As the national leader in Veterans’ chronic pain research, the Centre of Excellence funds research that improves the well-being of Veterans, and their families, suffering from chronic pain. Funding is also available for graduate scholarships. The Centre of Excellence uses a competitive application process to allocate funding.
There are currently no opportunities available.
Click here to view our Funding Guidelines, which provide further information on application, review, results, funding, integrity, and Sex and Gender-Based Analysis Plus (SGBA)+. All applicants are expected to read these guidelines thoroughly before applying. Applications that do not adhere to these guidelines will not be considered.
Results for the Spring 2022 research funding competition will be released in August 2022.
The Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence for Canadian Veterans (CPCoE) has created Capacity Building Initiatives (CBIs) to build capacity in the field of Veterans’ chronic pain research. The CBIs support Canadian graduate students completing relevant research at the Master’s or Doctoral level. By investing in these students, CPCoE is helping to grow the next generation of researchers who will contribute to improving the well-being of Canadian Armed Forces Veterans, and their families, suffering from chronic pain.
One of CPCoE’s CBIs is dedicated to a founding member of the Advisory Council for Veterans, François Dupéré, who passed away on 20 January 2021. François was an inspiration as a Veteran and as a human being. To preserve his legacy as an advocate for resiliency within the Veterans’ community, CPCoE established a specific CBI in his honour to fund the research of a new Francophone Master’s student on a yearly basis.
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