Research grants and funding opportunities that align with provincial needs and build and broaden Saskatchewan's capacity for health research and innovation.
Current Opportunities How to Apply
Next Deadline: August 10
Are you looking to put health research into action? Do you need support for a creative and impactful event or activity? Research Connections provides matching funds to support targeted events or activities that facilitate collaboration and mobilize research knowledge to improve health.
Next Deadline: March 15
Are you a new health researcher in Saskatchewan? Our Establishment grant supports research projects that help you get your health research program established within the province so you can achieve the research productivity necessary to obtain longer-term, more substantial funding from other sources and continue working towards better health for Saskatchewan residents and beyond.
Next Deadline: March 15
Have you completed your doctoral degree within the past three years and are looking for more specialized training to advance your research career and develop your skills as an independent investigator? Are you an experienced, active, health researcher in Saskatchewan looking for highly qualified personnel? Our fellowship award provides two years of salary support and an allowance for research professional development to research fellows and supervisors who apply together with a proposed project.
Next Deadline: Dec 7 (Full Application)
Does your team have a research idea that is creative, novel and innovative? Does your idea have the potential to benefit the health of Saskatchewan residents and beyond, but you need seed funding for the initial steps that will strengthen future funding requests? This grant program can help!
Next Deadline: Fall 2017
Does your team focus on patient-oriented outcomes in-line with current priorities of the Saskatchewan health care system? This grant, based off of the Collaborative Innovation Development grant program, provides seed money to collaborative, interdisciplinary research teams conducting innovative research activities as a first step toward more comprehensive funding.
SHRF programs evolve as the research environment in Saskatchewan changes and a greater emphasis is placed on innovation and collaboration. We welcome suggestions from researchers, administrators and those that might help us improve our programs and funding opportunities. To provide your feedback, contact us.