The Foundation is proud of the fact that it funds researchers at all stages of their careers through a variety of funding programs.
The most common is through the Grants-in-Aid (GIA) program. GIAs provide funding for up to three years for the operating costs – laboratory supplies, technicians and equipment – of cutting-edge research that will lead to new and more effective ways of preventing and treating heart disease and stroke.
2012-2013 GIA Recipients - RESULTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!2012-2013 University of Alberta
2012-2013 University of Calgary