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1 Atelier d’écriture des demandes de subventions Mercredi 4 juin :15 h à 12:30 h Atelier d’écriture des demandes de subventions Particularités des demandes de bourses salariales au Québec et au Canada Dre Pierrette Gaudreau Ph.D. Professeure titulaire Département de médecine, Université de Montréal Centre de recherche du CHUM, Amphithéâtre, 5e étage, Tour Viger Mercredi 4 juin :15 h à 12:30 h

2 2 Fonds de Recherche de Québec – Santé Research Scholars – Junior 1 and 2, Senior

3 3  Programs:  Research Scholars – Junior 1, Junior 2, Seniors  Clinical Research Scholars – Junior 1, Junior 2, Seniors  Deadlines:  Letter of Intent deadline:  August 22, 2014  Application deadline: October 1, 2014

4 4  To facilitate the recruitment of qualified researchers who would like to begin or continue an independent career in health research.  To promote continuity in health research in Quebec and ensure that high-caliber scientists are available to meet the needs of universities, hospitals and industries. OBJECTIVES

5 5  Basic science  Basic biological mechanisms of health at the molecular, cellular, tissue and integrative levels, including all research that uses intact animal organisms or their cellular components, cellular descendants, or human cells and tissues. Research that involves the participation of human subjects is included under this heading as long as it involves basic mechanisms.  Clinical and epidemiological science  All biological, medical and epidemiological research that involves the participation of human subjects.  Health and society  Individual, social and cultural factors and interactions among them that are linked to health status or behaviors. There are many social and cultural factors that are relevant to health: the organization and provision of health care, social and health-care policy, education, economics and employment, the media, ethical issues, the environment in which we live, and so on.  It is possible to combine two areas of research; for example, basic science and clinical and epidemiological science may intersect in research projects that involve human subjects. THREE RESEARCH AREAS

6 6  To hold a doctoral degree in research (PhD or equivalent).  To hold a professional degree in the health sciences at the doctoral level (MD, DDS, etc.), and have completed at least two continuous years of additional research training, with at least 75% of their time devoted to research.  To hold a professional degree in the health sciences at the doctoral level (MD, DDS, etc.), a valid license to practice (throughout the duration of the award), and have completed at least two continuous years of additional research training, with at least 50% of their time devoted to research.  To be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident domiciled in Quebec at the time the award comes into effect.  Applicants may apply: A maximum of three times in the four years in which they are classified Junior 1 (0-3 years of experience). A maximum of two times in the four years of Junior 2 (4-7 years of experience). A maximum of two times in the four years of Senior (8-11 years of experience). Applications do not have to be submitted in consecutive competitions. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS : APPLICANTS

7 7  To have permission from the director of the department or research director of an institution recognized by the FRQS to conduct research activities.  To have a commitment from the university that the applicant will be named to a university position as soon as the award comes into effect.  To work in Québec as a clinician in a health-care institution in the Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux (MSSS) network (a valid license to practice in Québec)  To devote at least 75% of his or working hours to research (full-time).  To devote at least 50% of working hours to research while carrying on clinical activities at a level satisfactory to the FRQS (at least 25%).  To demonstrate the capacity or potential to be a competitive researcher at the national and international levels.  To have supervisory privileges, directing students engaged in a research training program.  To demonstrate to the satisfaction of the FRQS the capacity or potential to collaborate with researchers from other disciplines.  To have a working knowledge of the official language of Québec. TERMS AND CONDITIONS

8 8 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE  The FRSQ will classify the applicant as a Junior 1, Junior 2 or Senior Researchers and notify the applicant of the classification.  On receiving such notice, the applicant has 10 business days to request a review of the classification, specifying the reasons for the claim.  Classification is based on a given reference year as of which applicants demonstrate their capacity for independent research:  At the time when the application for the Junior 1 Research Scholars is submitted,  When applicants obtain a career award comparable to a Junior 1 Research Scholar award or a grant awarded by an organization recognized by the FRSQ for a project in which they are the principal investigator,  Not later than 6 years after applicants have obtained their most recent university degree (PhD, MD, DDS, etc. or an MSc as a second degree by June 30, 2015) or since qualifying as a medical specialist (CSPQ, FRCP).

9 9 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE  For the FRQS, each year of experience is calculated from July 1 to June 30.  In calculating years of experience, the FRQS may take into account particular situations that may cause applicants to temporarily put their research on hold (e.g. pregnancy, illness, professional activities not involving research: clinical, treatment, management, etc.) and may subtract such years when calculating years of experience.

10 10 LETTER OF INTENT – Required documents Electronic transmission exclusively – FRQS web site Applicants:  FRSQ Letter of Intent form:  To establish the applicant's eligibility,  To verify the type of program and area of research chosen by the applicant and assigned a preliminary category based on research experience,  To help forming expert peer-review committees,  To obtain approval from the university,  Scientific reviews are not based on the Letter of Intent.  Funding Canadian Common CV, FRQS format including detailed contributions (as a CV attachment)  The FRQS will confirm applicants' eligibility by in early September.  Only those applicants who are deemed to be eligible and have been approved by the university may submit an application.

11 11 Electronic transmission exclusively – FRQS web site Applicants:  Funding Canadian Common CV, FRQS format including detailed contributions (as a CV attachment),  FRQS application form (Research Scholars or Clinical Research Scholars), to which will be attached other pdf required documents and proofs.  Notices of awards and grants received, other than those from FRSQ, since October  Official copy of the degree establishing the applicant's eligibility for this program (MD, DDS, etc.), bearing the official seal of the university, or a copy certified by a notary or commissioner of oaths.  A copy of the applicant's highest specialist license (CSPQ, FRCPC, etc.) or second degree (M.Sc.), if applicable.  A copy of the applicant's Quebec Selection Certificate, if applicable. FULL APPLICATION – Required documents

12 12 Electronic transmission exclusively – Applicants:  Applicants who are registered in an M.Sc. or a Ph.D. program must submit proof attesting that they will have fulfilled the program requirements to obtain their degree by June 30,  Proof of membership to a professional corporation (if applicable) certifying that the applicant will be entitled to practice in Québec by June 30,  If the license is to be delivered after June 30, 2015, the applicant must advise the FRQS in writing prior to the deadline.  A copy of the applicant's permanent resident card before the award comes into effect or by June 30, 2015, if applicable. FULL APPLICATION – Required documents

13 13 Electronic transmission exclusively – FRQS web site  Directors of university Research Centers or departments Form  Two respondents (Junior 1 applicants only)  Form including 2 letters of recommendation from 2 respondents who are familiar with the applicant's work. One of the respondents must have been involved in the applicant's most recent research training.  Mentor (Junior 1 applicants only)  Form including the applicant's mentorship plan, which must include the plan for the first year of the grant and a four-year outlook (max. 2 pages).  The letter must detail the support provided by an experienced researcher in terms of preparing applications, planning and carrying out the research program and ensuring support for other aspects of the applicant's career. FULL APPLICATION – Required documents

14 14  Applicants may update their award notices and publication list up to  January  After this date, applicants may only submit the results of funding competitions in PDF format.  These documents will be forwarded to the evaluation committee. FULL APPLICATION – Update

15 15 ClassBasic research Clin/ Epidemiol. Clin/ Epidemiol. Health / Society J1Co #1 R + CR Co #4 R Co #5 CR Co #6 R +CR J2Co #2 R + CR SCo #3 R + CR REVIEW PROCESS  Applications are reviewed by committee of experts from various health disciplines and research methodologies.  Applications are grouped and reviewed by program. Co = committee R = Researchers (full time) CR = Clinical researchers (half-time)

16 16  The relative importance of criteria in the overall review by committees vary depending on research experience – Junior 1, Junior 2 or Senior: Toolbox  Pre-application information:  Online application procedure  Common Rules and Regulations  Policy regarding open access to published research outputs  Evaluation grids (in French) uation_Junior%201.pdf uation_Junior%201.pdf Junior 1, Junior 2, Senior  Application toolkit:  Required forms (in French)  Click here for e-forms (in French) Click here for e-forms  Canadian Common CV: latest version only TOOLS

17 17  Research training (e.g quality of training, prices, awards) : J1 = 20%, J2 = 10%  Grants, productivity, outreach: J1 = 25%, J2 = 40%  Host institution: J1 = 15%, J2 = 5%  Autonomy: J1 = 5%, J2 = 15%  Student training: J1 =0%, J2 = 5%  Proposed research project/program: J1 = 35%, J2 = 25%  Clarity of presentation,  Originality of concept and plausibility of hypotheses,  Coherence of project in terms of current scientific knowledge,  Validity of objectives in terms of literature review,  Validity of instruments and procedures,  Scientific value of methodology,  Realistic nature of the proposed projects and time table,  Feasibility of the program in terms of the host institution, the applicant’s training, the financial support available and the funding strategy,  Scientific impact within the discipline. REVIEW PROCESS : CRITERIA

18 18  The FRQS offers a certain number of awards in collaboration with partners. The amounts of funding provided by the FRQS and the partner and other funding conditions (funding period, renewal) vary according to the agreements in effect  Eligible applicants are selected through a three-step process:  Applicants must select, by priority order, ono or more partners whose research domains are in line with the themes of the application (see section Partenariats [partnerships] on the form).  The FRQS will send the partners a list of applications. The partners will assess the relevance of the applications based on their interests and research priorities.  The applications will be assessed by a committee of experts or peers. Applications that obtain a score of at least 70% for scientific excellence and which are relevant to one or more partners may be offered partnership funding.  Like all other FRQS awards, the partnership awards are attributed based on merit following a scientific assessment by a committee of experts or peers. SPECIFIC THEMES FUNDED BY PARTNERS

19 19 UNIVERSITY AUTHORITIES' AGREEMENT  Approval:  Universities approve applications and assume the responsibilities listed below jointly with the heads of the department to which the applicant is affiliated and the research center where the research will be conducted (if applicable).  Salary supplement:  University authorities supporting an application for a Research Scholar must ensure that the applicant will receive a salary supplement equal to the difference between the award and the remuneration that the applicant would receive from the university as a full-time professor, to the satisfaction of the FRQS (and other benefits).  Protected time for research:  University and host institution administrators must jointly ensure that the applicant is released from his/her administrative, clinical and teaching duties so that he/she may fulfill the obligation to devote at least half (50%) of his/her professional activities to research.  Laboratory or research facilities:  The host institution agrees to provide the functional laboratories or research premises and basic equipment the applicant requires for research purposes.

20 ResearcherBasic research, Clin/Epidemiol and Health/Society Basic research, Clin/Epidemiol and Health/Society Basic research, Clin/Epidemiol and Health/Society Basic research, Clin/Epidemiol and Health/Society Basic research, Clin/Epidemiol and Health/Society J1 + J2 + S84/175 = 48%88/166 = 53%79/181 = 44%83/188 = 44% 72/163 = 44% J1: 38 J2: 35 S: 15 J1: 38/85 = 45% J2: 25/50 = 50% S: 16/46 = 35% J1: 41/89 = 46% J2: 22/50 = 44% S: 20/49 = 41% J1: 38/78 = 44% J2: 18/43 = 41% S: 16/42 = 38% Clinical researcher 29/67 = 43% J1 + J2 + S30/63 = 46%33/67 = 49% J1: 13 J2: 16 S: 4 Similar to Researcher program Similar to Researcher program J1: 16/37 = 43 % J2: 8/17 = 47 % S: 5/13 = 38 % FIGURES AND FACTS

21 21  Program officers:  Sylvie Lachapelle, (514) ext. 1239,  Diane Farhat, (514) ext. 1240,  Scientific advisors – Researchers :  René Cardinal PhD, (514) , ext. 1244,  Pierre Rainville PhD, (514) , ext. 1223,  Scientific advisor – Clinical researchers :  Kevin J Schwartzman, MD, (514) , ext.1223, CONTACTS

22 NEW INVESTIGATOR SALARY AWARD The total amount available for this funding opportunity is $12,000,000, enough to fund approximately 40 awards. The maximum amount per award is $60,000 per annum for up to 5 years

23  Objective:  To provide outstanding New Investigators with the opportunity to develop and demonstrate their independence in initiating and conducting health research through provision of a contribution to their salary.  Eligibility:  The Nominated Principal Applicant must be an independent researcher,  Autonomous regarding their research activities: Having an academic or research appointment which must commence by the effective date of funding and allows the individual to pursue the proposed research project, to engage in independent research activities for the entire duration of the funding, to supervise trainees, and to publish the research results.

24 Eligibility – at the time of application:  To hold a health professional degree or a PhD degree.  To have obtained a full time professional degree (MD, DVM, etc.) or PhD degree within the last 10 years (interruptions = submit a justification).  To hold, or have a formal commitment to an appointment as an independent researcher (must be effective at the time of taking up the award).  To hold or have held a full time research appointment (e.g., faculty appointment providing eligibility to apply for grants and/or supervise trainees), for a period of 0 to 60 months.

25 Eligibility – at the time of application:  To have a written commitment from the Institution to protect a minimum of 75% of the applicant's time for research for the duration of the award.  To hold peer-reviewed operating funds as nominated PI or PI as of the earliest possible start date for the New Investigator award (i.e. July 1 following the September application deadline).  If the applicant does not meet this condition, it is mandatory to seek competitive peer-reviewed operating support from CIHR or another research funding organization as a Nominated Principal Applicant or Principal Applicant (July-March time frame).

26  Peer review are conducted in accordance with the   Standard criteria for evaluating applications apply:  Applicant Track Record  Research Plan  Environment and Support

27  To complete your Registration and Application using ResearchNet:  CIHR PIN  To Register for a CIHR PIN:  you need a ResearchNet Account. If you don't already have an account, access ResearchNet and use the 'Register' link to request a new account.ResearchNet  CIHR PIN: If you don't already have a CIHR PIN, connect to your ResearchNet account and use the 'Register for a CIHR PIN' link to request a new PIN. ResearchNet  ResearchNet  When you register, your account is created immediately.  Register for a ResearchNet Account. Register for a ResearchNet Account  Common CV  Register for Common CV. Register for Common CV REGISTRATION

28 Registration Deadline Application Deadline 02/12/2103 Application Notice of Decision 30/06/2014 Funding Start Date 01/07/2014  The new competition will be launched around ?  Important Dates based on previous competition  Contact Information: New Investigator Salary Award Program Delivery Coordinator Canadian Institutes of Health Research Telephone: Fax: NEXT COMPETITION

29 QUELQUES CONSEILS COMMENCER TÔT! 1. Lire toute la documentation concernant le programme choisi (fiche Web, formulaire, règles générales communes, etc.) avant de débuter la préparation de la demande. 2. S’assurer de la collaboration des intervenants du milieu de recherche choisi, au cours des différentes étapes de préparation. Utiliser judicieusement l’espace afin de rendre la lecture des documents facile. METTEZ-VOUS EN VALEUR! 1. Rapporter clairement tous les prix ou distinctions, bourses et subventions obtenus au cours des années permises: 2. Rapporter clairement toute l'information concernant les publications et leur statut (FI ?, rang de la revue dans la discipline?). 3. Présenter un projet de recherche original, clair et concis, et dont les différentes sections sont équilibrées. 4. Rapporter de façon claire et explicite toute information pertinente à l'admissibilité et à l’évaluation de la demande (maladie, congé parental, difficultés de réalisation de projets, etc).

30 MOT DE LA FIN


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