Training

Training Office

The clinical and research labs associated with the uOBMRI host a large number of trainees in the following programs:

Objectives:

  • Foster collaboration among trainees and researchers
  • Facilitate the management and placement of summer, undergraduate honours, UGME and PGME students
  • Encourage trainee integration from basic to clinical research
  • Improve the trainee experience by emphasizing career guidance and educational development
  • Create an integrated network to help strengthen the visibility of trainees within the uOBMRI family

 

Seminars
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We’re excited to share with you our uOBMRI CONNECT calendar, which aims to compiles all ongoing educational and research events with an affiliation to Neuroscience Program and the University of Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute or its partners (Bruyère Research Institute, Carleton University, CHEO, Montfort Hospital, The Ottawa Hospital, The Royal's Institute of Mental Health Research or the University of Ottawa). This calendar reflects all scheduled events so far, and will continue to be updated into Fall 2019.

How to submit an event to the uOBMRI CONNECT calendar:

  • We’re happy to update our calendar to include an event you’d like to share with our community! Please submit your event information via our Google Form

Please note:

  • The uOBMRI Team will process your event submission within 7 business days.
  • If you have a seminar series calendar available and want to enter multiple events into our calendar, please e-mail uottawabmri@uottawa.ca.

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Fellowships

The uOBMRI, along with its partners and affiliations, award a variety of fellowships to its students and trainees. These fellowships give students a unique opportunity to focus their efforts towards specific areas of brain-related research.

Université Paris-Descartes

Annual funding opportunities are available for collaborative projects in the neurosciences between the University of Ottawa and Université Paris-Descartes. Our goal is to facilitate and strengthen collaborative relationships between the two universities and to establish the scientific foundations of a joint training and research program.

 

Neuromuscular

The University of Ottawa Centre for Neuromuscular Disease represents a multidisciplinary research and training initiative that unites world-class basic and clinical researchers working towards the common goal of diagnosing, characterizing and developing transformative therapies for patients with neuromuscular disease.

Learn more about fellowships and other opportunities related to neuromuscular diseases.

Parkinson’s Research Consortium

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The Parkinson Research Consortium (PRC) was established in 2004 in Ottawa with the goal to create a hub for innovative ideas in Parkinson's Disease research. The PRC is composed of a select group of scientists from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine and the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI) with diverse scientific talents and expertise in genetics, molecular biology, neuroscience and patient care.

 

Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery

The Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery is a joint initiative of the Heart and Stroke Foundation and Canada’s leading stroke research centres. Headquartered at the University of Ottawa, the Partnership supports cutting-edge research to improve recovery and quality of life for people who experience a stroke.

CPSR Training Awards

Summer Studentships

Summer studentships are available on a competitive basis for undergraduate medical students at the University of Ottawa who are enrolled in their first or second year of training.

Summer Studentships

Research opportunities
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Post-Doctoral Position: post-doc_ad_2020_11_02.pdf (pdf, 19.43 KB) 

Transdiagnostic PET Biomarkers of Mental Health Problems

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position at McGill University and the Montreal Neurological Institute focused on PET measured biomarkers for addictions and addiction-related disorders. The ideal candidate will be bilingual (English & French), have a strong background in either brain imaging or developmental trajectories and be interested in learning more about both. Salary is competitive with travel funds available for participation at scientific conferences.

To apply, please send your CV, letter of interest, names and e-mail addresses of two references, and copies of two or three selected publications to marco.leyton@mcgill.ca.

Start date: Between January and April 2021

Duration: 2 years (possibility of renewal)

Marco Leyton, Ph.D. Department of Psychiatry McGill University Montreal, QC H3A 1A1 Canada

Mutltiple Postdoctoal postitions available:

Theoretical neuroscience, nonlinear/statistical physics, cellular electrophysiology and imaging, computational neuroscience

Multiple theoretical, computational and experimental neuroscience postdoctoral positions are available immediately at the Centre for Neural Dynamics of the University of Ottawa.

Position 1: Theoretical neuroscience and nonlinear/statistical physics focusing on the dynamics of a population of core recurrent neurons within the hippocampus and their role in temporal and spatial memory. The candidate will be involved in collaborations between Profs. Len Maler, André Longtin and Jean-Claude Béïque.

Position 2: Experimental and computational neuroscience focusing on dendritic integration. Expertise in cellular electrophysiology and/or computational neuroscience is an asset. The candidate will be involved in collaborations between Profs. Richard Naud and Jean-Claude Béïque.

Position 3: Computational and experimental neuroscience focusing on dendritic integration and recurrent circuitry. Expertise in cellular electrophysiology and/or computational neuroscience is an asset. The candidate will be involved in collaborations between Profs. André Longtin, Richard Naud, Jean-Claude Béïque and Len Maler.

The researcher will join uOttawa’s Brain and Mind Research Institute’s Center for Neural Dynamics. uOttawa’s Neuroscience community is fast expanding, highly dynamic and offers a rich array of collaborative opportunities. Ottawa, the capital of Canada, is a green, multi-cultural city that offers the highest standard of living in the country and is second worldwide for quality of life (Numbeo index, 2015). The city has many parks including the UNESCO World Heritage Rideau Canal, and is surrounded by an extensive greenbelt and the vast Gatineau Park twenty minutes away. This bilingual, safe and culturally-rich city lies along the border between the provinces of Ontario and Québec, is a few hours of driving away from Montréal and Toronto and served by an international airport.

Each position is for one year with automatic renewal for a second year following satisfactory progress, and a possible extension to a third year. Interested candidates should submit their CV and a brief statement of research interests to alongtin@uottawa.ca . The successful candidate would be a salaried employee of the University with a competitive remuneration and benefits package.

Applications including letter of interest and CV should be sent to Dr. André Longtin by EMAIL alongtin at uottawa.ca.

Dr. Richard Bergeron

Program Affiliation: Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine and Department and Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of Ottawa

General Research interests/Key words:

  • The study of the function of the NMDA receptor in the central nervous system

Position Available: 2–3 motivated and hard-working summer students (preference given to year 3–4) and potential Honors and Graduate students for some of our projects

Please submit your CV, cover letter, and unofficial transcript to Alexandra Sokolovski: bergeronlab.uottawa@gmail.com

Ph.D and M.Sc. Candidate:

Computational neuroscience, statistical analysis of biomedical data

Applications are invited for a Ph.D. or M. Sc. candidate research assistant starting immediately at the University of Ottawa to work in collaboration between Dr. Richard Naud and Dr. Adam Sachs on modelling and optimization of brain machine interface in human multi-electrode array recordings. B. Sc. in engineering, mathematics, computer science or physics is required.

Applications including letter of interest and CV should be sent to Dr. Richard Naud by EMAIL rnaud at uottawa.ca.

Ph.D Candidate: 

Computational neuroscience, statistical analysis of biomedical data

Applications are invited for a ph.d. candidate research assistant starting immediately at the University of Ottawa to investigate features of dendritic integration and inhibitory microcircuit function computational and statistical approaches. The researcher will join a collaborative group with expertise in advanced computational modelling and statistical processing (Dr. Richard Naud). The candidate is expected to be competitive for external fellowships. The researcher will join uOttawa’s Brain and Mind Research Institute’s Center for Neural Dynamics (Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine; Faculty of Medicine). uOttawa’s Neuroscience community is fast expanding, highly dynamic and offers a rich array of collaborative opportunities.

Applications including letter of interest and CV should be sent to Dr. Richard Naud by EMAIL rnaud at uottawa.ca.

 

Employment Opportunities
Rousseaux Lab Posting

 

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