IRIC actively participates in training the next generation of scientists by offering multidisciplinary training focusing on research, personalized supervision and privileged access to cutting-edge equipment.
Since 2003, over 1,000 Master’s and Ph.D. students, postdoctoral fellows and research interns have joined the ranks of the Institute’s teams to pursue their academic path and take part in understanding the mechanisms of cancer.
A collaborative process
To choose IRIC is to choose an innovative research model that stands out through a multidisciplinary and collegial approach in order to have great impact on understanding and treating cancer. It’s also to gain access to an extended network of Canadian and foreign collaborators and to state-of-the-art research infrastructures likely to meet even the highest scientific ambitions.
IRIC offers excellence in Master’s and Ph.D. training in systems biology. We also host Master’s and Ph.D. students from other programs offered at the Université de Montréal.
Master’s and Ph.D. in Systems Biology
In the age of genomics and proteomics, emerging technologies and new multidisciplinary approaches make it possible to address cancer as a whole and provide new hope for developing treatments for the disease.
IRIC professors have developed Master’s and Ph.D. training in systems biology. These two sets of training, which are part of the Molecular Biology Program of the Université de Montréal, focus on close integration between theory and practice.
Submitting your application
Investigators are constantly on the lookout for fellows and students who are passionate about scientific research and who wish to actively take part in the advancement of knowledge. Please note that recruitment at IRIC takes place throughout the year. Therefore, there is no deadline for submitting your application.
Are you a B.Sc., M.Sc. or Ph.D. level student?
IRIC welcomes you as part of in-laboratory research internships.
Since 2004, more than 400 students from over 30 universities around the world have completed an internship at the Institute.
Master’s and Ph.D.
Do you wish to join a competitive program in biomedical research?
The Master’s and Ph.D. programs, which are part of the Molecular Biology Program of the Université de Montréal, focus on close integration between theory and practice.
Do you wish to pursue your professional path by completing postdoctoral training?
Since 2004, the Institute has played host to more than 150 fellows from over twenty countries.