Policies and administration
Describes policies and practices which govern how funds are spent and how statements of account should be reported to the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute. Statement of account forms may be found under the forms section.
Outlines conditions and regulations that apply to all individuals receiving research funds or training assistance.
Host institution/Canadian Cancer Society agreement
Outlines policies, obligations and responsibilities of grantees and host institutions.
Stem cell policy
Indirect costs policy
Outlines policies which apply to all funded research involving links between the private sector and academia. Covers issues such as intellectual property rights and conflict of interest.
Codes of conduct
Integrity in research and scholarship
Defines policies and expectations surrounding integrity in research and scholarship that apply to all individuals whose research is funded through the Canadian Cancer Society.
Maternity/parental leave policy
Describes maternity/parental leave rules and policies for full-time graduate and postdoctoral fellows supported within a grant or independent award, and for investigators receiving grant funds.
Open access policy
Outlines the Canadian Cancer Society open access policy.
Communication with the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute
Outlines how applicants can contact the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute.
Describes our policy on the prohibition of tobacco industry funding while holding a CCS grant.
CBCRA grantees must follow the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute guidelines except when detailed in specific grant application guides/competitions.
CTCRI guidelines can be found on the CTCRI website.
Note: The programs and policies are continually under review. Comments and suggestions for discussion by the National Office, the Board of Directors or the Advisory Council on Research should be e-mailed to email@example.com.
Last modified on:
31 July 2012
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