TORONTO, ON. — CANSSI Ontario STAGE (STAGE) is pleased to announce a new cohort of trainees selected to receive mentorship and to work in research projects that span polygenic risk-environment (GxE) interaction models, multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), and population pharmacokinetic modelling.
STAGE offers training and career development opportunities designed to cross-train individuals at the interface of genetics and population health sciences in genetic epidemiology and statistical genetics—two disciplines currently facing a shortage of qualified individuals in Canada and elsewhere.
We are delighted to welcome and congratulate four incoming PhD trainees:
Hua, Xiaoyu, and Muhammad, along with information about their background and research projects, are featured in these news releases about the awards:
Muhammad Shoaib, recipient of CANSSI Ontario STAGE Trainee Program. CANSSI
Xiaoyu Men, recipient of CANSSI Ontario STAGE Trainee Program. CANSSI
TORONTO, ON. — CANSSI Ontario STAGE (STAGE) is pleased to announce a