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New Investigator Grant-in-Aid (NIGIA)

(cancelled until further notice)

 

DESCRIPTION

The Society has established a CSATVB New Investigator Grants-in-Aid ($10,000) in order to promote the research of new scientists in the area of atherosclerosis, thrombosis and vascular biology. This grant is to be considered as seed money to help awardee attract new funding for their research programs, e.g., from industry, research institutes, and university departments and faculties. Application forms are available on this site (see details at the bottom of this page). The selection of recipients will be made by a CSATVB committee made up of the Chair of the Grant Committee and two colleagues (appointed by the Education Committee), who will rank the applications.




Previous New Investigator Grant-in-Aid (NIGIA) Award Winners

2010-2013

  • No Award Presented

2009

  • Da-Wei Zhang, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

2008

  • Julie Robitaille, Department of Food Science and Nutrition, Laval University, Quebec, Quebec

2007

  • Angela M. Devlin, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia

2006

  • GarencC.jpg Christophe Garenc, Laval University, Quebec, Quebec

2005

  • Xiao-Yan Wen, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

2004

  • Stewart Whitman, Stewart / University of Ottawa, Ontario

2003

  • Sylvie Braschi, University of Ottawa, Ontario
  • Sean Moore Memorial Grant-in-Aid - Simone Lemieux, Laval University, Quebec, Quebec

2001

  • Charles Couillard, Laval University, Quebec, Quebec
  • André Tchernof, Laval University, Quebec, Quebec
  • John Hill, St Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia

1999

  • Marie-Claude Vohl, Laval University, Quebec, Quebec
  • Patrick Couture, Laval University, Quebec, Quebec