World-class research right here in Alberta!
Supporting research pioneers, working hard to help the one in five Albertans affected by a lung or breathing conditions, is a fundamental initiative of the AB Lung. Our annual Lung Health Research Grants are a peer-reviewed competition that supports research that’s directly relevant to human respiratory health. To encourage new investigators, particular consideration is given to principal investigators who’ve received their first faculty appointment within the past five years.
2022 Top Lung Health Research Grants are:
Long-term non-invasive ventilation in children: a prospective longitudinal study of patient/family reported outcomes.
Dr. Maria Castro-Codesal, University of Alberta
Addressing Treatment Gaps in COPD: Building a Collaborative Care Model in Case-Finding and Evidence-Based Pharmacotherapy.
Dr. Tatiana Makhinova, University of Alberta
Mitacs Elevate Postdoctoral Fellowship:
Adoption and enhancement of primary care management pathway for obstructive sleep apnea: an implementation evaluation project.
Dr. Prince Andrew & Dr. Sachin Pendharkar, University of Calgary
Lung Health Research Grants 2023 – Now Closed
The Lung Health Research Grants (LHRG) is a peer-reviewed competition that supports pulmonary research or development projects. Applications will be considered for research proposals that are directly relevant to human respiratory health.
A partnership between Alberta Lung and BC Lung, both organizations manage the LHRG application and peer review process. Applicants should refer to specific provincial guidelines to your province. Competition guidelines are available here.
Applications will be considered for research proposals that are directly relevant to human respiratory health problems. Applications deemed outside the respiratory field will be eliminated from the competition.
To access the application portal, please go to https://my.reviewr.com/site/LHRG2023.
Deadline for full application is Now Closed
Questions? Contact Jamie Happy, at email@example.com