Canada Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Funding Opportunities
Psychological scientists conducting research in Canada may find the following opportunities of interest. The Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council offers three standing funding opportunities.
ARPA-H Requests Funding Proposals Aimed at Improving Health Outcomes
The call for proposals is intended to advance breakthrough research and technological advancement that improves health outcomes across patient populations and communities, as well as across diseases and health conditions.
Funding and Policy: Will U.K. Psychological Scientists Be Eligible for Horizon Europe Funding?
The issue of U.K. participation in a post-Brexit setting has been complicated by the lack of a formal agreement between the United Kingdom and European Union for participation in Horizon Europe. With the Windsor Framework signed, hope remains that a deal can be reached.
Inside Grants: National Institute of Justice Grant Funding
APS Fellow and James McKeen Cattell Award recipient Gail S. Goodman discusses her NIJ-funded research project, “Long-Term Eyewitness Memory in Children Exposed to Violence.”
Inside Grants: Institute of Education Sciences Grant Funding
The Institute of Education Sciences and Educational Testing Services collaboration research grant is a $1,399,520 effort toward identifying evidence of collaborative problem solving skills.
Apply for the National Institutes of Health Early-Stage Investigator Paper Competition
The Matilda White Riley Early Stage Investigator Paper Competition recognizes emerging scientists whose research reflect Dr. Matilda White Riley’s vision of research excellence in health-related behavioral and social sciences.