The Royal's Institute of Mental Health Research
|Sponsor||The Royal's Institute of Mental Health Research|
Seeking early-career researchers with big ideas focused on the prevention and treatment of mental illness
The Royals Institute of Mental Health Research (IMHR), affiliated with the University of Ottawa, has launched a new research incubator called Emerging Research Innovators in Mental Health (e-RIHMh) - the first of its kind in Canada focusing solely on Mental Health Research.
We are seeking the world's best and brightest early-career researchers ready to put their careers into overdrive. Applicants are encouraged to propose highly original projects that explore out-of-the-box ideas and hold the potential to transform current thinking in Mental Health Research. The successful candidates will get a chance to put their careers into overdrive through salary support, research grant support, mentorship, and real world opportunity for up to five years.
To be eligible, applicants must:
- Be within the first seven years of completion of a MD and/or PhD degree;
- Be engaged in research that complements and contributes to mental health discovery and the strategic priorities of IMHR;
- Demonstrate an excellent level of research achievement and promise of future impact in mental health research, as evidenced by proposed research, quality of publications, awards received, and statements by referees;
- Demonstrate a track record of, or interest in, engaging across disciplines, as well as with sectors beyond academia to enrich and extend the impact of their research;
- Obtain and hold a valid work permit to work in Canada for the period of employment (there are no restrictions on citizenship).
The deadline for applications is April 30, 2017.
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About the IMHR
The IMHR focuses on leading innovative research that will improve clinical practice and strategically advance mental health research. Our overarching objective is to get people living with depression and related conditions (PTSD, suicidal ideation) better faster.
This opportunity was posted by Research Grant and Contract Services.
Last updated: 2017-03-17 16:49:47