Trainees interested in computational approaches to sensorimotor neuroscience can apply to work with one or more of the principal investigators and collaborators at the three universities. Membership in the CREATE team provides not only funding for trainees stipends but access to workshops, summer schools and other events. Trainees from all countries are eligible.
Applications can be e-mailed to Denise Soanes at: email@example.com to be forwarded to the Program Committee.
CREATE funds student stipends and postdoctoral fellowships. Even students whose salaries are not funded by CREATE (for example because they have fellowships) can be considered for associate status, which may provide access to CREATE meetings and workshops.
To be considered for the graduate student CREATE training, applicants must be accepted into a graduate program in Neuroscience, Computer Science, or a related discipline at Queens, York, or Western.
To be considered for postdoctoral CREATE funding, applicants can apply directly to the Program Committee for consideration by all potential mentors. Alternatively, applicants may want to contact individual potential mentors directly to discuss possibilities prior to submitting an application to the Program Committee. The application process is ongoing. If openings are available, applications will be considered as they arrive. If each of the three sites have reached their maximum number of trainees, applications will be kept on file for consideration as openings/opportunities arise.
The applicant should send a curriculum vitae and arrange for at least two reference letters to be sent directly by referees familiar with the applicant’s research and training.