The Alberta Multiple Sclerosis Collaboration (Alberta MS Collaboration) is accepting clinical and research postdoctoral fellowship proposals from Alberta-based trainees focused on multiple sclerosis in the area of neuro-protection and repair.
The Alberta MS Collaboration is a multi-stakeholder initiative supporting innovation in MS research and translation in Alberta. Current partners include the Alberta MS Network, Alberta Economic Development and Trade, Alberta Health, Campus Alberta Neuroscience, the MS Society of Canada, and Sanofi Genzyme Canada. Funding for the current competition was provided by Sanofi Genzyme Canada.
These one or two year clinical and research fellowships offer unique training opportunities in multi-institutional collaborative clinical and research programs in Alberta. Recipients of the research PDF award will typically carry out their research activities at two Alberta institutions, while clinical recipients are encouraged but not required to have a multi-institutional component to their placement. Recipients with a multi-institutional placement will engage in research and training activities at their home institution, while also maintaining significant collaboration and connection to their partner institution.
Clinical fellowships will be valued at $60,000 per annum for up to two years with a Collaboration Allowance of $5000, while research fellowships will be valued at $37,000, with an $8000 Collaboration Allowance.
The deadline for applications is May 15, 2018. For more details on the competition, as well as to apply, please see Campus Alberta Neuroscience website.
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