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Offered by Canadian Blood Services
The James Kreppner Award Program annually awards up to $50,000 to support one legal and/or bioethical research project for a period of one year. Its objective is to support legal and bioethics research relevant to Canadian Blood Services’ priorities, which include (1) the legal, regulatory and/or ethical aspects of donation, collection, storage, and use of blood, blood products, and novel uses of hematopoietic stem cells, and (2) organ and tissue donation and transplantation. Applicants must be legal or bioethics researchers affiliated with a Canadian academic program as a faculty member. Health sciences researchers who are affiliated with a Canadian academic program as a faculty member and can demonstrate that their experience and/or research team composition can conduct a legal and/or bioethics research project may also be considered. For more information and the list of high-research priority areas, we recommend checking out the Canadian Blood Service’s website.
The Canadian Blood Services is a not-for-profit charitable organization. Regulated by Health Canada as a biologics manufacturer and primarily funded by the provincial and territorial ministries of health, Canadian Blood Services operates with a national scope, infrastructure and governance that makes it unique within Canadian healthcare.
Applicants must be legal, bioethics, or health science researchers affiliated with a Canadian academic program as a faculty member.
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