Congratulations to our PhD Trainee, Dr. Katherine Nelson from Pediatrics, Palliative Care/Child Health Evaluative Sciences Program (Supervisor: Dr. Astrid Guttmann) on receiving the prestigious 29th Annual Andrew Sass-Kortsak Award. The a..
The Developmental Psychobiology Laboratory at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is seeking a PhD student to join the lab for September 2017. Four years of funding is guaranteed at $25,000 per annum for Canadian students and $30,000 p..
CCHCSP is pleased to announce that our grant proposal to develop an online curriculum for patient oriented research for patients/families and child health researchers (PORCCH) was awarded funded through the Ontario SPOR Unit. We worked close..
Are you an undergrad trying to decide what to do next? Are you an administrator or technician who loves research and patient care? Do you love hosting events? If you answer yes to any or all of the above questions than this opportunity is for ..
I am excitedly writing to let CCHCSP know of a recent publication entitled “Assessment of the family environment in paediatric neurodisabiity: a state of the art review” found here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dmcn.13287/ab..
CCHCSP congratulates Katherine Nelson for her recent publication in JAMA. Here she describes survival and utilization of surgery among children with trisomy 13 and 18, born over a 21-year period in Ontario, Canada. Click here for the NCBI l..
CCHCSP Hosts its First Twitter Chat on “Launching Your Research Career” for Budding Clinician-Scientists For over a decade, the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program (http://www.cchcsp.org or @CCHCSP on Twitter) has work..