We are pleased to partner with the Autism Alliance of Canada, Kids’ Brain Health Network, and Autism Speaks Canada in supporting the 2022-2024 Autism Alliance of Canada Data-to-Policy Fellowship competition.

This fellowship is an opportunity for Ph.D. students/candidates, postdoctoral fellows, and research associates from health services and policy, population health, epidemiology, neurosciences, clinical psychology, or related research backgrounds, with an interest in neurodevelopmental disabilities.

Trainees will apply their data analytic and research skills to support multidisciplinary working groups in advancing the use of Canadian data assets to inform autism policy and practice in Canada, which has broader implications to all neurodevelopmental disabilities.

There are five awards, with a stipend of $40,000 each over the course of an 18-month term.

Trainees awarded the Autism Alliance Data-to-Policy Fellowship will have an opportunity to play an integral role in supporting the generation and sharing of data and evidence in the autism and broader neurodevelopmental disability sector. A key priority of this fellowship will be to lead data initiatives that can help inform the development of Canada’s National Autism Strategy, which is being lead by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

For more information about the Fellowship and to access the application portal, you can visit their website by clicking on the button that reads, “Data-to-Policy Fellowship.”

Data-to-Policy Fellowship


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