Clinical Research Mentorship Colloquium
This is a new program created to provide expertise and training support to early career clinical researchers to take a clinical question and design a research project.
The goal of the Clinical Research Mentorship Colloquium is to provide expertise and training support to early career clinical researchers to take a clinical question and design a research project. Funding will be available through a competitive process for at least one of the projects at the end of the program, with the overall goal of enhancing the research success of early career clinical investigators, by supporting and contributing to their efforts to secure external research funding.
The Clinical Research Mentorship Colloquium is a partnership between Dalhousie University (Faculty of Medicine), Nova Scotia Health, the Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation, the IWK Health Centre, and the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation, who recognize that the path to continued success in the area of clinical research is through continued collaboration. Collectively, this partnership is contributing $230,000, plus in-kind support to early career clinical researchers.
At the conclusion of the program, funding will be available to support a number of clinical research projects.
Each session, taking place from September 2021 to March 2022, consists of a 30-minute presentation, a 30-minute full group discussion, and 30-minute break-out for each participant to work with advisors/mentors.
- Program Agenda (PDF)
|Dr. Kim Anderson||Cardiology|
|Dr. Wael Sumaya||Cardiology|
|Dr. Kavish Chandra||Emergency Medicine|
|Dr. Rawan Alrashed||Emergency Medicine|
|Dr. Vicki Munro||Endocrinology|
|Dr. Pam Jarrett||Geriatric Medicine|
|Dr. Samuel Searle||Geriatric Medicine|
|Dr. Suzanne Salsman||Geriatric Medicine; Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation|
|Dr. Shifana Lalani||Maternal Fetal Medicine|
|Ms. Jennifer Skinner||Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick|
|Dr. Amanda Vinson||Nephrology|
|Dr. Divya Subburaj||Pediatric Hematology/Oncology|
|Dr. Stephanie Villeneuve||Pediatric Hematology/Oncology|
|Dr. Abraham Nunes||Psychiatry|
|Dr. Michael Ha||Radiation Oncology|
|Dr. Allison Wallace||Surgery|
|Dr. Yong Kim||Community Health and Epidemiology|
For more information, please contact Sara Lavender, Director, Medical Research Development Office.