Grant Application Criteria and Forms

Please note that the 2016 research grant competition is now closed. Information about grant recipients can be viewed here

*NEW* Team Grant in Hepatocellular Carcinoma 

The maximum amount available from the CLF is $600,000 (non-renewable) payable quarterly over three years. All proposals will be considered, but preference will be given to research that may lead to a treatment.

To maximize potential outcomes from this team grant and to foster a collaborative HCC research environment in Canada, preference will be given to those who present potential for matching funds from other sources. The research to be funded by CLF must be able to stand on its own if matching funds are not secured.  The component that might be funded by another source should be related to the component that is funded by the CLF.  This component need not run simultaneously with the component funded by CLF, but can be initiated at a later stage.

NOTE: One potential source of matching funds you may want to investigate is BioCanRx, a newly-created Network of Centres of Excellence dedicated to cancer research. BioCanRx has expressed interest to the CLF of receiving HCC research applications that meet their mandate to bring partners together in order to accelerate the translation of world-class cancer immunotherapies from the lab to the clinic. To learn more about the BioCanRx mandate, research program and application process, visit www.biocanrx.com. To maximize potential for possible matching funds from BioCanRx, researchers are strongly encouraged to consult with Dr. Kelley Parato, BioCanRx Director of Scientific Affairs. 

The CLF review process

All applications will be vetted initially by the CLF for suitability.  Suitable applications will be reviewed by the Research Committee of the Canadian Association for Study of the Liver.

If there are no applications of sufficient merit, no grant will be awarded and the competition will be repeated next year.

The CLF application process

For details, please refer to the Team Grant in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Application Guidelines below. To apply, download the Team Grant in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Application Form and Team Grant in Hepatocellular Carcinoma CV Form below.

2016 research grant competition is now closed

Team Grant in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Application Guidelines 2016
Team Grant in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Application Form 2016
Team Grant in Hepatocullar Carcinoma CV Form 2016


Operating Grants

  • One operating grant may be awarded to a researcher in Canada whose research project is related to hepatitis C.


Graduate Studentships


·         One “Taking Action Against PSC” graduate studentship may be awarded to a student in Canada whose research project is related to primary sclerosing cholangitis.

·         Two graduate studentships may be awarded to students in Canada whose research projects are related to hepatobiliary research.


Summer Studentships

·         Two summer studentships may be awarded to students in Canada whose research projects are related to hepatic encephalopathy.

·         Four summer studentships may be awarded to students in Alberta whose research projects are related to hepatobiliary research.

·         Four summer studentships may be awarded to students in Ontario whose research projects are related to hepatobiliary research.


2016 research grant competition is now closed


If you have any questions about our grant program or grant application process, please contact Billie Potkonjak, by calling 1-800-563-5483 or via email bpotkonjak@liver.ca
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