Grant Writing Help

There are people and resources available to help you find funding opportunities, help with grant development, and assist with organizing internal peer review. 

Working Together to Support Grant Writing

The Department of Pediatrics, Alberta Children's Hospital Research Institute (ACHRI) and the Cumming School of Medicine Office of the Associate Dean Research (OADR) work together to support grant development for faculty members. We are here to help! 

  1. Request Help

    Within the Department of Pediatrics, there are people and resources to help you. We provide support for identifying funding opportunities, developing your grant application, grant administrative processes, and we can connect you to set-up peer review. Complete a research consult request form to get help. 

  2. Department of Pediatrics Research Environment

    This document summarizes the research support available internally from the Department of Pediatrics. Researchers are encouraged to refer to the document when working on grant or trainee funding applications. If you have any questions about the information included, please email the Program Manager, Child Health Research (ntr.romanow@ucalgary.ca

  1. ACHRI Grant Support

    ACHRI's Research Support Specialist has experience in medical research, laboratory management, grant funding and research project management. She can provide help in the areas of research administration processes and grant applications.

  2. OADR Grant Development Office

    To assist researchers with pre and post award for investigator initiated external research funding, the Office of the Associate Dean Research (OADR) has an office devoted to Grant Development and Research Facilitation.  This team provides support for external funding agency applications.  

  3. Internal Peer Review

    Internal Peer Review (IPR) is an important step to help you write strong grant applications. IPR is available for any funding opportunity. IPR is centralized at the faculty level and is supported by the research institutes. 

  1. Final Report Examples

    Several research groups in the Department of Pediatrics have generously shared final reports that have been submitted to funding agencies. You may view these reports to help inform the completion of your project reports. Please note that reporting requirements change frequently and the examples below should not be used as templates for current reporting requirements.