Funding is available for graduate students and health professionals who are interested in conducting patient-oriented research
NL SUPPORT and Quality of Care NL are excited to announce that funding is available for graduate students and health professionals who are interested in conducting patient-oriented research. At least one grant for each funding opportunity will be designated for research led by an Indigenous student/health professional or in partnership with an Indigenous community:
GRADUATE STUDENT FUNDING
NL SUPPORT’s annual educational funding competition has reopened for new or current graduate students with an interest in translational, applied or other patient-oriented research. Funding is available for up to two years for an MSc and three years for a PhD student, beginning January 2022. The value of this award will be for a maximum of $14,000/year for Masters’ students and $18,000/year for PhDs. For details, guidelines and application materials, visit https://www.nlsupport.ca/Funding/Educational-Funding-Opportunities
HEALTH PROFESSIONAL FUNDING
NL SUPPORT invites health professionals working actively in a clinical role who would like to move into research or have a specific question with a patient-oriented research focus to apply to our annual health professional-led funding competition. Up to five grants of up to $10,000 each will be awarded. For details, guidelines and application materials, visit https://www.nlsupport.ca/Funding/Health-Professional-led-Research-Grants
Inquiries about these funding opportunities?
Contact: NL SUPPORT’s Julia Elizabeth Burt firstname.lastname@example.org