HSD Research Support Centre

 

HSD Research Centre Team
(l to r) Emma Stuart is the administrative officer, Ally Poniedzielnik was the pre-grant administrative assistant, Jasmine Desjardins is the research coordinator, Charlotte Loppie is the Associate Dean Research, Heather Cumming was the post-grant administrative assistant.

The HSD Research Support Centre—the only faculty-based research support service of its kind at UVic—will tell you that every funded study involves a complex series of steps to manage the process, from application to fund administration to reporting back to funding agencies. Given the community-based focus of much of HSD’s research, many initiatives involve more than one researcher, faculty, school, research centre, or community partner.

Contacts

Dr. Charlotte Loppie, Associate Dean Research
 |  250-853-3109

Kathy Jang, Assistant to the Associate Dean

Emma Stuart, Administrative Officer
| 250-721-7048

Jasmine Desjardins, Research Coordinator
| 250-721-6468

Jean Dickson, Administrative Assistant (pre/post-grant)
 |  | 250-721-7049

Twitter @HSDResearch

HSD Research Support Centre
Human & Social Development Bldg. Room B241
University of Victoria
PO Box 1700 STN CSC
Victoria, BC V8W 2Y2

  1. Support research excellence and accountability through pre- and post-grant services.
  2. Build research capacity by mentoring and supporting faculty members.
  3. Build a culture of research excellence across all schools.
  4. Establish strong academic leadership.
  1. Peer review and research mentorship
  2. Information sessions
  3. Workshops and seminars
  4. New faculty and post-doctoral orientation sessions
Check out the HSD Research Circle and watch Dr. Charlotte Loppie interview various HSD professors and research assistants. Video interviews are added regularly.

Watch a workshop, Inside the Minds of Grant Reviewers and Grant Recipients, to learn more about the grant process.

Part-time Research Assistant - Rural/Urban STBBI Service Contexts
7.5-15 hours per week, up to 24 month term
Location is flexible, with a preference for an Edmonton/Alberta-based person

The DRUM and SASH team is seeking a part-time research assistant to assist with activities funded by the CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network. Candidates can expect to receive one-on-one mentorship from study co-investigators, co-author academic publications, engage in novel, Indigenous knowledge translation activities, and gain experience conducting data analyses. For students who may be interested in applying, the experience could be suitable for work towards a graduate thesis in public health, community development, or allied health fields.

More information and to apply.


Part-time Research Assistant - Knowledge Mobilization
7.5-15 hours per week, up to 12 month term with a possibility of extension
Location is flexible, with a preference for an Alberta-based person
Salary range is $20-30 per hour, commensurate with skills and experience

The DRUM and SASH team is seeking a part-time research assistant to assist with activities funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). This position will focus on knowledge mobilization activities, including supporting the development of online resources to share what we have learned from this project through our website. Candidates can expect to receive one-on-one mentorship from study co-investigators and engage in novel, Indigenous ways of sharing. For students who may be interested in applying, the experience could be suitable for work towards a graduate thesis in public health, community development, or allied health fields.

More information and to apply.