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2021 COMPETITIONS

We will be running all three annual competitions (Kidney Health Research Grant, KRESCENT and Allied Health Kidney); however, the launch of the competitions has been pushed to 2021 and the funding start date to October 1st.  Please note that the application deadlines for the Kidney Health Research Grant competition were changed. The timelines for KRESCENT and Allied Health Kidney remain the same.

  • Kidney Health Research Grants 2021 timetable

    Application Platform Opens:  January 2021
    Registration Deadline:  February 1, 2021
    Full Application Deadline:  March 15, 2021
    Anticipated Date for Notice of Award:  July 2021 
    Funding Start Date:  October 2021
     

  • KRESCENT Competition 2021 timetable
    (New Investigator Awards, Post-Doctoral Fellowships)

    Application Platform Opens:  January 2021
    Registration Deadline:  N/A
    Full Application Deadline:  February 1, 2021
    Anticipated Date for Notice of Award:  July 2021 
    Funding Start Date:  October 2021
  • Allied Health Kidney Competition 2021 timetable
    (Grants, Doctoral Fellowships, Scholarships)

    Application Platform Opens:  February 1, 2021
    Registration Deadline:  N/A
    Full Application Deadline:  March 1, 2021
    Anticipated Date for Notice of Award:  July 2021 
    Funding Start Date:  October 2021

 

KFOC CIHR partnership on Team Grants: Diabetes Mechanisms and Translational Solutions

NEW: Letters of Intent are due December 9, 2020.  For more information, please visit ResearchNet.

The Kidney Foundation of Canada is pleased to partner with the CIHR Institute of Nutrition, Metabolism and Diabetes on the 100 Years of Insulin research initiative and to announce the competition launch for Team Grants: Diabetes Mechanisms and Translational Solutions. Through this partnership with CIHR and in line with its mission, The Kidney Foundation wishes to support research relevant to interventions, strategies and treatments to prevent the development and slow the progression of diabetic kidney disease and improve outcomes for patients. The Kidney Foundation will commit $1,000,000 to co-fund a $2,000,000 multidisciplinary team grant focused on diabetic kidney disease within this competition.