The Collaborative Specialization Musculoskeletal Health Research (CMHR) is a multi-faculty program, combining course-based learning with independent lab research, for both
CMHR was established to provide you with the research skills necessary to develop transdisciplinary projects and research teams focusing on integrated therapeutic, surgical and rehabilitative approaches for the management of bone and joint diseases.
Through this specialization, you will have the opportunity to participate in musculoskeletal research seminars, annual research retreats and unique courses designed to introduce you to the diverse disciplines in musculoskeletal health research.
Step 1: Review the CMHR Terms of Reference
Step 2: Sign on to OWL through the following link to add CMHR Intake September 2021 - Coming Soon.
Step 3: Complete the CMHR Program Application (coming soon) and submit the application then upload your transcripts along with any other additional required documentation (shown below) through the “DropBox” tab.
Additional documentation required to submit this application include:
The deadline to apply for a CMHR membership is currently closed. Please check back in mid-summer 2021 for more information.
If you are interested in applying for the Transdisciplinary Bone & Joint Training Award, you must fill out both forms. Transdisciplinary Bone & Joint Training Award Applications will not be accepted without the CMHR Program Application.
You must complete all required forms. Please submit additional documents to the OWL site. If you do not have OWL access, please email email@example.com.
The Master's level specialization provides study and focused research experience through frequent interaction with faculty who specialize in musculoskeletal health research; interaction among peers; participation in the community of scholars in seminars, workshops and retreats; and opportunities for advanced students to present their own research at conferences. Expectations of students include a working comprehension of how established techniques of research and inquiry are used to create and interpret knowledge in the field of musculoskeletal health research.
The Doctoral specialization provides advanced study and extensive research experience through frequent interaction with faculty who specialize in musculoskeletal health research; interaction among peers; participation in the community of scholars in seminars, workshops and retreats; and opportunities for advanced students to present their own research at national and international conferences. Expectations of Doctoral students include: