Undergraduate COOP Student Job Placements
In collaboration with the University of Ottawa Co-operative Education Program, the Cardiac Translational Research Lab offers 1 exceptional University of Ottawa undergraduate science student the opportunity for real world experience in stem cell research per school term. All COOP students are given their own research project that provides the opportunity to learn the fundamental and experimental techniques needed to complete the research question. In addition all students are expected to participate in the maintenance of clinical databases and general lab procedures.
COOP positions are paid with ongoing support by University of Ottawa Co-operative Education Work Study program. Positions generally require 20-40 hours/week.
Undergraduate Honours Student Research
Undergraduate honours student research provides positions through courses offered to final year students in the Biomedical and Biopharmaceutical Sciences program of the Faculty of Science at the University of Ottawa. These are highly competitive positions that provide 1-2 exceptional undergraduate final year students at University of Ottawa the opportunity to do research in stem cell biology.
Undergraduate Honours Research Projects are unpaid and for credit at the University of Ottawa only. All students are given their own research project that provides the opportunity to learn the fundamental and experimental techniques needed to complete the research question.
How to apply: Students must register for the BIM/BPS courses. Forward a copy of your CV, letter of intent, and official University transcript to the Cardiac Translational Research Lab with the subject “Honours student application”.