Clinical Trainee Research Grant

Resident/Clinical Fellow Trainee Research Grant Program

This funding opportunity is operated by the Department of Pediatrics and funded by the generous support of the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation through the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute. Residents and clinical fellows can access up to $2,000 (plus an additional $780 for biostatistics support, if relevant) to carry out an independent research project. The proposed work should be within the applicant's ability to execute independently, within the time available, and under the guidance of the proposed supervisor/mentor. Awardees may hold this grant once per eligible program type.


Applications may be submitted at any time. The turn-around for a grant review is approximately four weeks.


Applicants must:
  • currently be enrolled in a residency, subspecialty residency or clinical fellowship program in the Department of Pediatrics;
  • not have initiated/started work on this research project;
  • have met with a WCHRI biostatistician for consultation and service quote before submitting applications, if this service is included as part of the application; and,
  • be WCHRI in-training members.
Supervisors must:
  • be WCHRI academic members;
  • have an emerging or demonstrated record of research mentorship.
Application information

Contact Pediatric Research

Email any questions about the grant to

Subspecialty residents and clinical fellows: Geoff Ball, Associate Chair, Research,

General pediatric residents: Joan Robinson, Director Trainee Research

Note that residents and fellows funded under the WCHRI Resident/Clinical Fellow Trainee Research Grant (i.e. prior to September 1, 2017) will continue to have their awards administered through WCHRI. If you have any questions regarding your WCHRI award, please contact WCHRI's Research Grants Administrator, Michelle Bailleux, at 780-248-2090 or