Educational Funding Opportunities
As part of its mandate to train the next generation of research leaders in neurological and mental health, the HBI is proud to offer support opportunities to its trainees at all levels of their education and research experience.
Graduate Student Opportunities
- HBI Graduate Student Recruitment Program
- Dr. T. Chen Fong Doctoral Scholarship in Neuroscience
- Arun Anbazhagan Hotchkiss Brain Institute Travel Award
Post Doctoral Opportunities
Other Educational Opportunities
Research Funding and Support
DCNS/HBI Team Grant Advisory Panel
The Department of Clinical Neurosciences (DCNS) and the Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) are pleased to announce the DCNS/HBI Team Grant Advisory Panel, a joint initiative that will strive to increase our success rates in team grant competitions. Click here for more details.
Clinical Research Unit Pilot Funding
The Clinical Research Unit Pilot Funding initiative supports clinical and translational research in the HBI. Funding will support small scale, feasibility and pilot clinical studies aimed at gathering initial data to support full grant application, particularly when funds for these pilot studies are unavailable elsewhere. Below you will find the necessary forms for submitting your application.
Current competition is now closed. Click here to got to the CRU website.
Additional Support for Research
Rebecca Hotchkiss International Scholar Exchange Program
The Rebecca Hotchkiss International Scholar Exchange (RHISE) Program was established to develop new interactions and strengthen those that already exist between the Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) and international centres of neuroscience research and training excellence. This program allows the HBI to bring neuroscience leaders and trainees from program partner institutes to Calgary for in-depth and intensive research residencies up to three months in length. Additionally, HBI faculty members, fellows and students may travel outside of North America to exchange ideas with and learn from the best neuroscientists, again for periods of up to three months. Click here for more information