The Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) Training & Capacity Building Program (T&CB) is responsible for the interconnected Training, Empowerment, Mentorship, Professional development and Operational support (TEMPO) of trainees affiliated with the CCNA. The Training Program connects new and future researchers in the CCNA’s core strategic research priorities: Prevention, Treatment and Quality of Life for persons living with age-related neurodegenerative conditions. T&CB Program activities are made possible through our partnerships with CCNA investigators, partner organizations, post-secondary institutions and trainees.
The Training & Capacity Building Program Team
Program Co-Lead (Coming Soon)
Past T&CB Program Leads
T&CB Program would like to acknowledge our funding partners, the Alzheimer Society of Canada, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research including the Institute of Indigenous Peoples’ Health, and the Canadian Nurses Foundation.