November 7, 2019 Investment in Red River College's Culinary Research Laboratory Supports Province's Dynamic Food Industry
The Manitoba government is investing $1 million through Research Manitoba in innovative culinary research at Red River College (RRC), Economic Development and Training Minister Ralph Eichler announced today.
“This investment helps further cutting-edge research in Manitoba’s agriculture and food industry, and bring new ideas and products to life,” said Eichler at the grand opening of RRC’s Prairie Research Kitchen. “Culinary research is an area of tremendous opportunity. The Prairie Research Kitchen provides a pathway to developing agri-food products that are not only good for our health, but are good for the Manitoba economy.”
The Prairie Research Kitchen at RRC’s Paterson GlobalFoods Institute will provide a dedicated workspace for culinary research and innovation that will serve Western Canada’s food production industry. The facility brings together food scientists, culinary arts and small-to-medium sized businesses to develop new products and teach culinary students food science skills.
September 25, 2019 $1.24M Investment in research will support Master’s Students and Early Career Researchers
Research Manitoba announced today $1,293,295 in research funding to support 25 Master’s students and 12 early career researchers in Manitoba.
“By investing in these individuals, we are advancing our province’s world class research enterprise, growing Manitoba’s economy, and developing talent for today and tomorrow,” said Christina Weise, Chief Executive Officer at Research Manitoba. “Research is a driver of Manitoba’s prosperity and we would like to thank our partners who have been with us on this journey for the last several years.”
CancerCare Manitoba Foundation, Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba (CHRIM), Health Sciences Centre Foundation, and the Lung Association, Manitoba are providing an additional $100,950 in support of the 2019 Master’s Studentships.
Research Manitoba CEO, Ms Christina Weise, announcing $1.24 M in research funding for Master's students and early career researchers.
2018 John R. Evans Leaders Fund Awards
March 14, 2019 Funding our Future through Research Excellence
Research Manitoba announced today $1,151,730 in research funding for seven University of Manitoba projects supported through the John R. Evans Leaders Fund (JELF) of the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI). The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, was in Winnipeg to announce matching federal funds and to celebrate the achievements of the Manitoba awardees.
The 2018 Grants and Awards Competition is now open.
MASTER’S TRAINEE PROGRAM: • Application Deadline is FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018 (4:00PM CST) • Referee letter deadline is Friday, June 22, 2018 (4:00PM CST)
There will be up to 11 awards will be awarded in each category (health, social sciences and the humanities, natural sciences and engineering) • Awarded on a competitive basis and are valued at $12,000 annually • Will begin on September 1st, 2018 for a 1-year period • For more info please visit our webpage - Master's Studentships
NEW INVESTIGATOR PROGRAM: • Application Deadline is TUESDAY, JULY 31, 2018 (4:00PM CST) • Referee letter deadline is Tuesday, August 14, 2018 (4:00PM CST)
• $65,000 per year in the Health category • $25,000 per year in the Natural Sciences and Engineering category • $20,000 per year in the Social Sciences and Humanities category • The amount of funds that may be used for equipment is limited to $10,000 (for small equipment), over the two years of the grant • For more information please visit our webpage - New Investigator Operating Grants
We would like to thank the research community for being patient over the last year as Research Manitoba underwent a strategic planning process. The intent of the process was to provide our organization with a road map and establish a spectrum of funding programs that would bring the most impact to the Provincial research enterprise.
Research Manitoba’s strategic plan for 2018/19 to 2020/21 is the result of extensive engagement with our internal and external stakeholders and identifies areas of emphasis and critical issues that need to be addressed over the next three years. The plan sets out our high-level strategic goals for the next three years, which are: support the generation of research, impact policy and practice through knowledge translation, and strengthen capacity for research in Manitoba.
A Message from Ms. Christina Weise, Chief Executive Officer, Research Manitoba
March 14, 2018
Research Manitoba has a new annual budget of $12 million, which is a $3 million reduction from the 2017/18 fiscal year. We will continue to promote and support, and coordinate the funding of, research in the health, natural and social sciences, engineering and the humanities in Manitoba.
The Board of Directors and staff are in the final stages of an extensive strategic review of our activities. These efforts will help us to forge a new set of programs and organizational direction, which will be announced shortly.
We are committed to keeping our stakeholders and members of the research community informed throughout this process.
Please send all inquiries or questions to email@example.com. Follow @ResearchMB on twitter for news and updates.
RESEARCH PROGRAMS RECEIVE FUNDING TO IMPROVE LIVES OF CHRONIC DISEASE PATIENTS
Manitoba's Researchers Leading Innovation, Improvements in Patient Health Outcomes September 19, 2017
Four University of Manitoba research teams have received funding for studies investigating kidney disease, diabetes, children’s brain development and inflammatory bowel disease, Growth, Enterprise and Trade Minister Blaine Pedersen announced today.
SPOR Network - Innovation in Pediatric Clinical Trials (IPCT) Project
PRESCRIBING THE RIGHT MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
8.4 million in new research funding for national partnerships June 16, 2017
Today, the University of Manitoba announced more than $8.4 million in new research funding provided by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Research Manitoba, and the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitoba in partnership with other institutions across Canada.
Led by Dr. Terry Klassen in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba, the SPOR Network - Innovation in Pediatric Clinical Trials (IPCT) Project will use real patients under carefully controlled situations to measure how well a medication works and how safe it is. Knowledge gained from trials will help doctors choose which medicines to prescribe.
Dr. Jay Doering, Associate Vice-President (Partnerships), University of Manitoba
Mr. Terry Duguid, Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Status of Women
Dr. Terry Klassen, CEO and Scientific Director Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba; Professor and Head, Department of Pediatrics and Child Health, Max Rady College of Medicine, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba; Medical Director, Child Health Program, WRHA; and Academic Director, CHI
Dr. Brian Postl, Dean, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences & Vice-Provost (Health Sciences), University of Manitoba, and Chair, Research Manitoba
The Honourable Cliff Cullen, Minister of Growth, Enterprise and Trade, Province of Manitoba
Mr. Lawrence Prout, President and CEO, Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba Inc.
Research Manitoba - New Budget
April 13, 2017
A Message from Dr. Brian Postl, Chair of Research Manitoba Board of Directors:
Research Manitoba has a new annual budget of $15 million, which is a $2 million reduction from previous years. We will continue to promote and support, and coordinate the funding of, research in the health, natural and social sciences, engineering and the humanities in Manitoba.
The Board of Directors and staff are reviewing our budget and expected expenditures in the short term and will be undertaking a longer term strategic review of our activities. We are committed to keeping our stakeholders and members of the research community informed throughout this process.
Please send all inquiries or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow @ResearchMB on twitter for news and updates.
MANITOBA AND GENOME CANADA INVEST IN RESEARCH IN CANADA’S ARCTIC - GENICE Project
$4 Million Investment for Genomics Research in Oil Spill Preparedness and Emergency Response in Arctic Marine Environment
Research Manitoba and The Government of Canada today announced $4 million in funding for GENICE: a large-scale applied research project (LSARP). LSARP is one of Genome Canada’s funding programs and is aimed at projects using genomic approaches to address challenges and opportunities of importance to Canada’s natural resources, including interactions between natural resources and the environment, thereby contributing to Canada’s bioeconomy and the well-being of Canadians.
(Photo from left to right) Dr. Digvir Jayas, Vice-President (Research and International) and Distinguished Professor, University of Manitoba Ms. Christina Weise, Chief Executive Officer, Research Manitoba Dr. Simon Potter, Director of Operations, Genome Prairie Dr. Gary Stern, Research Professor, Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS), University of Manitoba Dr. Casey Hubert, Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Calgary Ms. Sarah Guillemard, MLA for Fort Richmond Terry Duguid, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development; Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South
$1.4M in Funding for MITACS
Research Manitoba and Mitacs announce funding to support innovation, job creation, and skills development
December 2, 2015 - Today, Research Manitoba announced $1.4 million of funding to support research internships between researchers and local companies or not-for-profits. Mitacs connects companies and not-for-profit organizations with local experts in the academic community to address their research and development challenges. These collaborations promote innovation in Manitoba.
PROVINCE ANNOUNCES MORE MONEY FOR DEMENTIA RESEARCH IN MANITOBA
August 18, 2015 - More investments for research into dementia are being made through Research Manitoba and in partnership with the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, Jobs and Economy Minister Kevin Chief announced today.
“With an aging population, there has never been a more important time to profile dementia research,” said Minister Chief. “We understand the contribution our seniors have made to this province and today’s announcement will put more resources in place so that we can better understand the best ways to treat and diagnose dementia.”
Today’s announcement recognizes Dr. Benedict Albensi as the recipient of the Manitoba Dementia Research Chair. Albensi is a professor in the department of pharmacology and therapeutics, faculty of health sciences, college of medicine, University of Manitoba and principal investigator, synaptic plasticity and cellular memory dysfunction in the neurodegenerative disorders division of St-Boniface Hospital Research Centre.
January 6, 2015 - Research Manitoba is pleased to announce the 2014 Applied Health Services Research Grants. The funds that support Research Manitoba’s Applied Health Services Grants are provided through the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Research Manitoba partnered with Manitoba Health, the regional health authorities, and the George and Fay Yee Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI) to support applied health services research. This focus area is important to the health system in Manitoba and supports collaborations between policy makers, service providers, and researchers interested in working together to address health system challenges.
The Manitoba government is establishing Research Manitoba, a new research funding organization that will bring existing research funding sources into a single, co-ordinated organization, under the chairmanship of Dr. Brian Postl, Jobs and the Economy Minister Theresa Oswald announced today.
National MS Clinical Trial Receives Approval, Patients Recruitment to Start by November 1
Halifax, September 28, 2012
The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, today announced that a national MS clinical trial has received the necessary medical and ethical approvals required to proceed. The clinical trial is a collaborative initiative between the Government of Canada, the provinces and territories and the MS Society of Canada.