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March 22, 2021
Fall 2020 CIHR Project Grant Competition Results Annouced

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) recently announced the results of their Fall 2020 Project Grant competition, and the network is thrilled to announce that four CanVECTOR-led thrombosis studies were awarded project funding in this competition for a total of $2.78 million (CAD).

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January 13, 2021
Fall 2020 Research Fellowship Competition Awards Announced

CanVECTOR has awarded two trainees with Research Fellowship Awards in the Fall 2020 Research Training Awards competition. A total of $90,000 (CAD) in funding was granted in this competition to support research training in venous thromboembolism (VTE) at Canadian centres.

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December 04, 2020
Fall 2020 Research Start-up Competition Awards Announced

CanVECTOR has awarded six trainees with Research Start-up Awards in the Fall 2020 Research Start-up Awards competition. Competition winners were awarded up to $2,500 for VTE-related research projects for a total of $13,450 in competition funding.

 

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October 02, 2020
Fall 2020 CanVECTOR Studentship Award Competition - Postponed to Spring 2021

MONTREAL - October 2, 2020 - The CanVECTOR Studentship Award Competition for Fall 2020 is postponed to Spring 2021 (deadline to be announced at a later date). As CanVECTOR enters Phase 2 (2020-2025), the co-leads of the Basic/Translational Science platform, Drs. Paul Kim and Ed Conway, along with the co-leads of the Training, Mentoring and Early Career Development platform, Drs. Sudeep Shivakumar and Leslie Skeith, will be taking time to review how to better engage all basic science members and grow the basic science membership nationally...

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September 16, 2020
CanVECTOR COVID-19 VTE-Related Rapid Response Funding Competition Results Announced

MONTREAL, September 16, 2020 – In July 2020 CanVECTOR launched a special call for proposals to support research projects to enable network scientists to collect data to improve the understanding of COVID-19 in relation to venous thromboembolism (VTE) risk, diagnosis, prevention, management, and pathogenesis. The competition was launched in response to the urgent need to better understand the pathobiology and clinical implications of the viral infection that leads to the thrombosis-related morbidity and mortality seen with COVID-19.

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