BRAIN CREATE | Interdisciplinary Training Program for New Neurotechnologies


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Professors Marc Poulin and Richard Wilson from the University of Calgary are pleased to announce new cutting-
edge training opportunities with full scholarships for MSc and PhD students and Postdoctoral Fellows. Training draws heavily on elective workshops and is focused in labs developing drugs, devices and protocols that improve
nervous system function and monitoring. Funding will be provided for up to 100 trainees over the next 5 years.


  • Training in both neurosciences and integrated physiology
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The Canadian-IBRO School Offers Two Teaching Internships on Neuroscience Education and Research in Africa and Latin America.

COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to uncertainties related to the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Canadian IBRO School has been postponed to 2021.  New opportunities will be posted next year.


Deadline for applications: March 30, 2020

A unique opportunity for 2 senior neuroscience graduate students or postdocs, registered at a Canadian university, interested in helping to promote neuroscience education and research capacity in Africa and Latin America.

This internship program builds on the rich scientific and cultural diversity that the Canadian-IBRO School program has accumulated since its inception in 2006. Successful applicants will spend 3 ½-weeks in Montreal, from May 14 – June 7, 2020 at the 14th Canadian-IBRO School.

Who should apply?
A unique opportunity for 2 senior neuroscience Graduate Students or Postdoctoral Fellows, registered at a Canadian university, interested in helping to promote neuroscience education and research capacity in Africa and Latin America.

The two Canadian IBRO Trainee Interns will contribute to the teaching of graduate trainees from Latin America and Africa, and gain valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities of conducting research in countries with limited resources. The Interns will be advised on how to coordinate discussions and interact with talented students from diverse backgrounds who have English as a second language. In addition, the Interns will gain a deeper knowledge of Canada’s role in international development and in lessening the burden of neurological diseases in low- and middle-income countries.
For more details consult the following page.

Where & When
The internship will take place in Montreal from May 14 – June 7, 2020, and include participation in the annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Neuroscience (CAN). This program covers travel costs, meals, and accommodation.

How to apply
Applicants should complete the online application. Instructions are provided on this page:

Submit a brief (200 words) statement of how their interests align with this internship, an updated CV, and a letter of reference from their supervisor before March 30, 2020 to:

Dr. Ellis Cooper:

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