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Access Affiance Multicultural Health and Community Services (Access Alliance) launched the Immigrant Insight Scholars Initiative (IISI) in 2017 to enable internationally educated researchers to build local experience, track records, and professional networks needed to transition to a successful career as a researcher in Canada.
IRSN Coffee Chats is a biweekly talk series organized by the Immigrant Researchers Support Network (IRSN) at Access Alliance. Please find below the most recent Coffee Chats.
The program offered me with the mentorship opportunities from the best researchers in the town. I was placed at the Institute for Work and Health and McMaster University and received tremendous guidance and support from my mentors
The prolific stature of this organization has allured me to be a part of it and accomplish my professional goals along with working towards a sustainable healthy and hearty community. I see myself closer to the cutting edge technologies in clinical chemistry.
I was able to make connections with the help of IRSN, which served as a platform to get connected with other researchers of diverse background. I was also able to quickly adapt to how organizations works in Canada with respect to its standards, practice etc.