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For researchers

Research Funding

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Apply for funding

View current and past funding opportunities offered by CCS.
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Application process

View detailed application guides, sample applications, and other resources to support your CCS research application. 

Managing your grant

Access our research policies and procedures to learn how to manage your CCS-funded grant.

Committees

CCS relies on the invaluable contributions made by researchers and patient/survivor/caregiver participants to uphold our reputation for rigorous peer review. This section provides information about CCS’s review process, including review panels and our Advisory Council on Research (ACOR).

Awards for Excellence nominations will be available soon

Stay tuned for more information. 


Award for excellence

Awards for Excellence in Cancer Research

The Canadian Cancer Society Awards for Excellence in Cancer Research recognize individuals who have made, and are making, valuable contributions to the cancer research ecosystem in Canada. Recipients are leaders in their fields who exemplify excellence in science and outstanding service to the scientific community.
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Memberships

The CCS is a member of a number of organizations that together work to help improve cancer control in Canada.
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EGrAMS

EGrAMS is the Electronic Grants Administration and Management System. This online application system is just one component of a comprehensive grant and award management system used by the Canadian Cancer Society. In addition to receiving applications, EGrAMS also facilitates the panel review process, application ranking and approval and the administration of grants and awards.

All components of an application are completed online. If required, third parties (e.g. Host Institution authority) are given limited access to the system in order to complete their portion of the application (e.g. provide approval on behalf of the Host Institution). Applicants can be assured that they have not missed required components of their application through the system’s validation process. This validation also extends to any requirements from third parties, such as Host Institution approval. Applicants are encouraged to start applications early, and validate sections as they are completed to ensure ease of submission by the deadline date.