Find a potential research supervisor through the Researcher or Research Programs sections of our website. It’s important to ensure you are interested in their research and the topic is relevant to your field of study.
Do not forget that acceptance to the graduate program is mandatory in order for you to become a trainee. Please carefully check the requirements of your graduate program.
If you are not a Canadian citizen, it is important to review the International Trainees section.
Contact the selected researcher directly and discuss the potential training opportunity. Keep in mind that many researchers can receive hundreds of inquiries regarding student training, so it’s important to have a good understanding of the researcher’s work before you contact them.
It’s also a good idea to customize your resume for each application, including your objective and qualifications, as it could increase your chances of getting the researcher’s attention.
If the researcher agrees to be your supervisor and you decide to work together, you have two options:
The Collaborative Specialization in Resuscitation Sciences (CSRS) trains graduate students pursuing research in the optimal care of the acutely ill and injured patient. It helps develop leaders in the discipline who will supervise others providing this level of scientific inquiry.
To find out how to apply to the Collaborative Specialization in Resuscitation Science, visit the CSRS website.