Joint Grant Awards Program

Application Details

If you're interested in applying for a grant, first read the eligibility and application fact sheet, including information about how to apply. Applications are accepted once per year. The application deadline is January 9.

View eligibility and application fact sheet.

Program Overview

The Joint Grant Awards Program (JGAP) provides up to $50,000 for research projects of one- to two-years duration that have significant relevancy to Family Medicine. The program plays a major role in building research capacity by giving priority funding to new researchers or to those who mentor new investigators on the research team.

Applications for smaller-scale studies with lower costs are also welcome.

Funding

What We Fund

  • Research of value to the practicing family physician
  • Projects of one- or two-years duration
  • Proposals that are for a separate and unique project
  • Pilot Studies

What We Do Not Fund

  • Cost for running/implementing the program
  • Indirect or overhead costs
  • Travel for an investigator to present research findings at a professional meeting, conference or seminar
  • Acquisition of computers or other electronic hardware
  • Capital acquisition of equipment

 

Application Details

If you're interested in applying for a grant, first read the eligibility and application fact sheet, including information about how to apply. Applications are accepted once per year. The application deadline is January 9.

View eligibility and application fact sheet.

Past Recipients

View abstracts for 2013-16 grant recipients.

Abstracts that received a Joint Grant Award more than three years ago have been archived. To request abstracts from this time period, please email Sharon Hunt or call (800) 274-2237, ext. 4474.

Funds & Endowments That Support This Program

Past Recipients

View abstracts for 2013-16 grant recipients.

Abstracts that received a Joint Grant Award more than three years ago have been archived. To request abstracts from this time period, please email Sharon Hunt or call (800) 274-2237, ext. 4474.

Funds & Endowments That Support This Program

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