$18,000/ year for 2 years to a Doctoral level student conducting research on issues relevant to military members, Veterans and families.
One scholarship awarded annually to a PhD candidate who demonstrates excellence in their proposed research while exhibiting significant potential for a high impact career in a military, Veteran and family health research.
More Canadian research is needed to address the health and well-being issues over the life-course of individuals and families of those who serve and have served, as related to occupational exposures, experiences and environment. These may include health consequences - physical, mental and social - that are unique in their nature, magnitude, long-term effects, delayed presentation, and trans-generational implications. Preference is given to students studying at one of CIMVHR’s member universities; to Canadian students; and/or to reservists, where applicable.
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