Canderel Graduate Studentship Award
The Canderel Graduate Studentship Awards are made possible by the ongoing efforts of Mr. Jonathan Wener, the founder and CEO of Canderel Inc., and the Défi Canderel annual fundraising event .
Canderel Awards are designed to help in the acquisition of excellent students and postdoctoral fellows who require salary support up to the timet hat they can be supported by external funding agencies.
An application and reference letters must be submitted by the competition deadline May 15th
Status at the GCRC
Must be under the supervision of a scientist who is a full member of the Goodman Cancer Research Centre.
List of GCRC members
Candidate must be a Graduate Student who is within the first year of their program.
$15,000 for one year (supervisor will supplement salary to a recommended minimum of $20,000).
One year, no renewals
How to Apply
Arrange for 1 - 2 reference letters to be sent electronically by your referees to email@example.com.
You must also enter the names and affiliations of your referees on the online application form.
The documents listed below must be submitted, in the following sequence, in a single PDF file.
Name your file: LastName FirstName AwardName YEAR
1. A Title Page that includes candidate's name, graduate status, current supervisor, and project title.
2. A detailed summary of candidate's proposed research project. The summary must be written by the candidate and should not exceed 2 pages (including references).
3. C.V. (including a list of publications)
4. A copy of academic transcripts.
5. Reprints/preprints of candidate's two most important papers, if applicable
*Please also note that a layman's summary, your picture and a statement of release will also be required along with your application. Refer to the online application form for more details.
Complete and submit the online application form by the competition deadline. Link to the online form
CV (past performance, scientific achievements and activities)
Letters of reference
Scientific excellence and reasoning
Experimental design and feasibility
Clarity of the research proposal
Insight into the future directions