The Clinical & Translational Research Seed Grant has been developed to support clinical and translational research projects taking place on the Oak Street Campus (BC Children's Hospital or BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre) by promoting research collaborations between postdoctoral fellows and clinical trainees, physicians, or other health professionals. The intent is to support well-defined research projects that may not otherwise receive funding, foster new areas of research, enhance research partnerships, and build leadership capacity for both research and clinical trainees.

Eligibility Criteria

Each Clinical & Translational Research Seed Grant application must include (1) one postdoctoral fellow and (2) one clinical resident, fellow, new physician/investigator, or other health professional based at either BC Children's Hospital or BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre.

Looking for a research collaborator?

We have no one looking for a research collaborator at this time.

Send your proposed project details to resinfo@bcchr.ca to have your information advertised on this page. 

Application Form

To apply download the Clinical & Translational Research Seed Grants Application Form.

The application deadline is Friday, November 20, 2020. Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted. Further queries regarding this grant can be forwarded to resinfo@bcchr.ca

All award application forms are formatted as fillable Adobe PDF's that can be saved. The application package will download as a Zip file. After clicking the link to download the application, the browser window should ask to Open or Save the file from bcchr.ca

Application Q&A

Can I submit an application for a project focused on healthy pregnancy?
Yes as long as you can demonstrate in your application how the project also provides a benefit to the long-term health of children and families.

What can you do to help me find a research collaborator?
Contact resinfo@bcchr.ca with your proposed project details we can advertise via. email and online that you are looking for a research collaborator. 

Why can't I get the application to download?
Is your default set to show PDF files with Preview or an Internet Browser window? You will get an error message that reads 'Please wait...if this message is not eventually replaced by the proper contents of your document, your PDF viewer may not be able to display this type of document.' To avoid this, open Adobe Acrobat on your desktop, select File > Open to access the application. 

For more information on the application process, please contact resinfo@bcchr.ca.