2019 CRDCN National Conference in Halifax

Registrations now open! Early bird fees available until September 20

 

CRDCN National Policy Challenge. Click for details
Analyzing Data for the Common Good

CRDCN National Policy Challenge - 2nd Edition

Analytical competition for graduate students passionate about public policy and data

Deadline: August 25, 2019

Learn more and apply here

The CRDCN Emerging Scholars Grant

 

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CRDCN Webinar Series

 

 

Gender Equality in the Workplace

Recording and Power point presentations are now available

Recent News

  • New Canada Research Chair in AI & Health Data

    The University of Manitoba is looking for a Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Artificial Intelligence and Health Data. Those interested can find more information at CAUT.

     

    https://www.academicwork.ca/jobs/crc-tier-2-in-artificial-intelligence-f...

    12 August 2019 - 8:56am |
  • Policy Challenge: Applications open for 2nd edition - apply by August 25th

    Hey graduate students!

    Are you passionate about Canadian public policy? Do you love data and dream about statistics? Here is your chance to compete in a national analytics challenge and to influence regional and national public policy.

    What is it?

    30 July 2019 - 1:19pm |
  • Funding opportunity

    The CIHR Healthy Cities Research Initiative (HCRI) is pleased to announce an upcoming new funding opportunity: Data Analysis Using Existing Databases and Cohorts. The intent of this funding opportunity is to highlight and encourage the use of previously funded cohort, administrative, and survey data. Data platforms that allow access to and/or linkage of multiple datasets include the Canadian Urban Environmental Health Research Consortium (CANUE). There will be three funding streams: one stream in cancer prevention and control, another in reproductive, maternal, child, and youth health, as well as a stream in healthy cities intervention research. CIHR will be hosting webinar(s) to support researchers interested in participating in the healthy cities intervention stream. The details will be posted shortly on CIHR website. Statistics Canada, CMHC and CANUE will also be holding a two-hour webinar to provide more information on datasets available that are relevant to healthy cities research on June 25, 2019 (1:00 – 3:00). Applicants must register to participate.

    3 July 2019 - 10:48am |