2018 I2C competition open, now with experiential training in partnership with Mitacs

January 18, 2018
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Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research

Applications are now open for MSFHR's 2018 Innovation to Commercialization (I2C) competition.

Now in its second year, the I2C Program provides funding to help BC health researchers advance their products or technologies towards practical application to improve health outcomes, benefit society, and enrich the health innovation ecosystem in BC.

New for 2018, MSFHR is pleased to be partnering with Mitacs to offer I2C award applicants the opportunity to apply for supplemental funding to support and train Master’s students, PhD students and post-doctoral fellows involved with their I2C projects, and foster collaboration between researchers, students and industry.

The letter of intent deadline is February 16, 2018, with full applications due April 3, 2018. More information is available on the MSFHR website.