New data published today in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice suggests that oral immunotherapy is safe for preschool-aged children with peanut allergies.
BC Children’s Hospital offers basic science and clinical research mentorship that is second to none. Our researchers rank among the country’s best and continue to make internationally recognized contributions to their fields.
We provide opportunities to build on the skills and knowledge needed to enhance your health research careers, including:
Unique education opportunities tobuild research and analytical capacity and enhance career development skills
Access to state of the art equipment and specialized facilities
- A wide range of special events that expose trainees to research across disciplines, as well as opportunities to present and discuss their own work
- Funding on a competitive basis for studentships and fellowships, subsidized conference participation and short-term training opportunities
Want to know more? The Research Education Office supports the development of an enriched, multidisciplinary learning environment for research trainees at BC Children’s Hospital. For any questions or concerns contact email@example.com or 604 875-2000 x5397.