ACHRI Research Trainees

As a research institute, ACHRI focuses not only on providing a sound research environment to its members, but also on creating innovative training initiatives to enhance the educational and research training experience at UCalgary and ACHRI.


Current Trainees

ACHRI strongly believes that investing in our trainees and supporting them in their research careers ultimately translates into support for the future of child health research.

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For more information on the ACHRI Research Training Platform, please contact our office at

All ACHRI trainee workshops and activities are listed in the CSM Training Programs Calendar.

  1. For more news and updates, please view:

  2. Other Training on Campus

    • Stephenson Centre Presents: Student Research Development (SEED) Program: 
      • Wednesdays at 9:00 AM, Stephenson Centre Boardroom
      • Undergraduate, summer, graduate, and postdoctoral trainees welcome. More information. 
    • 2019 Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships:
      • Application Deadline September 18, 2019. 
      • Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships are among the most prestigious awards in Canada. The University of Calgary has been highly successful in these awards. Please note that the next application deadline is fast approaching. We recommend that interested supervisors and postdocs start the application process. More information.
    • Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning: Postdoctoral Scholar Certificate in University Teaching and Learning:
      • This certificate demonstrates that you have completed a comprehensive program in which you have cultivated a reflective, evidence-based and theoretically-informed approach to teaching and learning. More information.
    • Career Services on Foothills Campus: 
    • UCalgary Health Sciences Library:
      • Offers a series of training workshops on EndNote, literature searching, project management, systematic reviews and other topics. More information.
    • Career Planning for Graduate Students: 
      • ACHRI member Dr. Derrick Rancourt recently published an article on the importance of career planning for graduate students on the University Affairs website. Full article.