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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Repost: Canadian Nurses Foundation Funding Opportunity

Repost: Canadian Nurses Foundation Funding Opportunity

The Canadian Nurses Foundation Dementia Research Student Award (Repost) Funding for Inclusion, Equity, Diversity, and Accessibility Research and  Research with Indigenous Populations Extended Application Deadline: Thursday, September 29th, 2022 FULL APPLICATION DETAILS HERE In partnership with the Canadian Nurses Foundation (CNF), the Canadian...

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The Symposium on Aging Research (SoAR)

The Symposium on Aging Research (SoAR)

Call for Abstracts Submission Deadline: February 25, 2022 SoAR 2022 will be held virtually on April 27th, 2022. Undergraduate, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows conducting aging-related research across Canada are invited to attend and submit an abstract. For more information and to submit an abstract, visit the SoAR...

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Mining CCNA Gold I, April 7th, 2022

Mining CCNA Gold I, April 7th, 2022

Mining CCNA Gold I: A Virtual Workshop on the COMPASS-ND Cohort Study Thank you to the speakers and participants for making this workshop a success! Workshop Recording Workshop Program Executive Summary The Mining CCNA Gold, COMPASS-ND Workshop for trainees and research staff took...

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Trainee Profile – Dr. Jasmine Mah, Dalhousie University, CCNA Team 14

Trainee Profile – Dr. Jasmine Mah, Dalhousie University, CCNA Team 14

Dr. Jasmine Mah is a doctoral student studying under Dr. Melissa Andrew and Dr. Kenneth Rockwood as part of CCNA Team 14: Multi-Morbidity and Dementia. Jasmine graduated from the University of Ottawa with her MD in 2017 and recently...

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Listening to Trainee Concerns and Suggestions During COVID-19

Listening to Trainee Concerns and Suggestions During COVID-19

Listening to Trainee Concerns and Suggestions During COVID-19: a Report from the Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) The Training and Capacity Building (T & CB) Program is pleased to share the results of the 2020 survey conducted on...

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Knowledge Translation and Exchange Journal Club

Knowledge Translation and Exchange Journal Club

Are you interested in Knowledge Translation? Join the next CCNA Trainee KTE journal club meeting! We will meet via Zoom on Wednesday, Dec.1st at 2-3 pm EST to discuss this paper: Beyond the project: Building a strategic theory of change to address dementia...

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The CCNA 2021 Trainee Synapse Challenge – Funded Projects

The CCNA 2021 Trainee Synapse Challenge – Funded Projects

On July 21st, 2021 the CCNA Training and Capacity Building Program launched the CCNA Trainee Synapse Challenge calling for CCNA trainees to apply for funding to support innovative trainee-led projects investigating new pathways for better prevention, treatment and quality...

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