project results in the Canadian based operations. Please note that reference to the company's Web site is not acceptable in lieu of the 1/2 page company profile.
Partner Justification for non-Canadian Partners (if applicable)
Private sector organizations must have the capacity to apply the research results in a way that generates wealth or economic activity in Canada. Under very exceptional circumstances, non-Canadian based private sector organizations that can demonstrate firm commitments to create the previously described economic benefits to Canada will be considered and must be appropriately justified (1 page maximum).
Statement of Ownership (if applicable)
If an applicant or co-applicant has ownership in a sponsoring company, include a statement that demonstrates how the relationship complies with the NSERC guidelines for researcher-owned companies.
Further instructions regarding Form 183A are available on NSERC's web site.
Intellectual property agreement (if applicable):
Include a copy of the research or intellectual property agreement that exists between the academic institution and any supporting organizations (see the NSERC Policy on Intellectual Property in the Program Guide for Professors). An application will be accepted even if a signed copy of the intellectual property agreement between the supporting organizations and the academic institution is not available at the time of submission (the agreement can be sent as a follow-up). Such agreements are considered confidential and are not made available to peer reviewers.
You may also attach:
- Letters from Collaborators who are expected to make a significant contribution, confirming their willingness to participate in the manner indicated.
- Letters in general support for the research, the researcher or the research team should not be appended and may be removed.
- Questionnaires and consent forms, if applicable.
Ensure that each distinct document is attached as a separate PDF file.
Task 6: Download Supplemental Application Information
Under the Supplemental Application Information task, you must download, complete and upload the "Activity schedule" table. In this table, list the activities/steps required to achieve the objectives for each year of the grant. Indicate the start and end dates for the activities leading to the milestones, as well as the major results expected.
The milestone definition and the work plan will be used to assess whether a program is feasible and whether the available resources are adequate to complete it on schedule.
Task 7: Identify Application Partners
Complete the "Partnership Details" information on ResearchNet for your Knowledge/Technology User organization(s). The amounts listed must match the "Other funding sources" contribution entered in the Budget Details screens. Upload the form(s) as the "Partnership Details" document type. No signature is required on the Partnership Details form since each Knowledge/Technology User organization will be signing Form 183A.
Task 8: Peer Review Administration
This task collects information used for the purpose of peer review administration.
Suggested External Reviewers
Suggest Canadian and/or foreign reviewers that you feel have the expertise to review your application. CIHR reserves the right to make the final selection of external reviewers. You should not suggest reviewers in conflict of interest. Consult the Conflict of Interest and Confidentiality Policy of the Federal Research Funding Organizations for more information.
Due to the multidisciplinary nature of the CHRP program, the use of external reviews forms an important part of the CHRP adjudication process. Applicants are therefore encouraged to provide as many suggestions for external reviewers as possible. If you have not provided a minimum of eight external reviewers at the LOI stage, please provide suggestions. If you have provided this information you may still add additional suggestions.
Reviewers to Exclude
Provide the names of individuals that you feel cannot provide an objective review of your application.
Future Committee Member Nominations
Nominate individuals that you feel would be appropriate as reviewers for a particular peer review committee.
Task 9: Print/Upload Signature Pages
This Funding Opportunity participates in the eApproval process. This means that when the applicant submits their application, it will be electronically directed to the Research Institution for review and approval. The eApproval process allows Administrators at a Research Institution to review and electronically approve applications for which the applicant has identified their institution as the Institution Paid. Once the applications are reviewed and approved by the Research Institution, they will submit the applications electronically to CIHR on behalf of the applicant. When completing the application on ResearchNet, detailed instructions on the eApproval process are available in the "Electronic Approval tool for Research Institutions - Applicant's Guide" under the Project Details task.
- Print the signature page PDF file which is found on ResearchNet.
- Obtain all required signatures.
- Scan and upload the signed signature pages in the Print/Upload Signature Pages task in ResearchNet prior to submitting your application.
- All necessary signatures must be obtained and uploaded on ResearchNet prior to the Research Institution's deadline date. You must submit your signature pages to the Research Office so that the Institution can approve and submit the application to CIHR through ResearchNet.
- When the Research Office electronically approves and forwards your application to CIHR, they are, in fact, confirming that all required signatures have been obtained.
Task 10: Preview Application Materials
Review all components of your application. If a task is incomplete, you must provide the missing information to successfully submit your application.
Task 11: Consent and Submit Application
You must review the terms listed and respond to the questions regarding consent in order to submit your application.
You must click Submit to send your application to CIHR.
t is highly recommended that you submit your application well ahead of the CIHR deadline. If your research office returns the application to you with comments or questions and you cannot address these before the CIHR competition deadline, your application will not be accepted by CIHR. Many institutions have internal deadlines for receipt of applications ahead of the CIHR deadlines, please confirm with your institution.
Since January 3, 2011 the CIHR deadline time for receipt of all applications is 20:00 ET.
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