Upcoming Deadlines

JuMP Undergraduate Summer Studentship

2013 Intakes are complete

2014 Intake
March 15, 2014
(Start May 1 2014)

Joint Motion Trainee Program

2013-14 Intakes are complete

2014-2015 Intake

June 1, 2014 
(Start Sept 1 2014)

 

Upcoming JuMP Events

 For current JuMP trainees:

Click here for the February 2014 calendar!

Click here for the March 2014 calendar!

Annual Bone & Joint Research Retreat
May 7th & 8th 2014

Seminar Speaker Series

February 18th 2014 - Wound Healing - O'Gorman, Leask

March 18th 2014 - "Target Identification for Future Joint Pain Relief" - Jason McDougall

April 18th 2014 

Bone and Joint Focused Workshops

TBD - Pre Clinical Imaging

April 18th - - Problem Solving - Holdsworth

June 12th - TBD

Also of interest:

Leadership Module

JuMP offers a leadership training program developing the next generation of leading researchers in musculoskeletal health, though a customized program for our trainees in collaboration with the Richard Ivey School of Business:

This component offers JuMP trainees an opportunity to:

  • Increase their personal leadership skills
  • Enhance their understanding of the business environment within which science operates
  • Enhance their understanding of how health care in Canada and elsewhere operates, and the connection between basic science, clinical practice and service delivery
  • Increase their skills, attributes and competencies to ensure they can operate in leadership positions in science environments.

Module A - Understanding Business Fundamentals:

strategy, leadership, change management, financial acumen; these courses are designed to ensure that our trainees understand critical concepts in business, which are applicable in their own programs and important in nurturing future industrial collaborations.

Module B- Personal Leadership:

developing high-performance teams, negotiation, influence without power, conflict resolution; these courses are essential for effective leadership.

Module C - The Health Care Environment:

health care policy (taught by Dr. Kellie Leitch, MD, MBA) and health care management; this module forms part of the existing Ivey MBA Health Care stream and is of critical importance to future MSK researchers.

Module D- The Business of Science:

project management, intellectual property, influences of industry and hospitals, funding structures.

A CIHR Training Program in Musculoskeletal Health Research and Leadership