Training Office

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


  • 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



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

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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.



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

Parkinson’s Research Consortium logo

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
Research Opportunities
Thank you for your interest in research positions at the uOBMRI. At the moment, there are no available positions but please check this page often as new opportunities will be added throughout the year.
Employment Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in the uOBMRI. At the moment, there are no available positions but please check this page often as new opportunities will be added throughout the year.

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