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Top up policy It is the policy of the Arthritis Society that applications for top-up funding may be submitted, however applications to support the value of decrements made by other agencies will not be considered. Applications must be for new and/or additional work for an exi...
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Arthritis Society 393 University Avenue, Suite 1700 Toronto, ON M5G 1E6 General Inquiries: info@arthritis.ca Toll-Free: 1.800.321.1433 © The Arthritis Society. All Rights Reserved. Charitable Number: 10807 1671 RR0003
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Arthritis Society 393 University Avenue, Suite 1700 Toronto, ON M5G 1E6 General Inquiries: info@arthritis.ca Toll-Free: 1.800.321.143 © The Arthritis Society. All Rights Reserved. Charitable Number: 10807 1671 RR0003
The Arthritis Society is pleased to announce that it now has the support of the Quebec company Formedica . Over the course of the next two years, it will donate 1.5% of the profit sales of five of its orthopedic products designed for people with arthritis. Founded in 1972, Fo...
The Arthritis Society’s National Board of Directors announces the appointment of Janet Yale to the role of President and CEO, effective June 4, 2012.  Ms. Yale joins The Society having held significant leadership positions in the non-profit, public and private sectors.  Ken ...
The Arthritis Society supports families with programs, resources Arthritis is often thought of as a disease associated with aging, however, a report released today by The Arthritis Society estimates that as many as 24,000 Canadian children aged 18 and under live with a form ...
/about-us/about-the-arthritis... 2018-09-14 12:52:03 PM
Laura is Executive Director of the Arthritis Society, Ontario Division. She is also currently the interim Chief Development Officer, Arthritis Society. In this role, Laura is accountable for delivering annual revenue to the Society to invest in its vision of “a world where pe...
Workplace giving is an easy and effective way for organizations and their employees to support the Arthritis Society. By participating in a workplace-giving program, you are helping the Arthritis Society invest in cutting-edge research to bring us closer to finding a cure and...

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Top up policy It is the policy of the Arthritis Society that applications for top-up funding may be submitted, however applications to support the value of decrements made by other agencies will not be considered. Applications must be for new and/or additional work for an exi...
/researchers/resources 2017-09-28 10:11:51 PM
Letters of Support Researchers requiring a letter of support from the Arthritis Society for external grant applications may request a letter by contacting us at  research@arthritis.ca . Please note that the Arthritis Society will consider providing a letter of support pendin...
Industry-related research This policy governs the conduct of the Arthritis Society when reviewing and supporting research in which the research itself, the investigator or the context in which the work is carried out has, or may develop, a commercial interest. Such instances ...
The Arthritis Society is pleased to announce a call for proposals in support of Rheumatology divisions. Online Research Grants Portal open: Late February 2019 Application submission deadline: April 15, 2019, 5:00 PM (EST) Notification of decision: Mid-August 2019 Fund...
/researchers/researchers-home 2017-10-25 7:18:28 PM
Researchers Canada is a world leader in arthritis research. Through the trust and support of our donors and sponsors, the Arthritis Society is Canada’s largest charitable source of investment in cutting-edge arthritis research, funding more than $200 million in research proje...
The 2019-20 research programs descriptions are listed below. If you have any questions about the research program or if you would like to be added to our mailing list for future funding opportunities, please contact research@arthritis.ca . All applications to any Arthriti...
Indirect costs policy It is the policy of the Arthritis Society that its funds must not be used for the indirect costs associated with the conduct of research. Indirect costs refer to the operational costs that underpin an institution’s research activities (include, but are n...
Research Programs The Arthritis Society’s research program is grounded on our goal of finding the causes and cures of arthritis and to promote the best possible treatments and care of those with arthritis. Most importantly, transparency, fairness and accountability remain pr...
The Arthritis Community Research & Evaluation Unit The Society provides an annual payment to support Arthritis Community Research & Evaluation Unit (ACREU). ACREU was founded in 1991 as an interdisciplinary research unit with a mission to explore the impact of arthritis on ...

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