By choosing UHN as part of your research training program, you join hundreds of highly experienced students and fellows pursuing innovative projects. When considering a position at UHN, it is often quite useful to arrange to visit the labs of interest and speak with current trainees about their experiences and the advantages of joining the UHN community.


UHN trains the next generation of scientists! It is home to more than 1200 research trainees – postdoctoral researchers and students conducting research projects supervised by UHN scientists. As such, UHN is committed to providing an excellent environment for the academic and professional development of its trainees.


The ORT is committed to providing support and resources to help trainees and postdocs achieve their full potential during their training at UHN and as they venture into the next steps of their careers. Check out our Workshops & Events Calendar for career and skill development opportunities!



Dive into Episode 4 and discover the driving force behind @IMF__ ‘s passion - the incredible bonds forged at @McEwenInstitute. 🌟Uncover the transformative power of meaningful connections as Ian unveils the heart of his inspiration. Don’t miss this compelling narrative!

Join our next #Arthritis Web Seminar Series Lecture on Nov 28 at 8am, by Dr. Cornelia Weyand, Professor of Medicine @StanfordMed , presenting on "Large Vessel Vasculitis - A Disease of Lost Inhibition "→
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Registration for ICAIR 2024 is now open!

The conference will be held at the Carlu in downtown Toronto on May 6th and 7th. Don't miss this opportunity to be at the forefront of rehabilitation research.

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Congratulations Jessica Bytautas, on receiving the Canadian Cancer Society Research Training Award!

Jessica is a PhD candidate under the supervision of Dr. @PiaKontos at @KITE_UHN. She studies the role of volunteerism in end-of-life care using qualitative, ethnographic methods.

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