Graduate Student Trainees ( PhD )
Impart training fellowships are available to qualified graduate students who:
  • are in the first or second year of a PhD program in a Canadian university
  • are accepted into a PhD program from a Canadian univeristy
  • are  passionate about advancing knowledge, practice and policy in the area of gender, women and addictions
  • have previous research experience in addictions
  • demonstrate recent employment in  research, programs, services or policy in this field
  • have scholarly publications (applies to graduate student trainees and post doctoral fellows)
  • demonstrates content expertise in women and addictions
  • are committed to pursuing research in relation to gender, women and addictions
  • have a supervisor willing to participate in IMPART
  • meet the CIHR Grants and Awards requirements.
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