Office of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs


We are committed to providing an inclusive environment where all feel welcomed, respected and safe. As members of the McGill Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, this is at the heart of who we are and what we do.

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Operating through the Associate Dean of Biomedical BSc, Graduate and Postdoc Affairs, the mandate of The Office of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs is to provide research-related processes and guidance to the students and postdocs within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences' schools, departments, centres and units.
 

Our Programs: Preparing students to excel through innovation and discovery
Funding Opportunities: Providing scholarship support for biomedical and health professional trainees
Health and Wellness: Supporting our graduate trainees and postdoctoral fellows

Celebrating a few of our 2021 winners of Canada’s most prestigious awards for doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows:

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Vanier Scholar

Lashanda Skerritt, Family Medicine

"Assessing the Reproductive Healthcare Needs and Priorities of Women Living with HIV in Canada"  Read more

Vanier Scholar Lashanda Skerritt

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Banting Fellow

Mohamed Eldeeb, Neurology and Neurosurgery

"Structure of human PINK1-TOM complex by single-particle cryo-EM"  Read more

Banting Fellow Mohamed Eldeeb

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Vanier Scholar

Stephanie Mouchbahani Constance, Physiology

"Identification of the algogenic toxin in lionfish venom and its mechanism of action"  Read more

Vanier Scholar Stephanie Mouchbahani Constance

McCall MacBain Scholarship - Master’s and Professional Programs

A full graduate scholarship and community to help you make a difference in the world.

 

Four McCall MacBain Scholars join the Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

Yasmine Elmi (MSc, Family Medicine); Sidney Leggett (MSc, Epidemiology & Biostatistics), and Hannah Beddow (MSc(A), Communication Science & Disorders) begin their graduate journeys with full scholarships.

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