Research at Lawson provides undergraduate students, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with opportunities to train in a basic science or clinical setting under the supervision of a researcher.
London Health Research Day is the annual citywide research day hosted by Lawson Health Research Institute and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. It is considered London’s premier research showcase event for graduate students, trainees, clinical fellows and postdoctoral scholars.
Talks on FridayS (TOFS) is a weekly, student-run seminar series hosted by Lawson. It is designed to provide students with opportunities to develop professional skills and experience, including:
- presenting conference-style oral presentations to an audience
- preparing for internal competitions, such as London Health Research Day
- networking with other members of Lawson’s research community, with the potential to identify prospective career and/or collaborative opportunities
Training, education and professional development ensure individuals and labs perform at optimal levels by:
- Building and maintaining a highly skilled workforce;
- Ensuring compliance with regulations, policies and procedures;
- Increasing productivity and efficiency; and
- Contributing to a safe, positive work environment rooted in corporate values.
Some training and education opportunities include:
- Lawson Animal Education Program (LAEP);
- Healthcare Materials Management;
- Clinical Research Training; and
- Health and Safety.