Formation

Bureau de formation

Les laboratoires cliniques et de recherche associés à l'IRCuO accueillent un grand nombre de stagiaires des programmes suivants :

Objectifs

  • Encourager la collaboration entre les stagiaires et les chercheurs.
  • Faciliter la gestion et le placement des étudiants inscrits aux stages d'été, à un programme spécialisé de premier cycle, en études médicales de premier cycle ou en études médicales postdoctorales.
  • Encourager l'intégration des stagiaires à la recherche fondamentale et clinique.
  • Rehausser l'expérience des stagiaires en leur offrant orientation professionnelle et occasions de perfectionnement en enseignement.
  • Créer un réseau intégré pour accroître la visibilité des stagiaires au sein de la communauté de l'IRCuO.

 

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Bourses de recherche

L'IRCuO, de même que ses partenaires et groupes affiliés, offre toute une gamme de bourses de recherche à ses étudiants et stagiaires. Ces bourses représentent une occasion unique de se concentrer sur un domaine particulier de la recherche sur le cerveau.

Université Paris-Descartes

Du financement est offert chaque année pour des projets de collaboration en neurosciences entre l'Université d'Ottawa et l'Université Paris-Descartes. Notre objectif est de faciliter et de renforcer la collaboration entre nos deux universités et de jeter les bases scientifiques d'un programme de formation et de recherche commun.

 

Maladies neuromusculaires

Le Centre des maladies neuromusculaires de l’Université d’Ottawa représente une initiative de recherche et de formation multidisciplinaire qui unit des chercheurs et les cliniciens ensembles dans le but de travailler vers un objectif commun de diagnostiquer, de caractériser et de développer des thérapies innovantes pour les patients atteints de maladie neuromusculaire.

Apprenez-en plus sur les bourses de recherche et d'autres possibilités liées aux maladies neuromusculaires.

Consortium pour la recherche sur le Parkinson

Parkinson’s Research Consortium logo

Le Consortium pour la recherche sur le Parkinson (CRP) a été fondé il y a plus de dix ans dans le but de créer un pôle d'innovation en recherche sur cette maladie. Le CRP est un groupe de scientifiques triés sur le volet provenant de la Faculté de médecine de l'Université d'Ottawa et de l'Institut de recherche de l'Hôpital d'Ottawa et possédant une expertise et des compétences variées en génétique, en biologie moléculaire, en neurosciences et en soins cliniques.

 

Partenariat canadien pour le rétablissement de l'AVC

Le Partenariat canadien pour le rétablissement de l'AVC est une initiative conjointe de la Fondation des maladies du cœur et de l'AVC et de centres à l'avant-garde de la recherche sur l'AVC au Canada. Le partenariat a son siège à l'Université d'Ottawa. Le PCRA soutient la recherche de pointe qui améliore le rétablissement et la qualité de vie des personnes victimes d'un AVC.

Bourses de stagiaires du PCRA

Stages d’été

Des bourses de stage d'été sont offertes sur une base compétitive aux étudiants inscrits en première et en deuxième année du programme de médecine de premier cycle de la faculté de médecine de l'Université d'Ottawa.

Stages d'été

Possibilités de recherche
Research Opportunities

 

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.

 

Opportunités d'emplois
Category: Clinical Research Date Posted: 06-May-2019 End Date:Until Position is Filled ID: 1328
Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Contact/Scientist: Dr. Lisa Walker
Program: Neuroscience

The Ottawa Hospital: Inspired by research. Driven by compassion
The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute is the research arm of The Ottawa Hospital and an affiliated institute of the University of Ottawa. With more than 1,700 scientists, clinician investigators, trainees and staff, and total revenues of more than $100 million, we are one of the foremost Canadian hospital-based research institutes. We are investigating virtually every major disease and condition, with a focus on answering important health questions and translating our findings into benefits for patients and society.

Job Description:
This postdoctoral fellowship provides an opportunity for a trainee to develop as an independent researcher as well as grow and contribute to MS Pillar research initiatives.  The trainee will work with the MS research group under the primary supervision of Dr. Lisa Walker, Neuropsychologist (TOH) and Clinician Scientist (OHRI) in the Cognitive Health in Multiple Sclerosis Research Lab, and in collaboration with Dr. Mark Freedman (Director, TOH MS Clinic; OHRI Senior Scientist) and other members of the Ottawa Hospital MS Clinic (affiliate of the Canadian Network of MS Clinics).

The uOBMRI MS research group includes a large group of clinician researchers and basic scientists all working toward a better understanding of MS from diverse perspectives.  Ongoing research represents a spectrum that includes examination of cellular mechanisms and immunological markers to applied clinical research.  The group has attained recognition for its multi-disciplinary projects evaluating both biomarkers and clinical outcomes of stem-cell therapies.  We would like to build upon this momentum to nurture further collaboration between bench and bedside researchers.  The primary aim of the fellowship is for preparation of funding applications that foster such partnerships.  In addition, the fellow will participate in ongoing initiatives that may include: an MS Clinic cognitive screening program, designing of cognitive fatigue interventions, assessment of outcomes following mesenchymal stem cell therapy, examination of cognitive outcomes following exercise interventions, and other related initiatives.

Basic Requirements (Education/Experience):
• PhD in Psychology, or related field in the Social or Health Sciences.
• Commitment to MS research
• Strong record of academic training, proven research experience, the demonstrated ability to work independently, and leadership potential

Preferred Qualifications:
• Strong methodological and analytical skills
• Experience with SPSS or related software
• Excellent scientific writing and verbal skills in English
• Prior MS research experience (or related area)

Contract Details:
Salary: $20.512/hour, $40,000 per annum (minimum annual stipend).
There is an entitlement to Health and Dental Benefits, 2 weeks paid vacation and 12 paid sick days per year.

Comments to Applicant:
Interested candidates should send a complete CV with description of research experience, a writing sample (e.g. published article or draft manuscript), a letter of recommendation from your current supervisor or doctoral supervisor, and proof of completed doctoral requirements (e.g. copy of diploma, or letter from registrar’s office or doctoral thesis committee) to:

Contact Info:
Dr. Lisa Walker
Neuropsychologist
The Ottawa Hospital
501 Smyth Road
Suite 7300
Ottawa, Ontario
K1H 8L6
Email: lwalker@toh.ca
Website: http://www.ohri.ca/profile/lwalker

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