“I have been extremely fortunate to work with world-leaders in the field of public health genomics and personalized medicine. The multidisciplinary environment has immersed me in a collaborative setting with researchers at the top of their respective professions, be it genomic epidemiology, health service evaluation, or public attitudes research. The integrated training opportunities across the University and Ottawa Hospital sites has given me numerous opportunities to become involved in diverse research and present at prestigious international conferences. Additionally, Ottawa is a great city in which to raise a young family and offers both ample greenspace and an active social program, with festivals throughout the year including the world famous Winterlude.”
All the best - Stuart Nicholls - Postdoctoral Fellow
Consider a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Medicine.
Be a part of leading-edge scientific research in a dynamic environment within Faculty of Medicine research facilities or through its many affiliated institutes. A great opportunity to expand your knowledge and hone your skills while producing significant publications, bringing you a step closer to a brilliant future in life sciences and medical research.
The Faculty of Medicine's Postdoctoral Association is very active in providing relevant workshops and facilitating your experience among us. Get involved!
How to become a University of Ottawa Postdoctoral Fellow
How to get involved!
If you are a postdoctoral fellow who would like to become more involved in the Faculty of Medicine, consider joining the Postdoctoral Association or attending one of our monthly meetings. Contact us at: PDFmedAssociation@uottawa.ca.
What PDFs had to say about their training environment
The Faculty of Medicine Postdoctoral Association recently conducted a faculty-wide survey of post-doctoral fellows (PDFs). The survey aimed to gather the opinions of PDFs regarding the training environment here at uOttawa, and to identify any key issues affecting PDFs.