SRFC Major Research Grant for Biomedical Research into Intellectual Impairment


To support biomedical research into intellectual impairment.

The focus of research should be on the causes and cure of the disease as opposed to the active treatment or palliative care.


Open to researchers who have or are offered at least a 3 year academic appointment at a Canadian university or research hospital. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent resident.

Quantity Available



  • Annual
  • Dependent on funds available

Study Length

up to 3 years

Award Value

Canadian $35,000

Application procedure

Applicants must submit their application form and research proposal.

Closing date

April 30th

Study Level

  • Research

Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation of Canada (SRFC)

The Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation of Canada (SRFC) is a private charitable foundation, funded by donations and bequests from the 26,000 members of the ancient and accepted SRFC. The SRFC labours for the benefit of all Canadians, regardless of race or creed. Over the years millions of dollars have been disbursed to assist dedicated researchers in a search for the causes and cure of intellectual impairment.

Contact Details

More information

For more information regarding this award, please contact the Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation of Canada (SRFC) by using the links below.


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