End of grant/final report
All grant/award recipients must submit scientific reports throughout the grant and after the end date. The report must be submitted fifteen (15) days after the end date of the grant/award. Principal Investigators will be emailed instructions about completing the report in our online system (EGrAMS). If you encounter problems or have not received an email please contact email@example.com.
Submission of these reports is mandatory. Failure to submit the required reports will result in future instalments being withheld.
An "End of Grant Report" must be submitted by the Principal Investigator of any research grant ending in the current year. This end of grant report will highlight the research performed, significant impacts, media coverage, leveraged funding, trainees and any publications/honours during the grant period.
At the end of the award, the Canadian Cancer Society requires the award recipient to submit a report on activities undertaken during tenure of the award. For fellows and students, the report should be prepared in close consultation with the research supervisor.
After the conference, awardees must submit a report on the benefits of their attendance at the conference. The report must be submitted prior to the expense claim being approved.
Last modified on: October 20, 2017