Training Program in Biophotonics
The biophotonics program website is http://www.biophotonics.ulaval.ca/accueil/
The program supports the training of teams of highly qualified students and postdoctoral fellows from Canada and abroad through the development of innovative training programs that:
- encourage collaborative and integrative approaches, and address significant scientific challenges associated with Canada’s research priorities; and
- facilitate the transition of new researchers from trainees to productive employees in the Canadian workforce.
These innovative programs must include the acquisition and development of important professional skills among students and postdoctoral fellows that complement their qualifications and technical skills.
In addition, these programs should encourage the following as appropriate:
- student mobility, nationally or internationally, between individual universities and between universities and other sectors;
- interdisciplinary research within the natural sciences and engineering (NSE), or at the interface between the NSE and health, or the social sciences and humanities. However, the main focus of the training must still lie within the NSE;
- increased collaboration between industry and academia; and
- with the addition of the industrial stream, an additional objective is to support improved job-readiness within the industrial sector by exposing participants to the specific challenges of this sector and training people with the skills identified by industry.
The training initiative should be focused on providing a value-added experience to the university training environment to better prepare research trainees for their future careers in industry, government or academia.
Researchers involved in the biophotonics program
Program Leader: Paul De Koninck – Sciences et génie, Dép. de biochimie, microbiologie et bio-informatique Paul G. Charette – Université de Sherbrooke See Leang Chin – Sciences et génie, Département de physique, génie physique et d'optique Daniel Côté – Sciences et génie, Département de physique, génie physique et d'optique Yves De Koninck – Médecine, Département de psychiatrie et de neurosciences Caroline Duchaine – Sciences et génie, Dép. de biochimie, microbiologie et bio-informatique Alan Fine – Dalhousie University Mario Leclerc – Sciences et génie, Département de chimie Normand Marceau – Médecine, Dép. biologie moléculaire, biochimie médicale et pathologie Réal Vallée – Sciences et génie, Département de physique, génie physique et d'optique Paul Wiseman – McGill University
How to register
Please go to the Biophotonics program website for more information about registration: https://www.biophotonics.ulaval.ca/en/prospective-students/to-register/