2020 Discovery Awards
Applications now open!
Meet the 2019 Discovery Awardees
With support from our generous donors, we are funding promising early career researchers in our 2019-20 Discovery Award Program
We identify young Canadian researchers with limited resources who demonstrate excellence and creativity in health and biomedical science and provide them with Discovery Awards.
With generous support from donors and volunteers in 2018, we supported 9 outstanding early career researchers across Canada. These researchers have since made significant progress on their research projects, expanded their research teams, received additional honours and awards, and secured…
The Banting Research Foundation and DMRF Canada are pleased to announce the Banting Research Foundation Discovery Award supported by DMRF Canada is now accepting applications for 2020. This marks the fourth year of a funding partnership to support research by…
On Tuesday September 10th, award recipients, volunteers, and friends of The Banting Research Foundation came together to celebrate a fantastic year at the Foundation. Dr. Susan George (1988 Award recipient) shared with us how critical funding from The Banting Research…
The 2019 Banting Research Foundation Discovery Award supported by Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) Canada has been awarded to Dr. Nicholas Strzalkowski from the Department of Biology at Mount Royal University. The Banting Research Foundation and DMRF Canada are thrilled…
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Early support of the Foundation was very helpful in setting my course towards the Gairdner Wightman award.
Assistance from my award helped me on my path to becoming the advocate, scientist, and academic leader I am today.
[the grant] was essential to the survival and development of my research lab at a very difficult time of funding…
Owing to the generous Banting Discovery Award we where able to significantly advance our research program.
Success begets success so smaller grants like the Discovery Award can make a big difference to early career investigators ...