Empowering Today's Potential
What is COUHR?
The Canadian Organization for Undergraduate Health Research (COUHR) is an initiative aimed at providing underrepresented university students with the opportunity to participate in health and medical research. Pairing individuals with research professionals, COUHR strives to provide valuable research experience that will foster a passion for academic research. With a mission of "Empowering Today's Potential, Discovering Tomorrow's Solutions", COUHR hopes to foster a generation of healthcare researchers.
Providing opportunities to motivated youth to delve into the scientific community will overcome a multitude of barriers, bringing a greater diversity of thought, innovation and experience that may not have seemed accessible or attainable before.
Through program development, data management, and problem identification COUHR aims to address modern health-care issues through technology development
COUHR seeks to educate local communities through specialized growth programs that will foster knowledge development and a sense of involvement
Summer Research Program
COUHR provides underrepresented undergraduate students with the opportunity to pursue health research, with the goal of nurturing a generation of health-care researchers
COUHR provides a collaborative and supportive environment that encourages undergraduate students to pursue opportunities and paths, without the impediment of barriers that may exist within current society.
At COUHR, pairing keen students with accomplished and motivational research professionals provides them with an impactful and supportive network, through which we aspire to foster intrapersonal skills and self confidence essential for success.
COUHR provides a platform for students to delve into new experiences and pursue scientific discoveries and cutting edge research topics from which their exposure would be otherwise limited.
COUHR aims to become a leader in the health industry through the analysis and research of emerging technologies, educating local communities about modern health issues, and the encouragement of undergraduate students to pursue opportunities related to health research.