We are currently recruiting joint PhD candidates to join the Toronto-Melbourne Research Training Group. All candidates are fully funded and will commence at the University of Toronto, to complete their coursework requirements. Candidates will all spend a minimum of 12 months at each institution to complete their research.
To apply, decide on which projects below pique your interest and head to the how to apply page for details on how to apply. You may also propose your own research project topic if none of the projects below aligns with your interests. Information on how to do so can also be found on the how to apply page.
The cooling footprint of green infrastructure and influence on urban invertebrate communities
We are recruiting a joint PhD candidate to evaluate the contribution of different Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) to human thermal comfort, microclimates and the diversity and adaptive response of invertebrates.
Identification and characterization of microRNAs essential for the development and fitness of chemoresistant acute myeloid leukemia
We are recruiting a joint PhD candidate to identify and characterize the microRNAs that drive and maintain chemoresistant AML.
Propose your own joint PhD
If these joint PhD opportunities don’t align with your interests, you may also propose your own research project. Please contact potential supervisors directly to discuss project ideas and funding options. Contact details for our research staff, their areas of expertise and supervision availability are available here.