Legacy Research Grant

For more than 30 years, The Lung Association of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island (LANSPEI) has offered an annual Legacy Research Grant competition to support local respiratory health-related research efforts in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. The aim of the Legacy Research Grant is to provide financial support for research projects that generate evidence, outcomes, and/or knowledge and its translation into improved respiratory health and health services for Nova Scotians and Islanders.

We accept applications for research projects that are respiratory health-related and pertain to any of the four missions below.

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Mission 1 (Reduce Harm): Advance disease detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention

Mission 2 (Improve Systems and Resources): Strengthen our health care delivery system

Mission 3 (Build Resilience): Care for vulnerable populations

Mission 4 (Innovate for the Future): Promote better opportunities for future health and wellbeing

 

LANS is pleased to announce that it is continuing its partnership with Research Nova Scotia to offer up to $70,000 in research grant funds in 2022

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Application Process

Are you a researcher in NS or PEI and are conducting research related to respiratory health? If so, you could be eligible to apply for our Legacy Research Grant. Get more information on dates and application guidelines here.

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Funded Research

Our Legacy Research Grant has funded research projects that have to looked to improve treatment for cystic fibrosis, asthma, lung cancer and more. 

The Legacy Research Grant is funded in part by:

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