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Name CANADIAN COUNCIL ON ANIMAL CARE
Research Fields TEST ethical issues relating to the use of animals in science
Categories No categories available
Citizenship Canadian
Eligibility The Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC) is currently accepting applications from suitable qualified candidates to work on ethical issues relating to the use of animals in science. The CCAC fellowship is ideal for candidates who would like to expand the use of their science background to pursue careers at the interface of science and society. The fellowship is intended to provide support to recent doctoral or masters level graduates, current masters or doctoral students, or other individuals with comparable levels of combined education and training. The fellowship is intended to provide support to recent doctoral or masters level graduates, current masters or doctoral students, or other individuals with comparable levels of combined education and training. The fellowship currently being offered is within the Guidelines Program http://www.ccac.ca/en_/about/programs/programs-guidelines of the CCAC and focuses on an aspect related to guidelines development, in an area pertinent to the candidate's background and interest. During the course of this fellowship, the fellow will develop the necessary skills to:
  • research the scientific field of interest
  • monitor both the scientific and the public policy environments to identify relevant emerging issues
  • assess the impact of propsed policies and guidelines within the scientific and animal care communities
  • evaluate policies and guidelines already in existenc both within Canada and elsewhere
  • identify relevant stakeholders
  • initiate and develop dialogue with experts both within Canada and internationally
    The Fellowship will normally be for a two-year period, based on submission of a satisfactory progress report after the first year. The suitable qualified individual may also pursue graduate level studies in public administration through the University of Ottawa, or may embed the fellowship into their current studies. Eligibility Applications from Canadian citizens with a relevant graduate degree are preferred. The candidate must have a solid understanding of science in order to be able to explore the questions underpinning the ethical issues to be addressed. He/she must also have the ability to apply this knowledge in a different framework. Ideally, the candidate should have a strong interert in bioethics, and will be encourage to pursue additional training, including course work where appropriate. Candidates with more than three years of post-doctoral experience at the time of the competition deadline will normally not be eligible for an award.
  • Value $40,000 per annum, maximum period of two years.
    Currency Canadian
    Tenable at The fellowship will be based at the CCAC Secratariat office in Ottawa and may involve extensive travel.
    Deadlines May 31
    Application Details Visit the Canadian Council on Animal Care web site at http://www.ccac.ca/en_/about/programs/programs-fellowship/fellowship_2011-2013 Contact: Dr. Gilly Griffin, Guidelines and Three Rs Programs Director, 1510 - 130 Albert Street, Ottawa ON K1P 5G4 Email: ggriffin@ccac.ca Updated: January 25, 2012
     

     
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