ATP Welcomes Researchers

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Welcome Researchers!

“The overall goal of ATP is to support research that will advance knowledge in the area of cancer and chronic disease etiology, to inform the development of more effective risk reduction strategies in the future.“

-Paula Robson, Scientific Director, Alberta’s Tomorrow Project

Attention Researchers

Our next application deadline is November 1, 2017. Please note that submissions are now only accepted on a bi-annual basis, with the next submission deadline (after November 1st) being June 1st, 2018

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Don’t Delay, Apply Today

  • 30,000+ Biospecimen Samples (Blood, Urine and Saliva)

  • 30,000+ Physical Measurements

  • 55,000 Health and Lifestyle Factors

For more information, please visit our Data Collection Overview page.

Attention Grant Applicants

It’s grant season, and Alberta’s Tomorrow Project can support your research into cancer and chronic disease. You can easily determine if our data and biological samples fit your research question, and we will be happy to support your grant application! Please complete the
and we will review your idea and connect with you within 5 business days.

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Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)

New data analysis grants are available for researchers working in the area of cancer prevention and control.  The grants will support analysis of data from established Canadian population cohorts, including Alberta’s Tomorrow Project (ATP) and other regional cohorts within the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP).

Ten grants of $75,000 for up to one year will be awarded, with an additional $25,000 per grant available for the analysis and use of existing biosamples.

Specifically, the grants are designed to support research into cancer prevention and control in the following three areas:

  • Targeting High Fatality Cancers
  • Health Economics and Health Services Research in Cancer Control
  • Redressing Cancer Risk Factor Disparities and Prevention Service Inequities

For more details, please visit the CIHR website.

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Diabetes, Obesity and Nutrition Strategic Clinical Network

New seed grants are available from Alberta Health Services’ Diabetes, Obesity, & Nutrition Strategic Clinical Network (DON-SCN). Four grants of $10,000 each will be awarded for research targeting prevention or improved care for patients at risk of or experiencing diabetes, obesity or nutrition-related health problems.

The seed grants aim to provide support to develop or strengthen new research proposals for future external funding from organizations like the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) and Alberta Innovates (AI).

For more information, see details of the DON-SCN 2017-2018 seed grant program here.

Grant Applicants – Please Note

We are happy to provide a letter of support on your behalf, but we require at least two weeks to do so.

Step 1:  Browse through our currently available data here.

Step 2: to confirm that we have the data you need. We will respond to your inquiry within 5 business days at the latest. You will receive a copy of your submission.