Positions and Opportunities

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Opportunity for Post-Doctoral Fellowship

The McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy is offering a postdoctoral fellowship for the 2019 calendar year (Jan. 1, 2019-Dec 31 2019). The holder of this fellowship will play a key role in IHSP’s Laboratory of Urban Culture. The LUC is both a physical space and a series of programs operating out of the Salon 1861 in Montreal’s vibrant Little Burgundy neighborhood.

The fellow will form part of the Salon management team, and work to help us further develop LUC’s community ties, existing programing, and new programing. The fellow will also research the Salon ecosystem, with a focus on developing appropriate and testable success indicators for the sort of programming undertaken. In addition, the research will concern the ways in which cultural programming can contribute to community health. The fellow is also encouraged to conduct independent research on a related topic of their interest and will have dedicated time to undertake this research.

The fellow must be fluently bilingual (activities at the Salon are conducted primarily in French), and able to interact effectively with other community agents and players.

For more details and to apply, please refer to the call for applications


Internship and Fellowship Opportunities

The IHSP is accepting applications for all student programs. Over 30 awards available. See "Student Programs" for more details.

Student Opportunities

Several IHSP faculty members offer student assistantships and work opportunities through their research programmes.  For additional information, it is best to contact the professor directly.  Please note that this list of student assistanceships is not exhaustive, and more up-to-date information may be available through individual faculty websites listed on the IHSP faculty page.

Baumgartner Research Group at McGill University

(1) Professor Baumgartner is looking for independent, creative and motivated Masters and PhD students to work on several exciting research projects on environment and global health. She is open to advising students with various backgrounds who have an interest in environmental health, exposure science and/or epidemiology. Some positions will involve hands-on environmental measurements and some international field work.  Please visit the Baumgartner Research Group’s webpage for more information.