Arts & Humanities Research Council Development Grant (AH/V002082/1), “Speakers, Listeners, Languages: Patterns Of Variability And Contrast In Spoken Language Dynamics”, Principal Investigator: Christopher Carignan; Co-Investigators: Marianne Pouplier, Bronwen Evans, Eva Reinisch, £349 967 GBP, 2021–present.
Capital Equipment Bid, The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development, "EchoB compact external ultrasound system", Investigator: Christopher Carignan, $15 965 AUD, 2016.
Transdisciplinary and Innovation Grant, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language, "Deciphering the great and mysterious singing machine", Investigators: Christopher Carignan, Catherine Best; Collaborator: Rebecca Scott, $8 000 AUD, 2016.
Language Documentation Grant, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language, "A field manual for ultrasound research", Investigator: Robert Mailhammer; Collaborators: Mark Harvey, Jason Shaw, Tonya Agostini, Christopher Carignan, Donald Derrick, $9 581 AUD, 2016.
Doctoral Dissertation Research: Oral articulation of French nasal vowels. Ryan Shosted (PI), Christopher Carignan (co-PI), and Zsuzsanna Fagyal (co-PI), National Science Foundation (BCS-1121780), 2011–2013, $12,000.
University of Illinois Graduate College Dissertation Completion Fellowship, "Oral Articulation of French Nasal Vowels.", $20 000 USD, 2012–2013.
Student grant, Speech Production Research Education Initiative (SPREI), 2010–2011, $1 000 USD.