Arthritis Society of Canada: Training Graduate PhD Salary Award
Research Admin Offices:
Our research funding is always contingent on the generosity of our donors.
The maximum award per application is $35,000 annually for up to three years ($105,000 total). These awards are non-renewable.
Please note the matching funds required for this program:
- The program provides 50% of the salary award to successful applicants. The other 50% of the award funding must come from one or more partners (government, industry, NFP or academic institution) or be allocated from an existing research agency grant.
- Successful candidates will receive up to $17,500 annually from Arthritis Society Canada for this award.
- Health Sciences
Internal Deadline:April 3, 2023
Sponsor Deadline:April 17, 2023
This opportunity supports a doctoral graduate student studying one of the following: arthritis pain, osteoarthritis research, inflammatory arthritis, childhood arthritis, or work-related research for people with arthritis.
To be considered eligible for this award, applicants must:
- Be engaged in full-time training in research in a Canadian graduate school program leading to a PhD;
- Be within the first three years of a PhD training program at the time of the application deadline; and
- Be working on a research project with clear relevance to the research priority areas in Arthritis Society Canada’s 2020-25 Research Strategy.
The roles and responsibilities of the Trainee and Host Institution in the management of Arthritis Society Canada’s research and training funds are defined on the Arthritis Society Canada website.
If applying from the Faculty of Health Sciences, unless otherwise indicated, you no longer need to send documents to HRS Intake. Your first point of contact is your assigned Senior Grants Advisor.