CADTH Recognition Awards – Deadline for Nominations Jan. 30

Do you know someone who has been a leader and champion of health technology assessment (HTA), or perhaps a rising star with the potential to significantly advance this field of research? Nominations are now being accepted for two prestigious awards for outstanding achievement in the field of HTA in Canada. (more…)

Call for Nominations: Research Advisory Council 2017, Prostate Cancer Canada

Prostate Cancer Canada has been successful in supporting important, innovative research to improve the understanding of, and the effects of prostate cancer on men. The Research Advisory Council (RAC) has played a pivotal role in this. RAC ensures Prostate Cancer Canada funds only the research that has the greatest potential (more…)

Innovative Approaches to Optimal Cancer Care in Canada – Abstract Submission Open

Submit your Abstract for the Innovative Approaches to Optimal Cancer Care in Canada, taking place April 7-8, 2017 in Toronto, Ontario. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to connect with cancer care colleagues from across Canada and learn about innovative approaches to enhance the quality of care. This conference is targeted to clinicians, leaders, and key stakeholders in cancer control in Canada. Through (more…)

PostDoctoral Fellow – Population Data BC

Population Data BC is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow for a two-year term, with possibility for extension, to take significant leadership in a timely applied research project that will engage with the public to reform governance of access to research resources. Developments in data, technology, researcher desires, and public expectations have (more…)

POGO Research Talk – Fri. Oct. 7, in-person and online options

Location: POGO Boardroom, 1014- 480 University Ave, Toronto, webinar connection details below the description Come join the POGO Research Unit for a talk by Dr. Karen J. Wernli, Assistant Investigator, Group Health Research Institute, Seattle Washington. Title: What is the current state of end of life care in adolescent and young (more…)

ICBP – Call for Expressions of Interest

Investigating how variations in patient pathways and the organisation of health systems impact on international differences in cancer outcomes The International Cancer Benchmarking Partnership (ICBP) is calling for expressions of interest from teams, consortia or collaborations with expertise in a range of specialities including statistical and qualitative analysis, health systems (more…)

Post-Doctoral Fellow position at St. Michael’s Hospital, Toronto, ON

Position:  Postdoctoral Fellow Organization: St. Michael’s Hospital Department:  Surgery/Oncology Health Services Research Status: Temporary Full time (2 years) Salary: Competitive Position Overview We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join our research team in Dr. Nancy Baxter’s Health Services Research Unit, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute St. Michael’s Hospital. The (more…)
The Canadian Centre for Applied Research in Cancer Control

*** Announcing the 2016/17 ARCC Seed Grant Competition ***

ARCC is pleased to announce the launch of our 2016/17 Seed Grant competition. The purpose of the ARCC Seed Grant program is to provide initial ‘start-up’ funding for new or existing researchers to conduct research. The proposed research is to be in an area that is relevant to ARCC, specifically (more…)
The Canadian Centre for Applied Research in Cancer Control

***Announcing the 2016/17 ARCC Studentship Competition***

ARCC is pleased to announce the launch of our 2016/17 Studentship Competition. Several studentships will be awarded to full time graduate students (Masters or PhD) conducting research that falls within one of ARCC’s main program areas. The competition is now open View Studentship Guidelines Download Application Form Term: 12 months (more…)

OICR Biostatistics Training Initiative – Fellowship Applications Due Aug 2

The OICR BTI Fellowship Program is currently accepting applications for both: Doctoral Fellowships: Applicants may apply for a Doctoral Fellowship if they are currently enrolled in and have successfully completed at least one year of a statistics or biostatistics PhD program at an Ontario university. A maximum of three doctoral (more…)