Education at the Mathison Centre
The Mathison Centre advances its education vision by taking a broad approach to include developing trainees through integrated clinical and research training, enabling knowledge translation and providing continuing professional development. Our education mandate extends to community outreach with a goal to educate the public and mental health & allied professionals on areas pertinent to our research.
Mathison Centre is very pleased to offer travel grants to help fund trainees (graduate students and postdoctoral fellows) to present research at national or international conferences.
Please review our Trainee Travel Support Application Process for eligibility and instructions to apply.
Mathison Centre currently has no new Graduate Funding awards available. Please stay tuned for future funding announcements.
Mathison Centre currently has no new Postdoctoral Funding awards available. Please stay tuned for future funding announcements.
This competition is now closed for the 2020 period. Thank you.
Mathison Centre is pleased to announce a Summer Studentship funding competition for 2020.
This competition is open to students registered full time in an undergraduate program at any University world-wide who will undertake summer research in the field of mental health. Preference will be given to candidates who have applied for external sources of funding.
Please review our eligibility and compliance document for further information and application form.
Psychiatry Grand Rounds
Mathison Centre Rounds
March 11, 2020: 1-2 pm; HSC 1500
Matt Hill, PhD "Towards an Endocannabinoid Based Therapeutic Approach to Managing Stress-related Psychiatric Illnesses"
April 8, 2020
May 13, 2020