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REMINDER: LOI for the C17 Research Network Operating and The 100% Fund C17 Grant (infant ALL, rhabdomyosarcoma, Ewing sarcoma) competitions are due 14-Dec-2017 at 4pm MT

C17 announced on Oct-24 the inaugural round of The 100% Fund C17 Grant Competition and Round 21 of the C17 Research Network Operating Grant Competition.

The C17 Operating Grant Competition is focused on multicenter, multidisciplinary pediatric oncology/hematology research.

The purpose of The 100% Fund Grant Competition is to target directly pediatric cancers that are rare and hard to treat—cancers that have not responded to available therapies. Applications addressing the cancer types below will be considered for the fall 2017 competition.

In recognition of its 30th anniversary, Childhood Cancer Canadaestablished The 100% Fund to challenge the odds for children and teens who do not, yet, have their cure.

Please see the calls for LOI, LOI forms and C17 Award Guide linked below. The application form and guidance document also can be downloaded from the C17 website (www.c17.ca/council-and-administrators/research/) under Committees> Research Network. The submission deadline for C17 LOIs is December 14, 2017 at 4 PM MST.

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Congratulations to Sumit Gupta (Sick Kids), Anthony Chan (McMaster) and Livia Garzia (McGill) on their newly awarded C17 and Ewing sarcoma research grants

The C17 Research Network announces the funding of the following 3 grants.

Livia Garzia, McGill University (Ewing sarcoma competition) was awarded $99,894 for her grant entitled “Functional genomics of metastatic Ewing sarcoma”

Sumit Gupta, The Hospital for Sick Children, was awarded $120,000 for his grant entitled “Healthcare utilization and costs associated with current and future treatment strategies for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia: Building a policy model for clinicians and funders”

Anthony Chan, McMaster University, was awarded $118,763 for his grant entitled “Understanding involvement in obstetric and neonatal decision making: a qualitative study to explore the experience, preferences and needs of parents of infants at risk or affected by moderate or severe hemophilia A or B”

 

 

 

C17 Call for LOI: The 100% Fund Grant Competition and the C17Operating Grant Competition

C17 is pleased to announce the inaugural round of The 100% Fund C17 Grant Competition and Round 21 of the C17 Research Network Operating Grant Competition.

The C17 Operating Grant Competition is focused on multicenter, multidisciplinary pediatric oncology/hematology research.

The purpose of The 100% Fund Grant Competition is to target directly pediatric cancers that are rare and hard to treat—cancers that have not responded to available therapies. Applications addressing the cancer types below will be considered for the fall 2017 competition.

In recognition of its 30th anniversary, Childhood Cancer Canada established The 100% Fund to challenge the odds for children and teens who do not, yet, have their cure.

Please see the calls for LOI, LOI forms and C17 Award Guide linked below. The application form and guidance document also can be downloaded from the C17 website (www.c17.ca/council-and-administrators/research/) under Committees> Research Network. The submission deadline for C17 LOIs is December 14, 2017 at 4 PM MST.

 

C17 Research Network Call for Nominations: Clinical Research – Stem Cell Transplantation. Due 31-Oct-2017. Click for application/nomination instructions

The C17 Research Network Committee is seeking applications for the position of Clinical Research – Stem Cell Transplantation (1 position).

Applicants should have experience in basic and clinical research who have established reputations in their respective fields, and who share a national vision for research. They will have an affiliation with one of the 17 centres or associated universities. Consideration will also be given to selecting members who represent large and small centres, and institutions across Canada.

We ask all who receive this call for nominations to help us to distribute it as widely as possible. Please forward the call for nominations to institutions, organizations and individuals who might be interested in posting and/or responding to it. 

Application instructions can be found in the following document:  Call for nominations Sept 2017

 

NEW C17 GRANT COMPETITION —The 100% Fund. Watch for a call for applications in the areas of infant ALL, rhabdomyosarcoma and Ewing sarcoma (click to read more!)

We are thrilled to announce a new C17 grant competition that will be run in addition to our regular C17 Operating Grant completion.  Watch for a call for Letters of Intent* this month!

Nearly one in five children diagnosed with cancer will not survive. For children with rare and hard to treat cancers, the odds can be far worse.

The 100% Fund has been created to challenge these odds. In recognition of its 30th anniversary, Childhood Cancer Canada (CCC) is proud to partner with organizations with a shared passion to help fund research for children who do not, yet, have their cure.   The list is growing, but confirmed organizations as of September 12th are:

By building on new and exciting research initiatives in Canada and around the world, The 100% Fund (www.the100pfund.ca) will pave the way for collaborative research into cutting-edge therapies for tumours that have not responded to currently available treatments.

CCC will partner with C17 Council and its C17 Research Network to administer the grants. As a national research organization representing leading pediatric oncology programs across Canada, the experts at the C17 know the priorities of children and their families that have been impacted by childhood cancer.

* Applications will include a full letter of intent with a 3 page research proposal.  Successful LOI will advance to the full grant application stage.  Applicants not funded in the funding round currently in progress will be able to submit to this upcoming competition.

DUE NEXT WEEK ⇒ Registration for the C17 Operating and Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competition are due 08-Sep-17, 4 pm MDT. [Grants due 29-Sep-17] https://goo.gl/E6XmW4

The short registration form for the C17 Operating and Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competitions is due NEXT WEEK on 08-Sep-17 at 4 pm MDT (Edmonton). Early submission appreciated.

All applicants who submit a registration by the due date will automatically advance to the grant application stage. Grants are due on 29-Sep-17 (4 pm MDT).

Miss the original call?  You can find the call and forms at:

 

⇒C17 Operating and Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competition. Registration due 08-Sep-17. Grants due 29-Sep-17. All areas of research welcome. Spread the word!!

A reminder that the registration for the C17 Operating and Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competitions are due on 08-Sep-17. Grants due are 29-Sep-17.

Miss the original call?  You can find the call and forms at:

NEW⇒C17 Operating and Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competition. Registration due 08-Sep-17. Grants due 29-Sep-17. All areas of research welcome. Spread the word!!

C17 is pleased to announce a SUPPLEMENTAL GRANT COMPETITION for both the C17 Research Network Operating Grant Competition (Round 20) and the Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competition (Round 5). This competition does not replace the regular fall competition.  It is an additional funding opportunity.

The C17 operating grant competition is focused on multicenter, multidisciplinary pediatric oncology/hematology research. The Ewing Sarcoma Competition is focused on research with a direct application into the causes, treatment, cure and quality of life for young people with Ewing Sarcoma.

Forms and documents can be found attached as linked above, and can be downloaded from www.c17.ca/council-and-administrators/research/ under Committees> Research Network.

If you have any questions, please contact the C17 Research Network Coordinator, Leah C. Young, Ph.D.  leah.young2 (at) ahs.ca

The INUIT CANCER EXPERIENCE depicted in “Jon’s Tricky Journey” (storybook+ educational resource) by Pat McCarthy, and funded by C17 with CCCF. All sites to receive copies. See full posting for book website with previews of this stunning book.

From the author, Pat McCarthy:

 

Hello everyone! This is my first e-mail blast to family, friends and colleagues. I wanted to let you know that my book has been published by Inhabit Media and is available on Amazon.com (US),  and on Indigo books (Canada). The amazon and indigo websites say release date of Sept 1 2017, however the books should be arriving in the Inhabit Media warehouse this week, and will be available sooner. The book is bilingual; English and Inuktitut.

My website is:  www.jonstrickyjourney.vistaprintdigital.com

Inhabit Media website:  http://inhabitmedia.com/2017/06/05/jons-tricky-journey/

This book was supported with a grant from C17,  in partnership with Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation, and with support from the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.


Jon loves his life in the North. But when he feels a pain that won’t go away, he must go to a children’s hospital in the south to find out what is wrong. A doctor there tells Jon he has cancer and will have to stay at the hospital for a while.

Suddenly Jon’s life is upside down! But with a handful of tricks from the doctors and nurses, and new friends, Jon discovers ways to cope with some of the tricky parts of having cancer.

Accompanied by a resource guide for parents and caregivers, including hospital and support information, Jon’s Tricky Journey opens a conversation between Inuit children facing a cancer diagnosis and their families to help make a difficult and confusing time more manageable.

Written by Patricia McCarthy | Illustrated by Hwei Lim

ISBN: 978-1-77227-145-4 | $19.95 | 8.5″ x 8.5″ | 70 pages | Full-colour illustrations | Paperback | Bilingual Inuktitut and English

Ages 5–7

C17 Research Network call for LOI: Operating Grants and Ewing Sarcoma Grant (LOI due December 16)

C17 is pleased to announce Round 19 of the C17 Research Network Operating Grant Competition and Round 4 of the Ewing Sarcoma Grant Competition (2016/17). The submission deadline for C17 LOIs is December 16, 2016 at 4pm MST.

The C17 operating grant competition is focused on multicenter, multidisciplinary pediatric oncology/hematology research.

The Ewing Sarcoma Competition is focused on research with a direct application into the causes, treatment, cure and quality of life for young people with Ewing Sarcoma.

The full call for LOI, application form and guidance document can be found at the links below and can be downloaded from the C17 website www.c17.ca/council-and-administrators/research/ (under Committees> Research Network).

In addition, C17 has partnered with the Cancer Research Society (CRS) to fund up to one grant in the area of pediatric oncology research. Applications focusing on basic/translational research or pre-clinical developmental therapeutics (DVL) should be directed towards this competition, anticipated announcement November 7, 2016.

For more information about the CRS competition, forms and deadlines go to: hwww.crs-src.ca/for-researchers-operating-grant