Early Career Investigators in Maternal, Reproductive, Child and Youth Health: Partner Linkage Tool

The aim of this Partnership Linkage Tool is to facilitate new collaborations between Applicant Funding Partners and Early Career Investigators. Partners with funding available, including charitable organizations, philanthropic foundation, or industry partners, are invited to share information about their priorities and details of any process/selection criteria associated with accessing this funding. Early Career Investigators are also invited to share their information and research focus for the attention of interested partners. If you would like to use this tool, please complete the linkage tool form.

Note that completing the form is voluntary and not a requirement of the application process for the Early Career Investigators in Maternal, Reproductive, Child and Youth Health funding opportunity. Also note that potential applicants and funding partners are not required to contact those who have chosen to make their information available through the linkage tool.

By completing and submitting this form, you are consenting to having the responses posted, uneditedFootnote 1 and in the language of submission. The information provided will be shared publically below and updated regularly. You may request to have your information edited or removed at any time by emailing Ruth.Warre@cihr-irsc.gc.ca. Requests for edits or removal of information will be actioned in the next update cycle. If you have requested that your name and information be removed and then choose to be reinstated on the list, it is your responsibility to fill the form in again.

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Many thanks for your interest in the Early Career Investigators in Maternal, Reproductive, Child and Youth Health program! Please check back weekly for updated information on potential partners.

Interested Applicant Funding Partners and Early Career Investigators


The information is provided in the language in which it was submitted by the respondent.

The table below shows information about Applicant Funding Partners and Early Career Investigators who are interested in forging partnerships in relation to the Early Career Investigators in Maternal, Reproductive, Child and Youth Health grants.

When the annual funding opportunity is open, responses received by Friday noon (EST) will be added to the appropriate list the following Wednesday, until the funding opportunity application deadline. Between competitions, Early Career Investigators’ details from the previous competition will be deleted and updates to both lists will be made on a monthly basis. Funding Partner information will remain on the list until a request for removal is received. Early Career Investigators who wish to be on the list for more than one round of the competition will need to submit a new form for each round.

Funding partners
Contact Info Research Focus/Area of Interest Additional Information
Leah Carr
Interim CEO
The New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) supports, coordinates and promotes all aspects of health research and innovation in New Brunswick. The long-term vision for the NBHRF is to provide leadership and support to enhance New Brunswick’s health research capacity and competitiveness, ultimately leading to improvements in health and economic opportunity. Up to $210,000 of matching funds will be available, from the NBHRF, to provide successful applicants with the funds required to match the CIHR contribution at 1:1. Researchers interested in being considered for the NBHRF partner matching funds must submit a detailed letter of request to the NBHRF by 31 March, 2020. Upon acceptance, the NBHRF will provide the Partnership Details form and letter of support required for application to the competition.
Muneerah Kassam
Manager, Partnerships
The Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR) is British Columbia’s health research funding agency. Funded by the province of BC, MSFHR helps develop, retain and recruit the talented people whose research improves the health of British Columbians, addresses health system priorities, creates jobs and adds to the knowledge economy. Limited matching funds may be available from the MSFHR through their Match Funding Opportunity program. Eligible applicants are invited to submit an application to MSFHR according to the instructions on the Match Funding Opportunity webpage, before 31 March, 2020.
Early Career Investigators
Contact Info Research Focus/Area of Interest Additional Information
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