CANTRAIN is developing a variety of mentoring programs, based on medical or scientific areas of expertise, career trajectories and professional designations. Some of these will involve one-on-one professional mentorship while others will involve leading online sessions in an area of expertise or engaging with a group of learners on a particular topic. We use the information from the mentorship survey to identify appropriate mentors for our various programs and invite participation. 



    Please provide the following information:

    Your university where you are enrolled*


    Your affiliated Research Program*

    Your medical/clinical area(s) of expertise*
    Allergy and immunologyAnesthesiologyDermatologyDiagnostic radiologyEmergency medicineFamily medicineInternal medicineMedical geneticsNeurologyNuclear medicineObstetrics and gynecologyOphthalmologyPathologyPediatricsPhysical medicine and rehabilitationPreventive medicinePsychiatryRadiation oncologySurgeryUrology

    Your scientific expertise area(s) of expertise? (CIHR Areas of Science)*
    AgingArtificial IntelligenceBiomedical EngineeringCancer ResearchCardiovascular, Circulatory and Respiratory HealthDigestive, Endocrine and Excretory SystemsGeneticsHealth DeterminantsHealth Services and SystemsHuman Development, Child and Youth HealthIndigenous HealthInfection And ImmunologyMental Health and Behavioral ConditionsMethods Development and ModellingMolecular, Cellular and Systems BiologyMusculoskeletal HealthNeurosciencesNutrition, Metabolism, And DiabetesPharmacological, Toxicological and Pharmaceutical SciencesPopulation And Public HealthReproduction And DevelopmentSex And Gender Health

    Briefly explain your interest in being part of the CANTRAIN CONNECT - College of clinical trials mentoring*