Meakins Studentship and Fellowship Competitions
The Meakins-Christie Laboratories offers competitive Summer Studentships, Graduate (MSc/PhD) Studentships, and Postdoctoral Fellowships to current and prospective trainees. Please check back frequently for any new opportunities.
Collaborative Research Award Competition: CLOSED
The Meakins-Christie Laboratories will consider the provision of graduate studentship (MSc or PhD ) or postdoctoral fellowship (PDF ) support to meritorious candidates who are working on collaborative research projects involving at least two principal investigators. One investigator must have an appointment at the Meakins-Christie Laboratories, while the second investigator must have an appointment at the Meakins-Christie Laboratories or at the Respiratory Epidemiology and Clinical Research Unit (RECRU). Both supervisors must be recognized researchers within the Translational Research in Respiratory Diseases (RESP) Program. Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of their academic performance, research experience, publications, letters of recommendation, and career objectives, as well as the proposed research project.
Travel Awards: OPEN
Travel award applications can be submitted anytime throughout the year at least 3 weeks before the expected meeting date. Please submit completed applications to Maria Makroyanni at EM3.2217.
Summer Studentship Competition: CLOSED
The summer studentship is meant to support primarily undergraduate students to perform short summer research projects under the supervision of Meakins or RECRU faculty. The award pays for part of a summer student’s stipend. The value of the award is up to 1,500$ per month for a maximum of 2 months. Value of award may change due to availability of funds. The remainder of the stipend is expected to be covered by the supervisor. Only one trainee, per supervisor, per competition can be awarded. The aim of the award is to attract bright students to complete summer research projects and to hopefully encourage them to pursue graduate studies. Reviewers assess academic performance, the research proposal, and the letter of recommendation.