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Check-out the first issue of the TFRI Links eNewsletter! This quarterly publications features research updates from TRFI funded researchers and other institute news of interest.
TFRI Links eNewsletter – Our First Issue – Fall 2016
Welcome to our first issue of TFRI Links! The primary purpose of this new quarterly e-newsletter is to regularly provide you with a selection of research findings published by our funded researchers in leading scientific journals. The selections are made in consultation with an ad hoc advisory group within TFRI. We will also share other Institute news and information that we hope you will find useful. Please send feedback or questions to email@example.com
The Terry Fox Research Institute is pleased to announce the launch of its cancer research programs for 2015—2016 funded by the Terry Fox Foundation.
Please check the Institute’s website www.tfri.ca under the heading ‘For Researchers’ for further details.
1) The Terry Fox New Frontiers Program Project Grants support multidisciplinary teams of excellence that contribute to well—defined research topics of relevance to cancer has an initial deadline of July 2, 2015 for Letters of Intent for its 2016 competition.
2) The Terry Fox New Investigator Awards support outstanding young researchers as they develop their careers as independent research scientists or clinician scientists to undertake high—quality research into cancer in close collaboration with established research teams has a deadline of June 15th, 2015 for full applications to its 2016 competition.
3) The Terry Fox Research Institute’s Translational Projects seeks Pan—Canadian, multi—disciplinary, milestone—driven teams that develop clinically relevant research at the early stages of translation – at the stage between discovery and early stage clinical trials over a five—year period has a deadline of June 1, 2015 for an Expression of Interest. Specific Information can be found at: http://www.tfri.ca/en/research/translational-research/competition/translational-program-2016.aspx
These programs are open for application by any qualified cancer researcher and research team at eligible Canadian research organization(s).