Application deadline for applications for membership in the Collaborative Training Program in Musculoskeletal Health Research (CMHR) and BJI Transdisciplinary Young Investigator Award is August 8, 2022 at 5pm.
CMHR is seeking the very best candidates with outstanding potential to contribute to research in Musculoskeletal Health
Applicants must be registered as full-time graduate students, postdoctoral fellows or clinician scientists in training, and be accepted to an accredited program at Western University.
Applicants must be supervised by a CMHR Mentor
Applicants must be engaged in research relevant to musculoskeletal health
Application to CMHR is normally made within the first term of study (trainees must be at least 12 months from the projected completion of their program).
Review the CMHR Terms of Reference and other supporting documentation before submitting an application, available on OWL.
Use this link to apply:
The research proposal must be prepared in collaboration with a CMHR Mentor
The CMHR Mentor must be prepared to supervise the applicant, including providing the appropriate facilities/infrastructure, for the duration of the training
All documents must be submitted by the application deadline via Western's CMHR OWL Dropbox
The CMHR Training & Education Committee will review potential candidates and select successful applicants
Candidate’s Academic Achievements (including formal education and scholarship, research experiences, recognitions, prizes, etc.)
Quality of the proposed research project, and its fit with Western’s Bone & Joint Institute
Mentorship and resources in the training environment
MSc or PhD Students who graduate in this program will get either a Masters or PhD degree with the words with Musculoskeletal Health Research added to their Diploma.
CMHR Online Application
Copy of Online Western Transcripts
Official Transcripts from institutions other than Western
Additional Documentation as required for PDFs and Clinician Scientists in Training (see CMHR OWL Portal for details)