The Manitoba NEAHR program is holding a summer institute at the University of Manitoba, June 13-15, 2012 called “How do I get my research in Aboriginal health funded? A summer institute in peer review for research fellowships & grants.”
This summer institute will provide graduate students and new faculty/researchers with the tools to become more competitive when seeking research fellowship and grant funding. Through a mock peer review experience, participants will learn about the components that go into strong – and not so strong – funding applications. The seminars will also provide hands-on experience in preparing fellowship applications, with feedback provided by experienced peer reviewers. The institute will focus on research in the setting of First Nations, Métis and Inuit health.
The poster and registration form for the summer institute can be found on the NEAHR website: http://goo.gl/csRDi
Registration is free but space is limited. The deadline for registering is May 11, 2012.