Fulbright Canada Distinguished Visiting Research Chairs

Fulbright Canada and the Norlien Foundation have partnered to create and support a program of Distinguished Visiting Research Chairs in Brain Science, and Child and Family Health and Wellness. At one of Alberta’s three research intensive universities, the scholar(s) would conduct translational research that would improve current approaches to preventing and treating addiction and mental health issues.

This short notice funding opportunity, valued at US$35,000 for a four month residential exchange, closes on August 1, 2014. Below you will find more details regarding the award. Interested candidates should email Brad Hector (bhector@fulbright.ca) Program Officer for Scholars.

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