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Careers and studies

Scholarships and awards

Many scholarships and awards are given throughout the year to recognize the outstanding work of our interns and students.

HMR Foundation scholarships

The Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont (HMR) Foundation offers two types of scholarships to researchers at the Research Centre:

  • Recruitment scholarships (master's, PhD, and postdoctoral scholarships and summer internships) help recruit exceptional new talents and boost our institution’s performance and competitiveness. They are meant for students and interns with an exceptional academic background who want to continue their training at the CR-HMR.
  • The Jeffrey Michael Cherbach Fellowship encourages leukemia research and is for graduate students and physicians/PhD students.

Master's and PhD scholarships

Value

  • $28,000 per year.
  • $25,000 for the scholarship and $3,000 on a discretionary basis for the student’s different needs.
  • This award may be combined with other external scholarships up to a maximum of $40,000 per year.

Length

  • 3 years for PhD students and 2 years for master's students. (Possibility of a third year for master’s students who transition directly to PhD studies.)

Eligibility

  • Candidates must complete a master's or PhD internship under the supervision of a regular CR-HMR researcher.
  • This recruitment scholarship is only for candidates who are not part of the CR-HMR and for candidates who are part of the CR-HMR and who have been enrolled in a graduate program for fewer than eleven months at the time the competition starts, i.e., since January 1, 2020. Students who have previously completed a CR-HMR internship are eligible.

Documentation

Announcement of recruitment scholarships

Detailed guidelines

Scholarship application form

Deadline: May 1, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

Postdoctoral fellowship

The objective of the scholarship program is to provide financial support to postdoctoral fellows with an exceptional academic background who wish to continue their training at the Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital Research Center. Through these scholarships, the research center aims to promote the recruitment of exceptional talents and thereby increase the performance and competitiveness of our institution.

Information for the scholarship

*** Deadline: December 7, 2020, at 4 p.m.

The amount of the scholarship offered is $ 35,000, plus a contribution of $ 5,000 from the research funds of the host researcher. This scholarship is for a period of one year.

Eligibility criteria

  • The candidate must complete a postdoctoral fellowship under the supervision of a regular researcher of the HMR Research Center;
  • The candidate must have obtained a Ph.D. within the last three years (excluding justified leaves) or be in the process of obtaining a Ph.D.;
  • Applicants who are staying at the same laboratory where they completed their PhD are not eligible. However, they are eligible if they stay at the same university. In this case, the postdoctoral project must necessarily be different from the PhD project.

Responsibilities of the scholarship holder

  • The fellows' research activities must take place at the HMR Research Center;
  • Scholarship holders have the obligation to apply to the scholarship competitions of the federal and provincial granting agencies to which they are eligible;
  • Scholarship holders must be available for a certain activities organized by the Research Center.

Required documents

  • The application form completed with the help of the director;
  • Canadian Common CV (CIHR Academic version);
  • For submitted articles, attach a proof of submission or acceptance of the journal.

Application form

Note that the space provided in each field must be respected. The text exceeding the available space will not be taken into consideration.

Level of Education: Indicate the level of education you are currently enrolled in.

Terms Completed: Indicate how many terms you will have completed by the scholarship application deadline towards obtaining you degree or as postdoctoral fellow.

Identification: Fill in all required fields. The fields in the “student / trainee” section are reserved for the candidate, while the following fields concern the director and the codirector if applicable.

Fellowship expectations and academic aspirations: Explain how the research internship will contribute to your career progression. Describe your academic and career goals.

Involvement and leadership: Give examples of your involvement and describe situations where you have shown leadership, either in connection with your studies or your research project.

Research project: Indicate the title and clearly describe your research project in the space provided (1 page maximum): brief introduction, hypothesis, specific objectives and experimental approach for each objective. How will this project contribute to the field? How is it novel? Where applicable, summarize the results obtained to date and describe the research plan for the upcoming year to be covered by the scholarship.

Download the application form

Evaluation process

  • Scholarship applications will be submitted directly to the scholarship committee;
  • The scholarship committee is responsible for selecting reviewers without conflicts of interest.

The committee will assess the applications according to the following criteria

  • Prices and scholarships: 15 %
  • Project: 20 %
  • Presentations (orals/posters): 10 %
  • Published articles: 30 %
  • Aspirations: 10 % 
  • mplications and leadership: 10 %
  • Recommendation letters: 5 %

Submission of applications

  • The student should agree with a CRHMR researcher on the possibility of pursuing an internship in their research team;
  • Complete the scholarship application form;
  • Gather all the required documents; Send everything in a single PDF file, identified with their name (ex. LAST NAME- First name.pdf) by email to the address: bourseHMR@gmail.com;
  • The two letters of recommendation must be sent by email (bourseeshmr@gmail.com) by the signatory;
  • Letters received after the deadline will not be considered.
Note: The terms and conditions of this document may be subject to change.

For any questions, please contact us at: bourseeshmr@gmail.com

Summer internship scholarship

Number of scholarships

4 scholarships

Value

$6,500 each

Length

16 weeks of summer internships

Eligibility criteria

The candidate must complete a summer internship under the supervision of a regular researcher at the CR-HMR.

Responsibilities of scholarship recipients

The research activities of scholarship recipients must take place at the CR-HMR.

  • Scholarship applicants must be available for a certain number of activities organized by the CR-HMR.
  • Write a letter of thanks to the HMR Foundation and participate in a photo session.
  • Present your research results to the HMR Foundation on Internship Day held in August.

Competition deadline

February 22, 2021

Documentation

Detailed guideline (in French)

Application form

Jeffrey Michael Cherbach Fellowship

Goals

This fellowship is for graduate students and physicians/PhDs who are taking postdoctoral training at the HMR. This fellowship has two goals:

  • Provide high-level clinical training to researchers to improve the diagnosis and care of leukemia patients.
  • Provide research training to help develop new and innovative therapies for leukemia.
  • Direct experience in the diagnosis, progression or treatment of leukemia in humans will be an important asset.

Number of scholarships

2 scholarships

Value

$2,500 each
The scholarship must go toward an oral or poster presentation on leukemia at a national or international symposium within 12 months of the receipt of the award.

Applications

Please send the following three documents by email to Dre Josée Hébert (jhebert.hmr@ssss.gouv.qc.ca) with your name clearly labelled in each file name:

  • A signed cover letter (one page)
  • Your updated curriculum vitae
  • Your official academic transcript

The recipient must provide the HMR Foundation with an expense report and write a letter of thanks to the Cherbach Family. You will need to mention “Financial support from the Jeffrey Michael Cheraka Fellowship” in your presentation. You will also need to provide a copy of the abstract presented with the symposium title and date.

Deadline

30 août 2019

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Awards of Excellence

Activities organized by the CR-HMR help students and interns develop important communication tools that they will use throughout their scientific careers.

Research day

A major annual event, the HMR Research Day is an opportunity for Research Centre members to present their research to their peers, to HMR staff, and to members of the scientific, university and pharmaceutical communities. Several prizes are awarded for the quality of the oral and poster presentations.

Research Day is held every year in June.

 

Intern days

Every year, the CR-HMR welcomes undergraduate students for summer internships of approximately three months.
Near the end of August, the CR-HMR organizes a special day when students can present the results from their internship to the centre's scientific community. Awards are given to the best presentations to recognize the students’ contributions to advancing science, to encourage them to continue in this field, and to acknowledge the excellence of the most outstanding work.

Publication excellence awards

Each year, awards for publication excellence recognize the best publications by graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and research assistants who are the lead authors of papers published during the year.

The competition deadline is October 1 of each year.