The goal of the Legacy Research Grant is to provide seed funding in support of high quality, leading edge respiratory health-related research in Nova Scotia that will help manage and prevent lung disease.
Electronic versions of the application package must be received at the LANS office in Halifax. Applications found to meet established criteria (eligibility and completeness) will be reviewed by an independent Scientific Review Committee.
The Review Committee will make recommendations to the LANS Board of Directors. The LANS Board of Directors will make the final decision regarding the awarding of the grants. Unsuccessful applicants will receive written notification of the decision.
Depending on the Review Committee’s recommendation and the approval of the LANS Board, 1 to 2 grants as high as $25,000 per grant may be awarded - up to a maximum total amount of $25,000.
Recipients of the LANS Legacy Research Fund grants must publish their findings, at a minimum, in an open access journal
*Please note, the Legacy Research Grant does not cover conference costs, cannot be used to support investigators, or used for overhead costs.
To view the criteria grant applications are evaluated on, click here
The Lung Association of Nova Scotia's Scientific Review Committee is comprised of a panel of two scientists and one Respirologist, all with a notable amount of experience in evaluating grant applications
Please click on the image(s) below to view some of the research being funded right here in Nova Scotia:
Click HERE or on the photo below to check out the Research Dr. John Frampton and his team have been working on