A healthy diet complete with plenty of fruits and vegetables is an important contributor to reaching and maintaining a healthy body weight. It is also protective against many chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer.
The INSPIRE Program aims to provide students with research training and practical experiences in child health research during the academic year. Students are matched with a mentor and contribute to a project as part of a research team.
Interested in developing research skills and learning more about how research is conducted in a clinical setting? You'll be eligible if you are a:
- Prospective UBC Directed Studies Student
INSPIRE can help match students with potential supervisors, but students are responsible for ensuring they complete all course specific requirements. Only supervisors with a UBC faculty position are eligible to take on a directed studies student.
- Undergraduate Student (or recent graduate) Interested In Pediatric Research
Students must be available max 4-6 hrs/week. Students currently registered in any undergraduate or college training program, or those that are within 3 years of completion of a high school or post-secondary degree are eligible to apply.
If you require any assistance or have further questions, please contact email@example.com.