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Emerging Clinician-Scientist Research Fellowship


AllerGen Emerging Clinician-Scientist Research Fellowship

Request for Applications - Competition Closed

The goal of the AllerGen Emerging Clinician-Scientist Research Fellowship is to enable Canadian Clinical Immunologists and Allergists to pursue allergy, asthma and/or anaphylaxis academic research training immediately following their Clinical Immunology and Allergy sub-specialty clinical training in order to:

  • Strengthen the academic capacity of Canadian Clinical Immunology and Allergy sub-specialists
  • Increase Canadian capacity for translational Clinical Immunology and Allergy research
  • Facilitate enhanced patient care through excellence in basic and clinical Allergy and related immune disease research.

Eligible academic foci include basic and/or clinical research related to allergy, asthma and/or anaphylaxis.

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Call for Applications: English | French

Application Form: English | French

For more information please contact:

Michelle Harkness
Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) and Events Coordinator
AllerGen NCE Inc.
(905) 525-9140 x 26633
michelleharkness@allergen-nce.ca


On April 11, 2011 in Montreal, QC, AllerGen announced Dr. Moshe Ben-Shoshan, from McGill University and the Montreal Children’s Hospital, Montreal, Quebec, as the inaugural winner of a prestigious national Emerging Clinician-Scientist Research Fellowship award valued at $250,000. This award is an innovative solution to the shortage of allergy and clinical immunology researchers and specialists in Canada.

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