Upcoming Deadlines

The deadline for the 2014 intake has passed.  No future calls are expected for this program.

 

Upcoming JuMP Events

 Annual Bone & Joint Research Retreat

May 6 & 7 2015

Seminar Speaker Series

Tuesday - Lunchtime Seminar Series

Bone and Joint Focused Workshops

Please check back soon for upcoming workshops for 2014/2015

Also of interest:

Events

Seminar Series
Annual Retreats

JuMP Summer Research Symposium

JuMP Social Events

 

Seminar Speaker Series



 

Annual Retreat

An annual retreat and research symposium for the entire program membership is offered, including prominent keynote speakers.  Attendees include members of the Program Advisory Committee and representatives from partner organizations such as The Arthritis Society.

The retreat offers a working luncheon where mentors give presentations on career-development topics. A mixture of research presentations and broader issues at the luncheon sessions, help trainees to become comfortable with interfacing their own specific research projects with broader issues, such as ethics in research and in health care delivery, and translation of knowledge to receptor communities.

2015 Retreat: May 6 & 7th 2015

2014 Retreat: May 8th 8th 2014.

2013 Retreat:  May 10, 2013
Lamplighter Inn, London Ontario 

2012 Retreat:  May 11, 2012
Old Court House, London Ontario

2011 Retreat:  May 13/14, 2011
Elsie Perrin Estate, London Ontario

2010 Retreat: May 14/15, 2010
Windermere Manor, London Ontario        

  

JuMP Summer Research Symposium

Tuesdays 11:30-1:00

As part of the requirement as a JuMP Summer Student Awardees, students are required to present the results of their summer research project during the JuMP "Summer Research Symposium". Each individual is instructed to prepare an 8-10 min presentation for the group regarding their project and the results of their summer research project.  The focus is on the transdisciplinary aspects of the project and results. 

A CIHR Training Program in Musculoskeletal Health Research and Leadership