Alberta Indigenous Mentorship in Health Innovation (AIM-HI) Network

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Welcome to the Alberta Indigenous Mentorship in Health Innovation (AIM-HI) Network Home Page.
The AIM-HI Network represents a commitment on the part of established Indigenous, non-Indigenous health researchers, and community partners to strengthen and provide new and expanded opportunities for FNMI mentees to pursue and succeed in health research careers. 

Why the AIM-HI Network was Created

Impact of the AIM-HI Network

The AIM-HI Network's Approach to Mentorship

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Poster for NGGS

Reminder to Apply!

Are you an Indigenous graduate student, health professional, and/or post-doctoral fellow? You are invited to attend the 2020 National Gathering of Graduate Students (NGGS) May 11-14th at Western University in London, ON.

Students attending have access to free accommodations at Western University as well as meals provided throughout the conference -- is the only thing that is stopping you from going the cost of travel? The AIM-HI Network encourages you to apply for our Travel Bursary that will cover most if not all your travel costs.

For more information and to register before January 30th

 

 


Upcoming Events

There are currently no upcoming events planned. Please check back here or the newsletter for updates!


AIM-HI Network Student Stipends

The AIM-HI Network offers several opportunities for funding to Indigenous Graduate, Post-Doctoral and Undergraduate Students pursuing health research careers.

Please follow the links to find out more about our other stipends, application deadlines and requirements.

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AIM-HI Network Travel Bursary

We are currently accepting applications for the Travel Bursary.

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Stipend Award Recipients

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Learn more about our other stipends, applications deadlines and requirements


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SAGE UCalgary

SAGE UCalgary strives to support and nurture the recruitment, retention and completion of Indigenous graduate students. This program aims to ensure graduates students have safe spaces to share their experiences with their peers, mentors, and campus community and to further develop their professional, academic, and personal skills.

SAGE is an early initiative that supports the University of Calgary's Indigenous Strategy

Stay connected with SAGE:

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The Alberta Indigenous Mentorship in Health Innovation (AIM-HI) Network is asking for your support in spreading word of the AIM-HI Network (and our newsletter) through your own networks to fellow faculty members, researchers, grad students and community partners. We hope that the AIM-HI network will grow and provide support for mentees at all levels (from undergraduate through to new investigator stage), in all health-focused research disciplines, including the health, social and laboratory sciences across the province.