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Aging Research Centre - Newfoundland and Labrador

Are you a researcher, student, or community member interested in research on aging?

We welcome you to apply to become a member of the ARC-NL. Membership categories and applications are found below.

 

Research Membership

Researchers with a focus on aging (including full-time and part-time faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and academic staff) from a recognized academic institution are welcome to become Research Members of ARC-NL. Research Members are expected to promote the ARC-NL as well as acknowledge ARC-NL in all grant applications, publications, presentations, and interviews. ARC-NL Research Members support and actively participate in the Centre's activities and events which may include: peer-review of grant and fellowship applications, delivery of academic or plain-language talks, and participation in the Centre's annual meeting. Membership will be reviewed every two years.

Research Member Benefits

  • Networking: Access to ARC-NL newsletters; invitation to attend and participate in the ARC-NL Annual Meeting; and frequent opportunities to share knowledge and participate in research with a network of researchers, health professionals, decision-makers, and community members across Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Research Support: Access to lab facilities upon request; access to ARC-NL Participant Pool for researchers and their students; eligibility of researchers and their students to apply for ARC-NL funding opportunities (please refer to specific calls for further eligibility criteria).
  • Knowledge Translation Platforms: Access to shared meeting facilities upon request; support for dissemination of research to the public through the ARC newsletter, organization of public presentations, on our website, social media, and through other avenues.
Download and fill out a membership form now!
ARC-NL Research Membership Application.pdf


Student Membership

Undergraduate and graduate students with a focus on aging from a recognized academic institution are welcome to become Student Members of ARC-NL. Student Members are expected to promote the ARC-NL as well as acknowledge ARC-NL in all publications, presentations, and interviews. ARC-NL Student Members support and actively participate in the Centre's activities and events which may include: delivery of academic or plain-language talks and participation in the Centre's annual meeting. Membership will be reviewed every two years.

Student Member Benefits

  • Networking: Access to ARC-NL newsletter; invitation to attend and participate in ARC-NL Annual Meeting; and frequent opportunities to share knowledge and participate in research with a network of researchers, health professionals, decision-makers, and community members across Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Research Support: Access to lab facilities upon request; access to ARC-NL Participant Pool; eligibility to apply for relevant ARC-NL funding opportunities (please refer to specific calls for further eligibility criteria).

  • Knowledge Translation Platforms: Your aging-related activities such as research, awards and knowledge exchange to the institute will be promoted in our annual reports, newsletters, social media and reports.
Download and fill out a membership form now!
ARC-NL MemberApplication_Student.pdf

 

Community Membership

Community members with a personal or career interest in aging research are welcome to become Community Members of ARC-NL. Community Members include: older adults; family/caregivers; individuals from government, health care, or other professions; business representatives; and other community members in Newfoundland and Labrador. Community Members support and actively participate in the Centre's activities and events which may include: peer-review of grant and fellowship applications, representation on research projects, and participation in the Centre's annual meeting. Membership will be reviewed every two years.

Community Member Benefits

  • Involvement in Research: Access to ARC-NL newsletter and upcoming events; invitation to attend and participate in ARC-NL Annual Meeting; opportunity to sign up to be a research participant in the ARC-NL Participant Pool; and frequent opportunities to share knowledge with, learn more about, and participate in, research with a network of researchers, health professionals, decision-makers, and community members across Newfoundland and Labrador.

  • Knowledge Translation Platforms: Your aging-related activities with us will be promoted in our newsletters, social media and reports.
Download and fill out a membership form now!
ARC-NLMemberApplication_Community.pdf

Aging Research Centre (ARC)

Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland
20 University Drive, Corner Brook, Newfoundland
A2H 5G4, Canada

Office: FC4022
Phone: 709-639-4872
Email: arc@grenfell.mun.ca