Supporting Canadians' Health through
Applied Dietetic and Nutrition Research













Together Advancing Nutrition

The Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research (CFDR) is a registered charitable foundation that provides grants for research in dietetics and nutrition. This research supports quality advice, programs, resources and service delivery—based on credible scientific evidence—that ultimately enhances the health of Canadians. Our work is made possible through the support of corporations, dietitians, individuals and other organizations who share our concern for the nutritional wellbeing of others.

The Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research (CFDR) thanks all who submitted!

The Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research (CFDR) had extended its 2022 Research Grant Competition until October 1st at 4:59PM (ET). CFDR funds research projects up to $20,000 in nutrition and dietetics that contribute to the existing knowledge base in various areas to enhance dietetic practice, and ultimately, to build a healthier Canada.

Priority research directions for the 2022 CFDR grants are outlined in five category descriptions detailed on the CFDR website. We are seeking a diversity of skills, knowledge, backgrounds, and viewpoints. We strongly encourage applications from First Nations, M├ętis and Inuit peoples, racialized persons and those who identify as 2SLGBTQ+. Preferences will be given to project submissions that reflect a collaborative approach to research.

Visit the CFDR website at  https://www.cfdr.ca/Research/Grants.aspxfor full submission criteria and information.
   
CFDR Announces Funding for Six Research Projects 
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CFDR 2020 Annual Report now available
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CFDR Tracking Nutrition Trends reports and data sets are available Click the image to download
   





 
 
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