Membership in the Maritime Lyme Disease Research Network is open to all Mount Allison faculty members with an interest in research / teaching / classroom stuff / outreach on Lyme and related conditions. Membership entitles faculty to apply for support from the MTA-CanLyme independent summer research grants or other inter-session grants to support student research on any approved aspect of Lyme disease.
Members of the Maritime Lyme Disease Research Network agree to abide by the Tri-Agency Responsible Conduct of Research framework (http://www.rcr.ethics.gc.ca/eng/policy-politique/framework-cadre/), follow all institutional rules relevant to the research being carried out and respect the central place of the patient community in Lyme disease research by welcoming the patient community as a partner in research.
Membership is open to external academics and clinicians with compatible interests. External members require an internal collaborator to apply for MTA-CanLyme student funding.