Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is Canada’s leading community-driven breast cancer charity dedicated to funding relevant and innovative research and supporting and advocating for the breast cancer community. As the largest non-governmental funder of breast cancer research in Canada, our investments in research and training are improving what is known and understood about breast cancer, facilitating advancements in prevention, earlier detection, treatment, and survivorship support.
Since 1986, the Foundation has invested over $100 million in Ontario alone through grants made as a result of fundraising – investing in groundbreaking research, fellowships and community health promotion projects.
The 2015-2016 call for proposals is now closed.
The next call for proposals will be posted within
the first week of August, 2016.
ONTARIO REGION GRANTS
Researchers, physicians, allied health professionals, collaborative research teams, graduate students and post-graduate fellows from across Ontario will be invited to apply for funding through the Foundation’s peer-reviewed grant competitions.
Please click below for additional information on each program, including the mandatory Intent to Apply step, program objectives, eligibility criteria, and application instructions.
RESEARCH PROJECT GRANT PROGRAM
The Research Project Grant Program funds laboratory and pre-clinical investigations, clinical research, psychosocial, cancer control, survivorship, quality of life, and other breast cancer research projects. Proposed studies may include participatory, community-based methodologies. Funding requested for each project may not exceed $150,000 per year and $450,000 in total. Individual projects may have up to five years to complete.
To learn more about this opportunity please read the Research Project Grant Program Policy Handbook and theResearch Project Application User Manual.
The Fellowship Program supports research and/or academic or clinical training for graduate and post-graduate level scientists, physicians, and allied health professionals to pursue and develop expertise in breast cancer research and care.
To learn more about this opportunity please read theFellowship Program and Policy Handbook.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org specifying your interest in the Ontario Region Grant Programs.