Grants and Funding Opportunities

To find U of T and external grants and funding opportunities, visit the Faculty of Medicine's What's New in Research Funding and Funding Opportunities pages.

Research Program Funds

Name of Award Eligibility Deadline amount

Research Travel Fund

Faculty member March 15 and
September 15
$1,000 to $1,500
Research Publication Fee Award Faculty member May 1 50% of publication acceptance
fee up to a max. $1500 CAD per publication.

 

Faculty Development Funds and Grants

Name of Award Eligibility Deadline amount

Faculty Development and Continuing Education

   
Faculty Development (FD) Fund Academic staff appointed to the DFCM, U of T. October 15 and March 15 Support will be considered for: Publication of scholarly papers (mini-sabbaticals); Travel (and related expenses) to conferences to present scholarly work 
Professional Development (PD) Program Development Fund Academic staff appointed to the DFCM, U of T. October 15 Two awards annually of $5000 - one each for faculty development (FD) and continuing medical education (CME) - to support the creation of new educational programs.

 

Graduate Studies and Continuing Education

name of award eligibility deadline
DFCM Tuition Support for Clinical Faculty Appointed Clinical Faculty September 30
Waddington Fellowship Family physicians or primary care clinicians licensed and practicing in Ontario who are registered in a graduate program at the University of Toronto for the year the award is granted TBA
Student Conference Support Fund Students in good standing and registered in one of the Academic Fellowship and Graduate Studies programs Continuous
Instructor Conference Support Fund Course instructors in the Academic Fellowship and Graduate Studies program Continuous

Other UofT Awards and External Funding Opportunities

Name of award eligibility
Janus Continuing Professional Development Grants CFPC members in good standing who are family physicians in active practice
University of Toronto Tuition Waiver Benefit Full-time or full-time equivalent clinical faculty pursuing a qualifying program at the University of Toronto
School of Graduate Studies Scholarships and Awards Varies

Dalla Lana Student Awards and Funding Opportunities

Varies

Mary Elizabeth McGanity Parkin Graduate Fellowship in Community Health

Students registered in the MPH (FCM), MScCH (FCM) or MScCH (HPTE) fields on the basis of financial need and academic merit

Lifebeat ’96 Graduate Studentship Award in Women's Health

Students registered in the MPH (FCM), MScCH (FCM) or MScCH (HPTE) fields on the basis of financial need and academic merit

Wilfred H. McKinnon Palmer Academic Award

Students registered in the MPH (FCM), MScCH (FCM) or MScCH (HPTE) fields on the basis of academic excellence

 

FOM Education Development Fund (internal)

Name of Fund Eligibility Deadline Amount
FOM Education Development Fund (internal) -
matching funds (3 proposals accepted by DFCM)
  January 5 EDF grants require matched funding (up to $10,000 from the
EDF matched by the DFCM) and proposals that would require
this match to come from the Department must be supported
by the Department Chair.

 

Education Scholarship

name of fund eligibility deadline amount
Art of the Possible

The primary applicant must

  • hold a primary faculty appointment with the DFCM as a full-time clinical or part-time clinical member of the Faculty of Medicine. Members of any academic rank (lecturer, assistant professor, associate professor or full professor) are eligible to apply. Adjunct Clinical Faculty members can act as a collaborator on a grant held by a full-time or part-time faculty member.
  • be a faculty member engaged in the educational activities (such as education scholarship or the development and delivery of our educational programs) in/of the DFCM
  • agree to take responsibility for the overall project design, development, budgetary oversight and completion

Faculty members may apply as an individual or as part of a team.

Expression of interest due in April 2017 12 grants of $5,000 every 2 years
       

 

Back to Top