Bloorview Research Institute - Train with Us
The Bloorview Research Institute is committed to increasing research capacity and training the next generation of rehabilitation researchers.
Student Scholarship/Volunteer Information
Student scholarships are available to support and encourage young researchers in the field of childhood disability. Volunteer applications are also available.
- Volunteer with the Bloorview Research Institute
- Graduate Student Scholarship Awards
- The Ward Family Summer Student Research Program
For information on student opportunities, please visit individual Scientist pages and expand the 'Research' tab. Many opportunities are listed under the Work with Us page on Lab pages.
Summer Student Opportunity for Undergraduate Students with Disabilities
A summer work placement opportunity is available for undergraduate students with a disability. The unique mentorship experience will expose young people with a disability to the field of research and pediatric rehabilitation. Successful applicants will work with a mentor on a research project, attend Lunch ‘n’ Learns, and participate in the annual Ward Summer Student Research Day where they will have an opportunity to present their findings. Click here to learn more and apply!
Post Doctoral Opportunities
If you are interested in a post-doctoral opportunity at BRI, please contact individual scientists directly.
Bloorview Research Institute Privacy Statement
Bloorview Research Institute and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital respect your privacy. The information on this form is collected by Bloorview Research Institute and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, and is protected by Ontario’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Read the full Bloorview Research Institute Privacy Statement.
Statement of Equity and Diversity
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital is a fully affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto, and a proud winner of numerous workplace awards. We are committed to fostering a climate of equity and diversity that welcomes and respects the diversity of our clients, families, staff, trainees, students, volunteers, trustees and partners. As part of our commitment to fair and equitable recruitment and selection practices, we encourage applications from racialized persons, women, Indigenous/ Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas within our community.