T-CAIREM 2023 Trainee Rounds: Call for Applicants
The T-CAIREM 2023 Trainee Rounds highlight innovative and outstanding research at the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and health across Canada.
The top ten applicants will get the opportunity to present their research before a panel of AI in healthcare leaders for a cash prize.
The Trainee Rounds consist of monthly one-hour virtual presentations beginning in February 2023. At each seminar, two trainees will each give a 20-minute presentation on their research, followed by 10 minutes of 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.
• Trainees must be currently enrolled as graduate students (from any faculty or discipline) or as trainees (residents, fellows, post-docs) at any Canadian university.
• Undergraduate students are not eligible to apply.
• Please note: Applicants do not have to be medical trainees and can be from any discipline.
How to apply
- The deadline to apply for the Trainee Rounds seminar series is December 16, 2022 (Friday @ 5pm).
- Submitted abstracts will be critically assessed by a panel of experts and ten projects will be selected.
- The top ten applicants selected to present their work will be contacted in January 2023.
Click to apply for the 2023 Trainee Rounds
Judging and Awards
At the conclusion of the seminar series, an expert panel will select one student to receive the T-CAIREM 2023 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
To get a sense of previous Trainee Rounds, you can look at the research projects and abstracts here:
• 2022 Trainee Rounds project abstracts
• 2021 Trainee Rounds project abstracts
• You can also watch video recordings of previous Trainee Rounds presentations in the Past Events section of the T-CAIREM website.