Peer Review Committees and Mandates – Doctoral Research Award

CIHR Doctoral Research Awards are provided to trainees who are pursuing a doctoral degree in a health-related field in Canada or abroad.

Note: The applications are assigned to a specific committee based on the theme of the proposed research activities.

The evaluation of Doctoral Research Award applications focuses on the applicant's track record, characteristics and abilities as well as the research proposal and environment/support.

Doctoral Research Award – A (DRA)

Reviews Doctoral Research Award applications to assess the candidate’s potential of attaining competence as a prospective researcher in biomedical and/or clinical research.

Doctoral Research Award – B (DRB)

Reviews Doctoral Research Award application’s to assess the candidate’s potential of attaining competence as a prospective researcher in health services research and/or social, cultural, environmental and population health research.

CIHR Contact: support@cihr-irsc.gc.ca.

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