Awards and Research

Resident Research Grant Competition

All Laboratory Medicine residents and fellows are invited to apply for a Grant-In-Aid. Applications are accepted three times per year. Deadline dates for applications are October, February and June on the 15th of each of those months or the next |UAll Laboratory Medicine residents and fellows are invited to apply for a Grant-In-Aid. Applications are accepted three times per year. Deadline dates for applications are October, February and June 15th of every year, or the next university working day.

These funds are for residents and fellows who require financial aid for research projects. The project must have a Laboratory Medicine trainee as Principal Investigator (PI) and be supervised by a faculty member within the Department of Pathology & Molecular Medicine.

Please see Resident Research Grant information and application form for more information about the competition and how to apply.

Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. If you require guidance on how to write a proposal or how to complete the other required forms you should start by discussing the application with your faculty supervisor. Your residency program’s Resident Research Coordinator and/or Program Director are also excellent resources!

Proposals received from residents and fellows will be reviewed by a committee shortly after each deadline and grants will be awarded based on the quality of the applications received and the funds available for each competition. Preference may be given to trainees who have not previously received a RRG award.

The Grant Review Evaluation Form are also available through these links for additional information on how the applications are reviewed

 

These funds are for residents and fellows who require financial aid for research projects. The project must have a Laboratory Medicine trainee as Principal Investigator (PI) and be supervised by a faculty member within the Department of Pathology & Molecular Medicine.

Please see Resident Research Grant information and application form for more information about the competition and how to apply.

Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. If you require guidance on how to write a proposal or how to complete the other required forms you should start by discussing the application with your faculty supervisor. Your residency program’s Resident Research Coordinator and/or Program Director are also excellent resources!

Proposals received from residents and fellows will be reviewed by a committee shortly after each deadline and grants will be awarded based on the quality of the applications received and the funds available for each competition. Preference may be given to trainees who have not previously received a RRG award.

The Grant Review Evaluation Form are also available through these links for additional information on how the applications are reviewed.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Progress Report

 

CONTACT:

Elena Bidochka

Laboratory Medicine Residency Program

Administrative Assistant

 By e-mail: bidoche@mcmaster.ca

MM/ID Faculty Teaching Award

Annual Infectious Disease and Medical Microbiology Faculty Teaching Award

Award to be given out annually in June of each year. All residents in the ID and MM programs will be given the opportunity to vote for the faculty member they feel meets the following criteria.

This staff person:

  • Is a role model and a mentor
  • Balances support to the senior residents while allowing autonomy
  • Takes the time to capitalize on teachable moments
  • Acts as a resident advocate

Votes will be collected and collated by a senior resident in either program. The winner will be the faculty member who receives the majority of the votes. In the event of a tie the award will go to both faculty members. The award will be announced at the IDMMREC meeting in the fall and both the award winner and all nominees will be informed in the fall.