Requirements for the Program Leader Foundation Scheme CV

This document provides a summary of the information that will be collected through the Program Leader Foundation Scheme CV as part of the first Foundation Scheme Live Pilot. While the CV content will not likely change, the template for this competition will be completed through the Canadian Common CV (CCV), and may therefore look different.

1 Personal Information

In this section, Program Leaders will be asked to provide personal information for administrative purposes. This information will not be shared with peer-reviewers with the exception of the individual's name.

Identification

Dr. Program Leader (will be shared with peer reviewers)
Correspondence language:
Sex:
Date of Birth:
Canadian Residency Status:
Country of Citizenship:

Address

Primary Affiliation
CIHR-IRSC University
160 Elgin St.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A 0W9

Contact Information

Fax: 123-555-5555
Phone: 123-555-5555
Email: program.leader@cihr-irsc.gc.ca
Website: www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca

2 Education

In this section, Program Leaders will be asked to provide information regarding degrees and diplomas conferred from academic institutions (including the specialization of each degree/diploma), as well as any credentials which have been obtained by the applicant that relate to his/her ability to successfully complete the proposed research (i.e. certification, accreditation, etc.).

Degrees No Maximum

Date University
Doctor of Philosophy – Specialization
Date University
Bachelor of Science – Specialization

Credentials Most Relevant – up to 5

Date Name of Credential – Institution where credential was bestowed

3 Recognitions Most relevant – up to 5

In this section, Program Leaders will be asked to provide information regarding any important acknowledgements, achievements, and/or rewards that have been obtained, and which are relatable to the applicant's research. This will include information regarding the title of the recognition and the organization bestowing the recognition.

Date Organization that bestowed the Recognition
Name of Recognition

4 Employment No Maximum

In this section, Program Leaders will be asked to provide information regarding their academic and/or non-academic work experience. Any non-academic work experience included in this section should relate to the research being proposed in the application.

Date Job Title – Department/Faculty
Organization
Date Job Title
Organization

Leaves of Absence and Impact on Research No Maximum

In this section, Program Leaders will be asked to provide information relating to any leave of absence from research that has occurred over the course of an applicant's research career (e.g., parental leave, sick leave, etc.). Applicants will be provided the opportunity to discuss the reason for the absence, and the impact the absence had on both their research program and their productivity.

Date Type of Absence
Description of Impact on Research:

5 Research Funding History Last 7 years – calculated based on funding end date

In this section, Program Leaders will be asked to provide information regarding their funding history. Both peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed grants/salary awards and contracts can be included in this section. Information will be collected on both funding that is currently on-going, and funding that is completed. Information regarding the organization bestowing the funding, the funding program, the amount of funding awarded, other investigators involved in the funded project, and the funding start/end date will be collected.

On-Going

Date
Role in Grant
(i.e. Principal Investigator)
Grant Title
Co-Investigators:
Organization Bestowing Funds
Competitive:
Total Funding:

Completed

Date
Role in Grant
(i.e. Principal Investigator)
Grant Title
Co-Investigators:
Organization Bestowing Funds
Competitive:
Total Funding:

6 Contributions

Career Contributions complete table in ResearchNET

Program Leaders will be asked to complete the career contributions table (below) that provides the total number of contributions achieved by the individual throughout their career.

Career Contributions
Item Career Total
Publications
Refereed Articles
Books
Book Chapters
Conference Publications
Other
Supervisory Experience
(Individuals Trained/Mentored)
Post-doctoral Fellows
Graduate Students
Clinicians
Knowledge Users (e.g. policy makers, etc.)
Other
Intellectual Property
Patents
Other

Please note: This information will be collected in ResearchNet under the "Identify Participants" task.

Publications Most relevant – up to 25

Program Leaders will be asked to provide information regarding their publications in the form of journal articles, books, book chapters, reports, manuals, clinical care guidelines, and/or conference publications.

Date Type Title
Date i.e. PubMed, Journal Article Author(s). Article Title. Journal. Year, Volume(Issue):page range.
Date i.e. Book, Book Chapter Author(s). (Year). Title. Editors. Publisher: Location.
Date i.e. Conference Publication Author(s). (Year). Title. Conference, Location. Conference Dates.

Intellectual Property Most relevant – up to 10

Program Leaders will be asked to provide information regarding their intellectual property claims in the form of patents, licenses, disclosures, registered copyrights, and/or trademarks.

Date Type Title
Date Patent, Licence, Trademark, etc. Author(s). IP Information.
Status: In Progress

Presentations Most relevant – up to 10

Program Leaders will be asked to provide information relating to scientific or non-scientific presentations (e.g., invited presentations, lay presentations, presentations to government/policy-makers) based on the Program Leader's research.

Date Type Title
Date Presentation Author(s). (Year). Presentation Title. Name of Conference/Reason for Presentation
Main Audience:
Invited: Yes/No

Knowledge and Technology Translation Activities Most Relevant – up to 10

Program Leaders will be asked to provide information regarding:

  • The development of KT approaches for application/uptake/dissemination of research findings
  • Occasions where the applicant was able to translate his/her work into the real world
  • Occasions where the applicant developed prevention/intervention programs based on their research work
  • Occasions where the applicant created/built spin-off companies based on their research discoveries
  • Occasions where the applicant developed standards/guidelines/etc. based on their research findings

Please note that any creation of intellectual property will be captured in its own section, and should not be included here.

Date Description
Start/End Dates Role – Knowledge and Technology Translation Type
Description:

Supervisory Activities Most relevant – up to 25

Program Leaders will be asked to provide information regarding how they have helped to mentor/train the future of highly skilled health researchers. Individuals included in this section can include students, trainees, post-doctoral fellows, emerging scholars, clinicians, policy makers, health related professionals, lab volunteers, laboratory technicians, research associates, visiting researchers, etc.

Date
Supervisor Role
(i.e. Principal Supervisor)
Student Name - Degree - Organization (University)
Student Degree Start Date:
Student Degree Expected Date:
Current position:
Date modified: