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Donald Burns and Louise Berlin Postdoctoral Fellowship in Dementia Research

This fellowship honours the donors' commitment to the training of future leaders in dementia research.

Donors: 

Donald Burns and Louise Berlin

Eligibility: 

Acceptance into a full-time postdoctoral fellowship program under the supervision of a full-time faculty member (professional track) of the University of Calgary. Application must be made prior to, or within 9 months of commencement of the program.

Value:

$25,000 per year

Number:

Two

Duration:

Two years, subject to annual renewal

Where Tenable:

University of Calgary

Terms:

The purpose of this award is to attract postdoctoral fellows (PDFs) who will be highly competitive for external awards on the basis of their academic performance and research program. Thus, PDFs holding this award are expected to apply for external awards or grants for which they are eligible, including those from provincial or national agencies. It is anticipated that the award will be pro-rated by funding obtained from other sources.

Applicants must provide a letter of support from their research supervisor committing to provide a $25,000 annual component of the award - which can include benefits - until the PDF obtains an external fellowship.

Renewal is contingent upon internal review of, and application for external scholarships, annual review of progress and letter of support from the supervisor.

Citizenship:

Unrestricted

Nomination Process: Awards will be adjudicated by the HBI Education Committee

Apply:

Candidates must submit the completed application form, along with all supporting documents, to hbi.education@ucalgary.ca:

Dr. Cam Teskey
Education Director
Hotchkiss Brain Institute

Questions can be directed to the HBI Education Coordinator, Jason Ng: jason.ng1@ucalgary.ca

Application Form

Fellowship Application Instructions

Deadline: October 1 and March 15