Collaborative Health Research Projects

Collaborative Health Research Projects (CHRP) is a joint initiative between NSERC and CIHR that supports focussed, interdisciplinary, collaborative research projects involving any field of the natural sciences or engineering and any field of the health sciences. 

In the context of improved health for Canadians, the CHRP objectives are to:

  • Translate research results to knowledge/technology users and other stakeholders;
  • Encourage the natural sciences or engineering and health research communities to collaborate and integrate their expertise;
  • Advance interdisciplinary research leading to knowledge and technologies;
  • Benefit Canada by improving the Canadian healthcare system and/or services;
  • Lead to economic opportunities in Canada (where appropriate); and
  • Provide training opportunities in collaborative and interdisciplinary research of relevance to health, while preparing HQP for employment opportunities in the private, public or not for profit sectors.

The CHRP competition generally has a Phase 1: Letter of Intent deadline in the spring and a Phase 2: Full Application deadline (by invitation) in the fall.

**Please note there are updates to the 2018 competition. Please check the eligibility criteria and application instructions carefully.

External Resources

2018 CHRP timeline
Phase 1 - LOI due: May 29, 2018
Anticipated Notice of Decision: August 29, 2018
Phase 2 - Full Application due: October 30, 2018
Anticipated Notice of Decision: April 1, 2019

2018 Funding Opportunity 
CHRP reviewer guidelines (Download)
 

Phase 1: LOI

Phase 2: Full Application

SPARC Support Services and Resources

SPARC CONSULTATION

  • If you would like to discuss whether this funding program is right for you or would like assistance in putting together a strong application, please contact SPARC to schedule a consultation session

CWL-PROTECTED RESOURCES

Our CHRP-specific resources include:

  • Sample Grant Library: Recent successful grant applications generously shared by UBC researchers
  • Workshop & Presentation Material
Contacts

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