2017 CSCI-CIHR Resident Research Awards

ANNUAL RESIDENT RESEARCH PRIZE PROGRAM
Co-Sponsored by CSCI and the CIHR

CSCI/CIHR RESIDENT RESEARCH PRIZE 2017

Important Note: Only participating Medical Schools will be eligible for this prize. To know if your school is participating please contact Rob Gallaher, CSCI Association Manager at: info@csci-scrc.ca.

This prize of $1,000 will be awarded annually for the best resident research project conducted during a RCPSC/CFPC training program at each Canadian medical school.  Funding to support this initiative is provided by the Canadian Society for Clinical Investigation and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

PRIZE

A) $1,000 per resident in each medical school

B) complimentary CSCI membership for two years

C) a certificate signed by the CIHR and CSCI presidents

ADJUDICATION

Each medical school is free to choose its own adjudication process, but the adjudication committee must include the postgraduate education dean (or her/his delegate), and a clinical investigator who is a member of CSCI. For example, the adjudication committee might choose an awardee by reviewing written submissions (abstracts or manuscripts) from the winners of existing division and department residents’ research competitions.

PRESENTATION OF THE AWARD

The award is presented to the winner by a CSCI member of the faculty. The winner is expected to make a short presentation on some aspect of clinical research. The presentation could be part of an existing division/department teaching activity e.g. Grand Rounds.

APPLICATION AND DEADLINE

Candidates should apply to the appropriate office at their faculty of medicine. Candidates should not apply directly to the CSCI. The deadline for nominations is July 17, 2017. Faculties of medicine should then send their completed nominations to the CSCI office.

CSCI-CIHR RRP CRITERIA and APPLICATION FORM 2017 – Download: CSCI-CIHR RRP CRITERIA and APPLICATION English 2017 csci-cihr-rrp-criteria-and-application-english_2017  [PDF]


 


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