Whether they're interested in cognition, clinical studies, imaging or knowledge translation,
CanNRT is looking for exceptional trainees across disciplines conducting research in autism and related conditions.
Each year, the Canadian Neurodevelopmental Research Training Platform enrolls and trains a new cohort of CanNRT Fellows, offering them a multitude of opportunities and benefits.
Who Can Enroll?
Canadian or foreign graduate students or post doctoral fellows enrolled in a Canadian university at the start of the fellowship.
The applicant must conduct research relevant for neurodevelopment and associated conditions, e.g., genetics, cellular and animal models, cognition, brain development/imaging, neuroscience, intervention. Multidisciplinary, innovative and translational research is encouraged.
Applicants who currently hold a fellowship from a federal or provincial governmental organization may apply to the program to benefit from CanNRT activities without receiving a CanNRT fellowship. It is however possible to receive supplemental funding from other sources.
“I am originally from Spain, and CanNRT has allowed me to develop and expand my network here in Canada. I get to grow alongside remarkable fellows and have access to top researchers in various fields."
Maria Isabel Carreño-Muñoz
Postdoctoral Fellow, Université de Montreal
We want to empower learners to become change agents in science and in other sectors where critical capacity is lacking.
CanNRT offers a collaborative training environment that supports sustainable and equitable pathways for Canadian early career researchers through multidisciplinary cross-sector learning, mentorship and connectivity.
Annual Summer School
An immersive one-week intensive learning and interactive environment bringing together all Fellows with mentors from diverse sectors and disciplines.
Flexible support to maximize engagement in activities tailored for each Fellow’s career development, up to $2,000 CAD per year.
Platform trainees, faculty and members mingle and discuss their research at various annual networking events organized at major conferences (e.g. INSAR, CAN, SfN).
The CanNRT Fellowship comes with an enrollment award valued at $20,000-48,000 CAD depending on career stage.