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T-CAIREM 2022 Student Trainee Rounds – Call for Applicants

(This call has now passed. Please check back for our 2023 call.) 

The T-CAIREM 2022 Student Trainee Rounds is a monthly competitive seminar series that highlights innovative and outstanding research at the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and healthcare across the University of Toronto’s graduate and professional programs. 

We are now accepting applications for the 2022 Trainee Rounds from graduate students (from any faculty) as well as MD trainees. The selected trainees will be awarded the opportunity to present their research in front of a panel of AI in healthcare leaders. 

The Student Trainee Rounds consist of monthly one-hour virtual presentations beginning in February 2022. Two trainees will each give a 20-minute presentation on their research, followed by 10 minutes for Q&A and discussion. Topic areas can include any research at the intersection of AI and medicine including methodological projects, translational clinical projects, education, data governance, health policy, health economics, ethics, etc.

How to apply

  • The deadline to apply has now passed. We're leaving this information up for reference. 
  • Submitted abstracts will be critically assessed by a panel of experts.
  • Students selected to present their work will be contacted by January 21, 2022.

Judging and Awards

At the conclusion of the 2022 Student Trainee Rounds, an expert panel will select one student to receive the T-CAIREM 2022 Trainee Rounds Research Award, valued at $500. The remaining speakers will each receive a $100 award. 

All selected speakers will have their work promoted on the T-CAIREM website and through our social media channels. We look forward to receiving your submission.

Previous Trainee Rounds

Here are the selected researchers from the 2021 Student Trainee Rounds along with the titles of their abstracts.

You can also watch video recordings of the 2021 Student Trainee Rounds presentations in the Past Events section of the T-CAIREM website.