Here you will find resources and opportunities for students and trainees at BRI.
Should you have any information that you wish to share with the trainee community, please contact us.
Mental Health Information for Graduate Students can be found here
The Ontario Health Promotion E-Bulletin is a weekly e-mail with conferences, job postings, and articles
Elsevier Postdoctoral Access Program allows extended access to scholarly publications for recent doctoral graduates who may not have a position yet
GRAD Talks through U of T's School of Graduate Studies are a series of learning sessions to help graduate students build skills and gain balance
From PhD to Life, Advice from a Life Coach
The Professor is In, Advice from a former academic on how to (and not to) be an academic
PhD Comics, It's basically you in cartoon form
Survival Guide, A few helpful tips
Scholarships & Fellowships
General Scholarship Pages:
ULIFE - U of T scholarships listing
NIH Postdoctoral Opportunities
UBC Postdoctoral Opportunities
MITACS Graduate and Postdoctoral Funding
MITACS Postdoctoral Opportunity
DOD - CDMRP Funding Opportunities
Canada Graduate Scholarship – Doctoral Program
Canada Graduate Scholarship – Master’s Program
Community and Continuing Education Resources
Below are a number of resources for different disciplinary communities and ongoing education opportunities. Join the listservs, check out the websites, and stay connected!
Community Program in Neuroscience (CPIN) offers talks, gatherings, and information on neuroscience in the Toronto community. You can also join their newsletter here
Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research (CQ) offers information, workshops, lectures and information on critical qualitative health research in the Toronto community and beyond. You can also join their newsletter here
REPAR is the Quebec Rehabilitation Rehab Network, and they offer national and international updates on current rehabilitation topics. You can join their newsletter here
Dr. Albin T. Jousse Lecture Series, which aims to provide a venue for scientists, physicians, and clinicians working in rehabilitation settings, as well as students, consumers, and caregivers to share knowledge, present the latest research, and participate in dialogue on what it means to live with disability.
Upcoming Workshops and Conferences
November 15th, 2021
Research and Thesis Tips
Bloorview's research ethics page is full of information on the writing, submission, and timelines for ethics submissions.
10000 Coffees: a networking website to connect new professionals to experienced ones
Searching the Literature: Guide and Tips
Submitting an article to a scholarly journal (Elsevier Resource)
Other Institution Resources for Trainees
University of Toronto's GradLife site