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The Quebec Network of Student Pain Researchers (QNJPI) was created to bring together student-researchers in the field of pain and promote the creation of new collaborations between students within the various universities of Quebec.
The last news
The next luncheon of the Quebec Pain Research Network (RQRD) will take place on September 30, 2022 from 12h to 13h.
Title: FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH: HOW TO CREATE AN ACCESSIBLE LANGUAGE FOR ALL?
The Quebec Pain Research Network (RQR), the Quebec Population Health Research Network (RRSPQ) and the Intersectoral Health Research Network of the University of Quebec (RISUQ) are pleased to invite you to the Symposium « Intersectoral research: why and how? », an opportunity to discuss success stories and an opportunity for co-construction.
WHEN: June 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
The online event is for free, open to everyone, but registration is required. To do this, see the link below.
** NEW! **
If you or a colleague stands out for their achievements, you can publish your recent achievements related to your research in the field of pain via the new initiative called
“Good student shots! »
- Prizes, distinctions, honorable mentions
- Events organized by our members
- Knowledge transfer material (e.g. blog, popular science article, videos)
HOW? 'OR' WHAT?
Send a message via “Messenger” or email to the RQECD (email@example.com) by briefly describing (max 300 words) what your dissemination proposal consists of as well as the link with research on pain and why it would be interesting for the RQECD to publish it.
Good luck students
The student successes are recognitions for the students of the Network who distinguish themselves by their achievements, their efforts and their commitment in the field of pain. This distinction can be manifested through publications, prizes, organization of events, creation of knowledge transfer material, academic involvement, as long as the activity demonstrates its link with research. on the pain.
Do not hesitate to submit your application or that of your colleagues by email ou via facebook messenger !
Honorable mentions from the Dean – University of Sherbrooke
The QNJPI would like to congratulate these members who distinguished themselves during the annual ceremony for the presentation of the Honorable Mentions of the Dean of Sherbrooke University, which took place on May 30. The dean's honorable mentions reward the best elements of the student body registered in Sherbrooke's eight graduate studies research programs as well as in the master's programs in drug addiction and master's in nursing sciences. These students have distinguished themselves by their academic excellence, the quality of their research work and their sustained efforts. Congratulations Jade, Christian, Alexia and Marie-Pierre!
Jade Degrandmaison Pharmacology
Christian Longtin Health science research
Alexia Coulombe-Leveque Health science research
Marie-Pierre Cyr Health science research
Spotlight on our members
The RQECD would like to congratulate its members who have obtained a training grant from the Fonds de recherche du Québec 2021! Stay tuned for the 2022 edition.
Chloe Savignac (Master of FRQNT)
Jennifer Ben Salem (FRQS PhD)
Carlos Gevers Montoro (FRQNT PhD)
Jacqueline Tu Anh Thu Lam (FRQNT PhD)
Rose Gagnon (FRQS PhD)
Justine Benoit Piau (FRQS PhD)
Matthew Vincenot (FRQS PhD)
Zoha Deldar (FRQS post-doctorate)
Marie-Pierre Cyr (FRQS post-doctorate)
Elora Midavaine (FRQS post-doctorate)
This bilingual and free initiative is inspired by “TED” style presentations and aims to offer the audience popularized presentations focused on the field of pain. The speakers have the mandate to discuss controversies and advances in the field of pain.