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Publication Grants

Publication Grants

Publication Grants are limited grants provided to investigators to support publishing retrospective data that advances science and medical knowledge across CSL Behring's areas of focus in the form of manuscripts, abstracts, posters, or oral presentations.

Publication Grants support organizing, analyzing and publishing retrospective data that is already collected, compiled and available to the Investigator/Author.  Request limit is $5,000.00 (CAD).

Areas of Focus

- Immunodeficiency
- Hemophilia Disorders
- Immune-mediated Neuromuscular Disorders
- Acquired & Oral Anticoagulant-Associated Bleeding
- Hereditary Angioedema (HAE)

Application Requirements

All applications to be submitted in English

A complete Publication Grant application is to include the following:

  • An online application submitted through the portal
  • Signed and dated CV
  • Detailed budget

Application Request Process

  • Review "Areas of Focus" to identify if the grant request aligns with CSL Behring's areas of interest.
  • Review the Innovative Medicines Canada Code of Ethical Practices and ICMJE recommendations for proper funding disclosure guidance.
  • To start an application click on "Apply Here".
  • Log in to your account. First time requestors must create an account.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: Who should I contact for more information regarding Publication Grants?
A: You can contact your regional Medical Science Liaison by clicking here.

Q: How long does the review process take?
A: Applications are reviewed on a monthly basis and you will be notified when the CSL Behring Review Committee has arrived at a decision. Decisions are based on medical and scientific value in addition to current resources and research priorities.

Q: Can Publication Grants be used for prospective data collection?
A: No. PGs support organizing, analyzing and publishing retrospective data that is already collected.

Q: Will awarded funding be reportable under the Physician Payments Sunshine Act?
A: Yes.