Research Funding by Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence

Award Quick Look

Deadline: Sunday, June 30, 2024

Amount: $20,000

Student Status: Full Time

Type: External


  • Canadian
  • International
  • Permanent Resident


  • Doctor of Philosophy
  • Master of Science


  • School of Graduate Studies

As the national leader in Veterans’ chronic pain research, the Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence (CPCoE) funds research that improves the well-being of Veterans, and their families, living with chronic pain. The CPCoE uses a competitive application process culminating in review by the Scientific Advisory Board, to allocate funding. The Capacity Building Initiative (CBI) supports a graduate student at the master's level conducting research in the field of Veterans' chronic pain. 


There are 3 research funding opportunities available by Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence:


  • $20,000 per year for a maximum of 2 years for Masters
  • $20,000 per year for a maximum of 3 years for PhD

Application Timeline: March 26 to June 30


Candidates must:

  • Be registered in a master's program at a recognized Canadian university
  • Propose supervised research in chronic pain with a focus on Canadian Armed Forces Veterans that is relevant to the CPCoE Vision and Mission
  • Demonstrate high academic achievement

For more information, application, and guidelines, visit the Chronic Pain Centre of Excellence website