Resident Research Awards
The Canadian Association of Gastroenterology, in partnership with Shire Pharma Canada ULC and Actavis Specialty Pharmaceuticals Co., are pleased to announce the availability of four (4) Resident Research Training Awards (2-Shire, 2-Actavis). These awards are designed to encourage research during clinical training and provide a foundation for research activities after gastroenterology training has been completed. The long-term goal is to stimulate research interests (basic science or clinical) in gastroenterology residents and also promote full-time faculty involvement in the research training of residents. The value of the award is $5,000. The award is to support the research project and is not a stipend.
The 2015 competition is now open. The deadline for applications was January 31st 2015.
The guidelines / application form can be accessed here.
Please note that applicants must complete and submit their application in two steps:
1. completion of the registration information using the online form and,
2. submission of a completed application (one single combined pdf file) by email.