The goals of this program are:
While not required, priority will be given to projects that include a transdisciplinary aspect in the proposed research.
BJI is committed to Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Indigenization. As part of this commitment, we will consider diversity of the awardees to provide opportunities for students within equity-deserving groups (black, indigenous, persons of colour, students that identify as LGBTQ2S+, women, visible minorities, and those with disabilities.
BJI summer students will receive a maximum of $4200 from BJI contingent upon a 1:1 match from their supervisor or external sources (i.e. CIHR, NSERC) for a total of $8400 over a 16 week period.
Students in the BJI Summer Research Program are required to participate in regular meetings over the summer to discuss their projects. In addition, students must participate in Lunch & Learn Sessions provided over the course of the summer as well as prepare and present a power point slide show at the BJI Summer Research Symposium. Each individual is instructed to prepare a presentation for the group regarding their project and the results of their summer research project. The focus is on the transdisciplinary aspects of the project and results.
Bone and Joint Institute members are invited to work with the student they wish to nominate and together submit an application by following the process on the published OWL Site
On this OWL site you will find the following:
Deadline for application and transcript submission is March 13, 2023
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.