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Graduate students

Scientists at Sunnybrook Research Institute (SRI) act as mentors to 155 graduate students. Scientists work with students to solve some of the most pressing problems in health sciences. Our graduate students are working on projects across our three scientific platforms: Biological Sciences, Evaluative Clinical Sciences and Physical Sciences.


Eligibility is determined by individual academic departments at the University of Toronto.

How to apply

Students who wish to pursue graduate studies at SRI must apply through their respective academic departments at the University of Toronto.

When you get here

Graduate students report to his or her supervisor and research platform coordinator. Graduate students are encouraged to visit the trainee centre in room S6 70.

Trainee Travel Award

The Trainee Travel Award allows graduate students and research fellows to travel to events that will enhance their research training experience. Since 2012, 71 awards have been granted. Reimbursement of expenses will be awarded for travel-related expenses to present at a national or international conference. Download the application form for more details (PDF).

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