This award is directed at candidates with a health professional degree who wish to engage in or enhance their research training. Examples include a MD or a nurse with a MSc, both of whom lack prior extensive research training. Individuals applying to train in laboratory-based (biomedical) sciences will be expected to engage in a PhD program that includes doctoral level research. Registration in a doctoral program is a requirement. A 90% time commitment to the research program is expected.
|$50,000 per year||4 years maximum||April and November 1st|
This award is directed at candidates with a health professional degree and doctoral level training who wish to extend their research competence in child and youth health research. Examples include a MD with a PhD acquired before clinical training and who needs a postdoctoral research experience, or PhD Psychologist who requires additional research training before embarking on a career in child/youth health research. As a general rule, individuals who have recently completed doctoral-level research training in child and youth health research will be expected to advance to the career development program verses a postdoctoral experience. A 90% time commitment to the research program is expected.
|$70,000 per year||3 year maximum||April and November 1st|
This award is directed at clinician scientists who have completed doctoral level research training and who are newly appointed as a clinician scientist (within three years of completing their research training) based in one of the participating Child Health Research Training Centres of the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program. The award will facilitate guarantee of protected time during early career development within a mentored research program. A minimum of 75% time commitment to research is expected.
|$70,000 per year||4 years maximum||April and November 1st|
The goal of the Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program (CCHCSP) is to train the next generation of child and youth health clinician scientists in a multidisciplinary context.
CCHCSP seeks to expand the cadre of paediatric clinician researchers training to be clinician scientist in our program, beyond those individuals whose salary awards are paid by CCHCSP. Recruitment of child health clinician-researchers funded via parallel national research training programs, will serve to enrich the number and quality of trainees who participate in CCHCSP’s multi- and interdisciplinary curriculum.
Upon acceptance into the CCHCSP CEP, trainees will be funded to attend and participate in the CCHCSP Annual National Symposium. This includes the non-compulsory opportunity to submit a poster abstract, participate in the Team Research Learning Program, and have a one on one Evaluation with a CCHCSP mentor. In addition, awardees will be requested to complete the CCHCSP web-based and centre based curriculum as part of their training.
|CCHCSP Annual Symposium Travel Grant||Aligned with salary award.||April and November 1st|