Undergraduate Summer Studentships

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2015 AllerGen Summer Studentship recipient, Michael Chen (centre front), with members of Dr. James Martin’s laboratory, McGill University

Award Recipients: 2016 Ɩ 2015 Ɩ 2014 Ɩ 2013 Ɩ 2012

AllerGen’s Undergraduate Summer Studentships provide capacity-building opportunities to undergraduate students specializing in biomedical, health, social and/or natural science and engineering studies to participate in research related to allergy, asthma and related immune and/or inflammatory processes and diseases.

The Summer Studentships aim to foster interest in allergic and related disease research among undergraduate students, leading to advanced studies and potentially a career in related research and/or clinical practice.

Ten awards of $3,500 are issued annually, matched 1:1 with non-AllerGen partnered funding for a total award value of $70,000.

“My AllerGen Summer Studentship helped me to achieve a better understanding of the rigorous process of scientific enquiry and confirmed my commitment to pursue a career as a clinician-scientist.”

Abid Qureshi,
University of Calgary

Details regarding the terms and conditions of funding, eligibility, evaluative criteria and the application process are outlined in the Call for Applications, available below.


Competition Deadline

2017 Competition CLOSED

(Deadline was February 10, 2017)


For more information, please contact:

Leah Graystone
Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP) and Events Coordinator
AllerGen NCE Inc.
(905) 525-9140 x 26633
leahgraystone@allergen-nce.ca