Training the next generation of leaders and researchers in allergic disease is one of AllerGen’s most impactful achievements.

AllerGen’s HQP training program has increased Canada’s research capacity, launched the careers of talented young investigators and clinician-scientists, and produced highly employable graduates working in diverse sectors.

Since 2005, AllerGen has provided education, training and capacity-building opportunities to 1,493 trainees, research staff and early career professionals. The Network invests $500,000 annually in capacity-building programs that provide skill acquisition and development opportunities beyond the traditional training and mentorship provided within research projects.