BRAIN CREATE Training Program

BRAIN CREATE is a value-added education program that is geared to Canada’s innovation and commercialisation of future neurotechnologies. Neurotechnologies are defined as methods, devices and molecules developed to monitor and/or augment brain and key physiological functions. Key physiological functions may include, but are not limited to, cardiorespiratory control, cerebrovascular regulation, autonomic control, attention, memory and learning, and sleep.

The Libin Cardiovascular Institute is pleased to partner with the Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) on this program. The BRAIN CREATE program is offered to both graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.


BRAIN CREATE: Interdisciplinary Training Program for New Neurotechnologies Graduate Program

If you are applying for a LCIA MSc or PhD Graduate Scholarship and your research involves the development of neurotechnologies and has the potential for commercialization or patient use in the short or long term, you are eligible for the BRAIN CREATE program. Please check off both the appropriate scholarship and BRAIN CREATE Program in your application, and complete the BRAIN CREATE justification section of the LCIA Graduate Scholarship Application Form.


BRAIN CREATE: Interdisciplinary Training Program for New Neurotechnologies Postdoctoral Program

If you are applying for a Cumming School of Medicine Postdoctoral Scholarship and your research involves the development of neurotechnologies and has the potential for commercialization or patient use in the short or long term, you are eligible for the BRAIN CREATE program. Please check off both the appropriate scholarship and BRAIN CREATE Program in your application, and complete the BRAIN CREATE justification section of the LCIA Postdoctoral Scholarship Form.