SPRINT is a national training programs aimed to enhance knowledge and skills related to MS research among trainees and increase opportunities to conduct MS research in Canada. Applicants should consider the added value the program would provide them over and above their current training program. It is anticipated that applicants will most likely have completed the required coursework in their respective academic programs and be able to devote the necessary time to the participation requirements of SPRINT.
The endMS Scholar Program for Researchers IN Training (SPRINT) is a national training program aimed to enhance knowledge and skills related to MS research among trainees and increase opportunities to conduct MS research in Canada.
To be eligible, applicants must be in one of the following situations:
- enrolled in a graduate program at a Canadian university
- must be a postdoctoral/clinical fellow (must have completed their PhD in the last 4 years or less at the time of the application) at a Canadian university
- completed graduate training and currently enrolled in an undergraduate program (e.g. M.D. program) at a Canadian university
Applicants who are accepted into SPRINT must be enrolled in a program with full time status during their participation in SPRINT (May 2021 to June 2022).
Please refer to the program guidelines for complete eligibility criteria.