A ‘Centre Fellow’ engages with the Centre from an academic or clinical background within or outside of Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. A Centre Fellow is typically a temporary designation for an individual who has received external funding or other departmental support to enable them to spend one to two days/week or equivalent in the Centre refining their research skills, and advancing their education research program. Fellows typically spend one to three years in this role. Fellows may be enrolled in a graduate programme.
How do I become a Centre Fellow?
Members of the CERI Community become a Centre Fellow through a competitive application process.
To inquire about becoming a Fellow contact us: firstname.lastname@example.orgCentre Fellow status is a time-limited designation. Individuals involved in Fellowships with CERI are expected to become CERI Researchers at the completion of their fellowship.
What is expected of a Centre Fellow?
Work closely with a Fellows’ supervisor to advance their research program and, as necessary, improve their research skills.
Participate in Centre events such as knowledge translation rounds, colloquia, and annual research conference.
Disseminate their research through knowledge translation rounds, colloquia, and annual research conference.
How will it serve me/my community?
Participation as a Fellow is an opportunity to become a member of the CERI community of practice.
Fellows will have close access to designated Centre Scientists for support and mentorship as they develop and apply research skills, refine research questions, and disseminate their work.