Collaboration with Canada: Research
The KI-Canada research collaborations are strong and there are research activities with Canadian universities, hospitals and institutions covering all research areas.
In 2013, KI researchers had 250 publications together with researchers from over 100 different Canadian universities, hospitals and institutions. The 5 universities that KI co-publish the most with are: University of Toronto, McGill University, McMaster University, University of British Columbia and University of Montreal.
KI researchers interested in spending time at Hotchkiss Brain Institute at the University of Calgary has the possibility to apply for a scholarship through the Rebecca Hotchkiss International Scholar Exchange (RHISE) Program.
All research is coordinated at KI's 22 departments.
Hotchkiss Brain InstituteHotchkiss Brain Institute at the University of Calgary offers the possibility to apply for a scholarship for researchers through the “Rebecca Hotchkiss International Scholar Exchange (RHISE) Program”. The programme was established to develop new interactions and strengthen those that already exist between the Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) and international centres of neuroscience research and training excellence. For more information regarding the programme, and how to apply, please contact the scientific coordinator for Canada.
International staff servicesKI offers support service for international researchers and doctoral students. Here you can find all kinds of necessary information for your stay in Sweden and KI.
Useful facts for visiting academicsDownload Useful facts with practical information prior to your journey and during your stay in Sweden.
Canada’s Minister of Science, Dr. Kirsty Duncan, visit to Karolinska Institutet
On 10 December, Canada’s Minister of Science, Dr. Kirsty Duncan, visited Karolinska Institutet.
On 10 December, Canada’s Minister of Science, Dr. Kirsty Duncan, visited Karolinska Institutet. After a lab visit at the Department of Neuroscience, headed by Dr. Ola...