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Funding for HBI Members

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Research Support

Provides targetted funding for equipment and innovative research projects.

Recruitment

Robertson Fund for Cerebral Palsy Research
April 12. Two grants of up to $30,000 are available

HBI/DCNS Pilot Research Fund Program (PFUN)
December 2. Funds early-phase studies in promising new directions of clinical brain research ($20,000).

HBI Small Equipment Repair and Replacement Initiative
December 1. ($10,000).

International Opportunities for HBI Members 
Supported by the RHISE program, open applications are available for research visits with international partners and proposals for new partnerships and initiatives.

Core Resources: Molecular Core Facility, Neuroimaging Research Unit, Regeneration Unit in Neurobiology (RUN) Facility

Job Opportunities

Education Support

Allows researchers to recruit trainees and enhance the HBI learning environment.

Education support

HBI Graduate Student Recruitment Program and HBI Postdoctoral Recruitment Program
Offsets the cost for prospective trainee visits ($700).

HBI Department of Neuroscience Education Award *NEW*
March 15. Supports faculty or postdoctoral fellows who make significant contributions to the educational mandate of the Department of Neuroscience ($1,000) .

Killam Faculty Awards
Nomination deadline August 10. Various awards available.

HBI External Examiner Travel Program
Enables examiners from outside Alberta to attend PhD defense ($1,500).

HBI Conference, Symposia and Workshop Grants
Enables participation of external experts in local meetings organized by HBI members ($1,000).

HBI Friday Seminar Series
Apply min. eight weeks in advance. Enables national and international speakers for seminar series ($2,300).

Campus Alberta Neuroscience

CAN

Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN) was developed to increase the connectedness, scope, scale, success and impact of neuroscience and mental health research, education and translation in Alberta. CAN’s best avenues for impact are through bringing people together to develop and enhance collaborations. CAN offers six programs to support the collaborative engagement of Alberta’s neuroscience community.Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN) was developed to increase the connectedness, scope, scale, success and impact of neuroscience and mental health research, education and translation in Alberta. CAN’s best avenues for impact are through bringing people together to develop and enhance collaborations. CAN offers six programs to support the collaborative engagement of Alberta’s neuroscience community.

Click here for CAN Funding Programs information