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CCRF Announces $240,000 Available for New Research

CCRF Announces $240,000 Available for New Research

The Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF) is pleased to announce $240,000 in new funding to be awarded through the foundation’s Spring 2022 Request for Proposals (RFP).

“CCRF has been fostering excellence in musculoskeletal (MSK) research for over 40 years by advancing the critical work of Canada’s chiropractic research community,” says CCRF chair, Dr. Chad Kulak. “Last month CCRF surpassed $1,000,000 in funding with the award of new grants for Early Career Researchers. We felt the most fitting way to celebrate was to take our work to the next level with one of the largest award pools we’ve offered yet.”

This substantial opportunity is open to researchers and clinicians of chiropractic and adjacent healthcare fields who meet the eligibility requirements and have developed proposals that reflect CCRF’s commitment to excellence, impact and outstanding value.

“Researchers, clinicians and our association stakeholders all want the same thing: To make a positive impact on people’s lives; and that’s what we’re committed to facilitating with this spring RFP,” says Dr. Richard McIlmoyle, CCRF Research Committee chair.

If you have a dynamic project idea, the CCRF invites you to submit your Letter of Inquiry by 11:59 pm, Wednesday, May 18th, 2022. For guidelines, submission details and FAQs, please click here or visit

“Our foundation has been very impressed with the submissions we’ve received during prior grant periods and we expect similar quality this time around.” Dr. McIlmoyle adds. “It will certainly be my pleasure to be a part of this process and then make an exciting series of grant announcements in the fall.”

The CCRF invests in national evidence-based research to improve health outcomes of people suffering with neuromusculoskeletal pain and disability. If you believe in the value of research and the future of our profession, the CCRF invites you to support our ground-breaking work by visiting

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