Membership in the Women and Children’s Health Research Institute is open to those who want to make a difference in women and children’s health, including academics, clinicians, research trainees, health-care workers and members of government agencies and community organizations.
Membership is free, subject to WCHRI approval and falls under four categories:
Networking: Opportunities to share knowledge, meet other researchers and form trans-disciplinary partnerships.
Grant Funds: Operating grants, start-up funding, Summer Studentships, Graduate Studentships and Resident/Sub-Specialty Resident research training funds are available on a competitive basis. WCHRI also offers limited funding to support visiting speakers, hosted conferences and trainee travel.
Resources: Extensive core resources are available to help researchers with every aspect of their work. Click here for a complete list.
Professional Development: Regular workshops, Lunch & Learn seminars and an annual Research Day offer informative, topical presentations.
Mentoring: Residents, graduate students and post-graduate fellows are able to present their research projects for judging, evaluation and awards. They may apply to work with senior researchers as part of Summer Student Grant and Science Shop placements.
to become a member: Please click here to apply for Membership. Please note that a CV must be uploaded to the application form.
to become a member:
Please click here to apply for Membership. Please note that a CV must be uploaded to the application form.