Through its training programs, The Arthritis Society and the Canadian Arthritis Network created the next generation of scientists that have helped free people with arthritis from their pain and disability. These future leaders in arthritis research experience first hand a trans-disciplinary research environment that promotes collaboration and networking and considers the economic, social and ethical implications of their work.
Over the years The Arthritis Society has generously committed $5 million to train young investigators. Funds are available for graduate students, research fellows and research scholars to acquire experience in basic science, clinical research, population health, health services, product services and development and industrial partnering.
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