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The University of Ottawa ranks fifth in research intensity among Canada’s top 50 research universities*

* RE$EARCH Infosource Inc. 2007 ranking of Canadašs top 50 research universities, based on 2005-2006 figures

$229M TOTAL RESEARCH FUNDING



TOTAL FUNDING FROM NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCILS


Funding From SSHRC, CIHR and NSERC
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Funding
2005 $8.0M
2006 $8.3M
2007 $8.6M
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Funding
2005 $32.7M
2006 $36.2M
2007 $38.3
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Strategic Program Grants
2005 $12.6M
2006 $14.1M
2007 $14.6M
Canada Research Chairs (SSHRC) Funding
2005 $1.3M
2006 $1.5M
2007 $1.9M
Canada Research Chairs (CIHR) funding
2005 $1.7M
2006 $2.7M
2007 $3.1M
Canada Research Chairs (NSERC) funding
2005 $1.9M
2006 $2.0M
2007 $2.4M




DOLLARS PER SSHRC AWARD

The University of Ottawa ranked fourth in dollars per award in 2006-2007 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
SFU $53,840
Alberta $53,784
Western $52,822
Ottawa $47,121
Laval $44,010
UQAM $41,021
McGill $40,845
Montréal $40,757
UBC $39,198
Toronto $36,062

SSHRC funding per award excluding Canada Research Chairs and research training at the top ten funded universities. Source: SSHRC

DOLLARS PER CIHR AWARD

The University of Ottawa ranks first in dollars per award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) when compared to universities across Canada
Ottawa $132,167
McMaster $116,431
Toronto $108,905
McGill $103,091
UBC $101,944
Queen’s $100,715
Western $100,317
Montréal $97,749
Alberta $97,146
Sherbrooke $93,236

CIHR funding per award, except for Canada Research Chairs and for studentships at universities with medical schools and affiliated institutions. Source: CIHR