Focused Research Call for Proposals
Proposals for the Focused Research Project "Explaining the Relationships Between Problem Gambling and Co-Occurring Disorders" are now being accepted by the Manitoba Gambling Research Program. Please see the Project Guide on our website for full details and specific project goals. Proposals are due August 10, 2016 (16:00 CDT).
Researchers from across Canada are eligible to apply; a Manitoba research team member is not required to be eligible. Up to $130,000 per project awarded. The Research Council may select more than one proposal to award funding. Please submit any questions regarding this project to Carly Sacco by July 20, 2016.
Upcoming Closing Dates
Small Grant proposals (up to $50,000) are due July 27, 2016 (16:00 CDT).
Studentship applications (up to $60,000) are due October 19, 2016 (16:00 CDT). Funding is available for Manitoba honours and graduate students.
Conference Grant applications (up to $2,000) are accepted year-round. Funding is available for Manitoba researchers and students. Applicants do not have to be presenting at the conference to be eligible.
The Manitoba Gambling Research Program supports the development of high quality research that enables evidence-based advancement of responsible gambling programs, and problem gambling prevention and treatment. Research opportunities are available for researchers across Canada.
To apply, or for more information regarding the program and application process, please visit our website at www.manitobagamblingresearch.com
Carly Sacco, M.A.
Social Responsibility Research Analyst
(204) 957-2500 ext. 2417
1-800-265-3912 ext. 2417