Global Health Research
Capacity Strengthening Program
(GHR-CAPS)

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850 rue St-Denis, Bureau S03.922
Montréal (Québec) Canada H2X 0A9
Phone : 514 890-8000, extension 14363
Fax: 514 412-7108


FAQ



« None of my supervisors is a mentor on the list of the Program. Can I apply? »

You must be supervised or co-supervised by a GHR-CAPS mentor. Please consult the list of our mentors.

« My supervisor would like to become a GHR-CAPS mentor. What is the procedure? »

Please note that to be eligible for a fellowship, you must be supervised or co-supervised by a GHR-CAPS mentor. If your supervisor wants to become a mentor of the Program, he or she should contact the Program Director, Dr. Slim Haddad.

« How many fellowships are there for my university? »

There is no fixed number of fellowships for each university. Candidate selection is done according to criteria of excellence independent of the university.

« Can I apply for a fellowship if I am already receiving funding from another agency? »

We offer complementary fellowships to students who already are funded. Please check with the agency funding you if there are conflicts in this case.

« What kind of resume should I submit? »

We ask candidates to send their Canadian Common CV, with annexes.

« What transcripts should I send you? »

You must send all transcripts of all academic programs in which you were enrolled, including the program in which you are currently enrolled. For example, a doctoral candidate applying for a second year PhD fellowship should send its transcripts of bachelor's, master's and current doctoral programs.

« I'm not part of a department listed on your website. Am I eligible? »

Yes, as long as you are enrolled in one of the participating universities and you are supervised or co-supervised by a GHR-CAPS mentor.

McGill Université Laval Université de Montréal UQAM CIHR QPHRN
The four Teasdale-Corti teams of the program

Le Programme interuniversitaire de formation en recherche en santé mondiale vise à contribuer au développement national et international de la recherche en santé mondiale, par le recrutement et la formation de chercheuses et de chercheurs qui travailleront dans un environnement interdisciplinaire de haut calibre et dont la performance influencera les politiques publiques et les programmes de santé mondiale. L'objectif principal du Programme Santé-Cap est d'offrir des possibilités d'apprentissage, ainsi que des ressources humaines et matérielles pour la formation en santé mondiale, qui ne sont pas disponibles présentement au Québec et qui sont considérées comme essentielles au développement des compétences clés pour les futurs leaders en santé mondiale.