Current Employment Opportunities 

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Current Funding Opportunities (Research & Training)

Past Employment Opportunities

Dr. Vicky Tagalakis is looking for a multi-center research coordinator to manage the STEP-CAT study in Montreal, QC, at the Jewish General Hospital (Lady Davis Institute of Medical Research). This study will test the rate of recurrent venous thromboembolism (VTE) in patients receiving prophylactic dose enoxaparin for cancer-associated thrombosis (CAT) after completing minimum 3 months of standard anticoagulant therapy.

Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) is looking for an accomplished, dynamic, innovative individual to assume the position of Director of the newly created "Hamilton Center for Cardiovascular Health" (HCCVH; working title). This will require a transformative leader with vision and an established track record as a successful senior healthcare leader.

The Thrombosis Program at the Jewish General Hospital is currently accepting applications for a one year clinical fellowship (July 1, 2018- June 30, 2019) to acquire and consolidate expertise in Thrombosis. Applicants could include trainees interested in Thrombosis Medicine who have completed specialty training in relevant specialties, e.g. Hematology, General Internal Medicine (GIM) or Respirology. 

Memorial University is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical and Economic Evaluation (Thrombosis Service) - Applications will be accepted until July 21, 2017 or until the position has been filled. 

The Division of Hematology, a part of the Department of Medicine, at The Ottawa Hospital is seeking a Clinician Scientist in Thrombosis to join their group.

Past Funding Opportunities (Research & Training)

Thrombosis Canada and CanVECTOR are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2017 - 2018 CanVECTOR/Thrombosis Canada Fellowship.  The purpose of the CanVECTOR Thrombosis Canada Fellowship is to provide financial support for highly qualified, promising new clinician-investigators to allow them to pursue further training in thromboembolism at a Canadian center, focusing on knowledge translation and/or clinical outcomes research.  The fellowship is awarded for one year, from July 1st, 2017 to June 30th, 2018, provided in two installments. The deadline to submit completed application packages is April 3rd, 2017.

For more information on the 2017 - 2018 Thrombosis Canada CanVECTOR Research Fellowship, and for application requirements, please see www.thrombosiscanada.ca or write to info@thrombosiscanada.ca