Notice

All CAN funding programs are currently under review and will not be accepting applications at this time.

Funding Programs

Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN) was developed to increase the connectedness, scope, scale, success and impact of neuroscience and mental health research, education and translation in Alberta. CAN’s best avenues for impact are through bringing people together to develop and enhance collaborations. CAN offers six programs to support the collaborative engagement of Alberta’s neuroscience community.

Academic Exchange

Campus Alberta Neuroscience Academic Exchange (CANAE) Program
Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN) offers this program to support neuroscience and mental health exchange visitors to the affiliated Alberta institutions: University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and University of Lethbridge. The long-term goal of the program is to strengthen research, clinical, education and translation collaborations among the three universities.

HOW TO APPLY

Download the Academic Exchange (CANAE) Program Guidelines for instructions on how to apply to this program.

QUESTIONS?

If you are interested in applying to this program and require further information, please contact Campus Alberta Neuroscience at (403) 220-2422 or [email protected].

FORMS

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Conference Support

Campus Alberta Neuroscience (CAN) offers support for organizers of Alberta-based conferences related to neuroscience and mental health research, education, and translation. This program is designed exclusively to support and facilitate trainee attendance at conferences held by CAN’s three affiliated institutions (University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and University of Lethbridge) or by other relevant organizations holding conferences in Alberta. By promoting and facilitating trainee attendance, this program supports the establishment and expansion of cross campus neuroscience and mental health networks and collaborations within Alberta.

HOW TO APPLY

Download the Conference Support Program Guidelines for instructions on how to apply to this program.

QUESTIONS

If you are interested in applying to this program and require further information, please contact Campus Alberta Neuroscience at (403) 220-2422 or [email protected].

FORMS

To complete these forms, please save the PDFs to your computer beforehand. Form editing is not available inside a web browser window.

Making an Expense Claim

Travel and Expense Claims Reimbursement Procedure
All successful applicants of a Campus Alberta Neuroscience program must submit a Research Accounting Expense Claim form with original receipts and supporting documentation.

All expense claim forms are reimbursed according to the University of Calgary’s Travel and Expense Claim Handbook . The process for submitting claims may vary slightly depending on the applicant’s home institution. Please see the Program Expense Claim Guidelines before submitting an expense claim.

If you have any questions in regard to completion of the Expense Claim form, please contact Campus Alberta Neuroscience at (403) 220-2422 or [email protected].

FORMS

To complete these forms, please save the PDFs to your computer beforehand. Form editing is not available inside a web browser window.