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2013 Seaman Family Centre Soccer Team -
the T2* Stars!
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Major participating academic programs at The University of Calgary include the Departments of Clinical Neurosciences, Psychology, Psychiatry and Radiology. Very strong and productive connections also exist with the Hotchkiss Brain Institute and with research trainee programs in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Medical Science, Neuroscience, and Physics and Astronomy, and with the research fellowship programs in Neuroradiology and the Calgary Stroke Program.

The T2* Stars play softball as well.
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Since 1999, more than 12 students have been awarded PhD degrees and over 25 students have been awarded MSc degrees for research conducted in the Centre. Further, over 35 medical students and residents, and clinical/research and research fellows have received advanced training in imaging research. Our ‘graduates' are now establishing themselves in successful careers in academia and industry in Canada, the United States, Africa, Asia and Asia. The majority of our research outputs (peer-reviewed papers, editorials, presentations at meetings) reflect the hard work of our trainees. Many of our trainees have also won significant awards for their research.

Research trainees at lunch on Department of Radiology Research Day.
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In 2012, a group of investigators, including a number working at the Seaman Family Centre, were awarded an NSERC training grant. Information on the NSERC CREATE International and Industrial Imaging Training Program (I3T) Program can be found here.

Prospective graduate students and research trainees are invited to contact potential supervisors and to familiarize themselves with the our main collaborating training programs: