At OMNI, we are committed to the academic and professional development of highly qualified personnel in the field of maternal and child health research.
Our team is affiliated with both the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI), and The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO RI), two of Canada’s largest teaching hospitals and most successful research institutes. Our offices are located at the Centre for Practice Changing Research; a shared CHEO RI/OHRI space. Through OHRI we have access to core resources including the Clinical Investigation Unit and Ottawa Methods Centre that support the successful execution of research projects.
Our close proximity to CHEO RI also strengthens our collaboration with our partners at The Better Outcomes Registry & Network (BORN) Ontario, Ontario’s provincial birth registry.
At OMNI, we are committed to providing mentorship and training that is tailored to meet the individual needs of our trainees and mentees. Our goals are to:
Early career scientists and students in our group benefit from clinical and methodological rounds, courses and workshops hosted by our group, and more broadly by the departments and institutes with which we are affiliated. Trainees also benefit from informal day-to-day interactions with Senior Scientists and Clinical Investigators as well as other students, residents and clinical fellows.
Mentorship and training opportunities include: