UHN Summer Training and Research Program Learning Sessions

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UHN Summer Training and Research Program Learning Sessions

Participate in UHN's Summer Research Learning Sessions to explore many research and professional development topics!

By UHN's Office of Research Trainees (ORT)

When and where

Date and time

May 10 · 11am - August 3 · 2pm PDT



About this event

  • 85 days 3 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

UHN's Office of Research Trainees invites you to join their Summer Training and Research (STAR) program learning sessions. The learning sessions will be held virtually and will cover topics to enhance your research and professional skills.

Learning Session Dates and Topics:

  • Wednesday May 10th, 2-3 pm - Enhancing your Networking and LinkedIn Skills
  • Thursday June 1, 2-3 pm - Exploring Careers in Research and Healthcare
  • Thursday June 15, 2-3 pm - Setting up for success; tips for new researchers with UHN Libraries
  • Thursday June 29, 2-3pm - Grad School 101
  • Thursday July 13, 2-3 pm - How to Present your Research
  • Thursday July 27th, 2-3 pm - Resumes and Cover Letters

The Learning Sessions are open to everyone. The session recordings will be shared with all registrants.

UHN Summer Research students will also have the opportunity to participate in virtual presentations to present what they learned this summer. Students are eligible to win prizes for best presentations and an opportunity to present at an person research day and networking session on August 3rd.

UHN summer students who watch or attend at least four learning sessions and present their research will be given a certificate of program completion.

Frequently asked questions

I'm not performing research at UHN this summer. Can I still attend the learning sessions?
Will the sessions be recorded?
Can I still receive the certificate of program completion if I can't attend the sessions live?

About the organizer


UHN's Office of Research Trainees (ORT) mission is to provide UHN trainees - graduate students and postdoctoral fellows - with the highest possible quality training and learning experience through lab integration, achievement recognition and career development – thus enhancing the quality of research at UHN.

For information about the ORT, visit www.uhntrainees.ca!


UHN's Office of Research Trainees (ORT)

University Health Network (UHN)

Tel: 416-634-8775

Email: ort.admin@uhnresearch.ca