A unique opportunity
Generally, one resident is accepted into the program every two years. The program meets the training requirements necessary to sit for the certification examinations offered by the Canadian College of Microbiologists.
Diverse training experience
Train in the microbiology laboratories of the Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre, St. Boniface Hospital, Cadham Provincial Laboratory and the National Microbiology Laboratory.
Clinical and academic exposure
Explore didactic lectures, seminars, rounds and clinical research.
Admission and application requirements
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Dr. Markus Stein
Director, Clinical Microbiology Post-Doctoral Residency Program
Department of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
Health Sciences Centre
MS673C - 820 Sherbrook Street