The 2022 CCNA Trainee Synapse Challenge – Funded Projects

 The 2022 CCNA Trainee Synapse Challenge – Funded Projects

2022 Trainee Synapse Challenge Funded Projects Congratulations to all recipients! **Note: Projects are in order as they were ranked by the review committee (e.g., 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.) Achieving Health Equity by Addressing Risk and Resilience Factors in Dementia (1st) Trainee Applicants:...

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Mining CCNA Gold II, April 13th, 2023

Mining CCNA Gold II, April 13th, 2023

Vancouver, BC, April 13th, 2023 Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Join the CCNA Training and Capacity Building Program in Vancouver on April 13th, 2023 for Mining CCNA Gold II. The workshop is a follow up to the first Mining CCNA Gold Workshop...

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CCNA Trainee Research Support Program

CCNA Trainee Research Support Program

Supporting New and Upcoming researchers in Canadian Alzheimer's and Dementia Research Now Accepting Applications Application Deadline: Tuesday, December 20th, 2022 by 11:59 pm Pacific Standard Time The CCNA Trainee Research Support Program provides up to $1000 to full-time CCNA trainees on a...

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Opportunité de doctorat : Transilab Laval-ROSA

Opportunité de doctorat : Transilab Laval-ROSA

Opportunité de doctorat sur un projet de grande envergure impliquant des décideurs, cliniciens, patients vivant avec un trouble neurocognitif majeur et aidants! Description de l’offre Nous sommes à la recherche d’un-e étudiant-e au doctorat pour collaborer à un projet provincial innovant :...

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REPOST – Canadian Nurses Foundation Awards

REPOST – Canadian Nurses Foundation Awards

The Canadian Nurses Foundation Research Awards Funding for Dementia Research Focussing on Inclusion, Equity, Diversity, and Accessibility   Now Open to Applications from Postdoctoral Researchers New Application Deadline: Friday, December 16th, 2022   Click here for application information

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2022 CCNA Partners Forum and Science Days – Best Poster Abstract Recipients

2022 CCNA Partners Forum and Science Days – Best Poster Abstract Recipients

The Training and Capacity Building Program offers its congratulations to the following CCNA trainees whose poster abstracts were chosen by the Abstract Review Committee for Best Poster Abstract in the categories below. We would like to thank the abstract...

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Research Assistant Opportunity –  Department of Family Medicine, McGill University

Research Assistant Opportunity – Department of Family Medicine, McGill University

The CCNA's ROSA Team is looking for a Research Assistant The CCNA Research on Organization of Healthcare Services for Alzheimers (ROSA) Team is looking for a research assistant to work on projects, led by Senior Research Associate, Geneviève Arsenault-Lapierre, on health...

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PhD Opportunity – McGill, Department of Family Medicine

PhD Opportunity – McGill, Department of Family Medicine

Opportunité de doctorat sur un projet de grande envergure impliquant des décideurs, cliniciens, patients vivant avec un trouble neurocognitif majeur et aidants! PhD opportunity on a large-scale project involving policy makers, clinicians, patients living with major neurocognitive disorder and caregivers! Description...

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2022 Partners Forum and Science Days Trainee Poster Invitation Program

2022 Partners Forum and Science Days Trainee Poster Invitation Program

Amplify your work and get expert feedback by inviting CCNA investigators to attend your poster presentation! This year, we want to help CCNA trainees connect with CCNA researchers! All CCNA trainees (undergraduate, graduate) and postdoctoral researchers presenting posters on CCNA...

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2022 Trainee Synapse Challenge

2022 Trainee Synapse Challenge

The 2022 CCNA Trainee Synapse Challenge The Synapse Challenges supports new and upcoming researchers in Canadian Dementia Research This funding cycle is now closed. Stay tuned for final results! The CCNA Trainee Synapse Challenge is generously supported by the Alzheimer Society of Canada,...

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