CHS Global Partnerships for Research & Innovation Opens its Call for Proposals for the Two-Year Funding Cycle Starting in 2023

TORONTO - CHS Global Partnerships for Research & Innovation is excited to open its call for proposals for the two-year funding cycle beginning in fall 2023. Successful applications can request up to $50,000 per year for each of the two years.  

All proposals must align and support our Research Areas of Focus, which are as follows:  

HEARING HEALTH: Prevention, identification, assessment, treatment and (re)habilitation of auditory and balance difficulties. 

HEARING SCIENCE: Research activities in the fields of acoustics, neuroscience, and psychology concerning perception of sound.

DEAF STUDIES: Research activities in the fields of sociology, language, and inclusivity of Deaf individuals.  

QUALITY OF LIFE: Research related to the impacts of being Deaf or hard of hearing as relates to an individual’s ability to participate and enjoy life activities.

We are interested in funding research that is relevant and will have a significant impact on improving the quality of life for Deaf and hard of hearing individuals and their families. Whether your work is based in clinical protocols, sound perception, language acquisition, or community participation; whether your methodology is quantitative or qualitative, dissemination is clinical or based in service delivery; we are looking for projects that are across the lifespan and individuals’ journey toward full community participation.

To learn more about the Funding Application process and timelines, please visit our website at https://www.chsglobalpartnerships.com/funding-opportunities/funding-application .

All questions regarding the call for proposals and/or the application process should be directed to submit@chsglobalpartnerships.com

ABOUT CHS GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS FOR RESEARCH & INNOVATION 

CHS Global Partnerships for Research & Innovation is a non-profit organization and strategic leader in the advancement of research and innovation that improves the quality of life for Deaf and hard of hearing individuals. As the research and innovation arm of Canadian Hearing Services, it supports intellectual inquiry by providing research grants that address multifaceted issues related to hearing loss and facilitates innovative solutions for the sector. 

For more information about CHS Global Partnerships for Research & Innovation, please visit www.chsglobalpartnerships.com.