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Positions Available

We have many interesting projects for enthusiastic graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.


For post-doctoral applicants, the University of Toronto must recognize your Ph.D. title. We also require proficiency in spoken and written English, and a demonstrated command of a relevant scientific discipline. Your resume should demonstrate a proven track record in terms of productivity and long-term independent research potential, as evidenced by first-author peer-reviewed publications and public presentations. Foreigners must be eligible for employment authorization in Canada; please inquire at your local Canadian Embassy or Consulate about the details for obtaining a suitable work-permit and allow sufficient time to get this organized. You should be acquainted with the general academic requirements, cost-of-living, and available funding sources such as relevant local, national and international Fellowships. 

We have stimulating projects for Graduate Students, and I recommend that you look into the Department of Physiology website for information about the programs, as you must first be accepted into the Departmental graduate program ( Prospective undergraduate or MSc students need a strong academic standing to be competitive.

A few competitive positions are available for highly motivated Undergraduate students with strong academic track records, and strong letters of recommendation. To be considered you should familiarize yourself with our work (e.g. browse our Website and recent publications) and understand the nature of our research publications before you apply. You should become familiar as to what we do and how this relates to your own academic training and interests. You should understand the requirements and demands of academic research, and be confident in your own strengths, potential for academic research, and your ability to communicate in spoken and written English.