Grants-in-Aid

The Heart and Stroke Foundation offers support for projects in the areas of cardiovascular and/or cerebrovascular research. Approximately $30 million is provided annually through the Grant-in-Aid program to support research operating costs. These costs may include laboratory supplies, technicians, and some equipment.

Research is supported across the four health research themes:

  1. Basic biomedical
  2. Clinical
  3. Health services/systems
  4. Social, Cultural, Environmental and Population Health

Applications for Grant-in-Aid must be submitted online using the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s online system (CIRCUlink) no later than 15:00 (EDT) August 29, 2013. After that time CIRCUlink will not accept any additional submissions.

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