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Centre for Brain & Mental Health

The Integrative Research Training Fellowship Program

*This competition is restricted to internal, SickKids Research Fellows only.
*Please note that there is a different application process and deadline for Healthcare Professional and Basic Science applicants

Program Overview

The Integrative Research Training Fellowship Program is a strategic initiative of the SickKids Centre for Brain & Mental Health (C-BMH), which provides advanced fellows with a comprehensive research training opportunity in a new discipline that enhances and supplements their prior training and professional background.

Fellows MUST cross brain and/or mental health related disciplines in order to be considered for an Integrative Research Training Fellowship.

Examples include, but are not limited to:

• Neurologist or neurosurgeon training in a psychology lab;

• PhD Social Worker training in psychiatry;

• Neuroscientist training in a brain imaging lab or psychiatry.


Program Goals

  • To develop a synergy between the applicant’s research goals and the skills and knowledge that can be obtained through the fellowship.
  • To increase inter-disciplinary and inter-professional capacity (i.e. specialized training and skill growth for already highly skilled professionals) within the Centre for Brain & Mental Health.
  • To advance innovation in science by bringing together supervisors and trainees from complimentary disciplines to address novel research questions.

Application Process

Check back for details about the next competition.

For C-BMH related questions, please contact Anna Gross, Program Manager: anna.gross@sickkids.ca

For Restracomp process related questions, please contact RTC Program Coordinator, Grace Park: grace.park@sickkids.ca