NMIN

TRAINING

NMIN’s program for Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) seeks to cultivate the next generation of nanomedicine scientists and entrepreneurs, and to train the skilled workforce required by the growing nanomedicines industry in Canada.

The HQP Program is a top priority for the Network and will be the most immediately transformational program NMIN offers.

NMIN Postdoctoral Fellow Awards

2020 Competition

Three awards, each providing a stipend of $40,000 a year for a maximum of two years, are available in the following areas:

1) Targeted Drug Delivery, 2) Gene Therapy, and 3) Diagnostics

Application deadline:

Monday, February 24, 2020

NMIN HQP Network (NHN)

The NMIN HQP Network (NHN) fosters networking, knowledge exchange and professional skill development among Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP)—students, trainees, research staff and young professionals—working in the field of nanomedicines.

Membership eligibility: Trainees and new professionals working on NMIN-funded research projects automatically become NSN members. Trainees and new professionals not directly involved in NMIN research, but training or working in the field of nanomedicine research, may apply to join NMIN.

Benefits of membership include the eligibility to apply for a range of capacity-building opportunities currently in planning, including:

  • Annual Trainee Symposium
  • International Research Visits
  • Travel Awards
  • Research Skills Awards
  • Poster Competitions

For details, contact Leah Graystone, HQP and Events Coordinator, at

leahgraystone@nanomedicines.ca

NMIN’s HQP Program will be launched in early 2020.

For more details, contact Leah Graystone, HQP and Events Coordinator, at

leahgraystone@nanomedicines.ca