Office of Post-Doctoral Training

Office of POST-DOCTORAL TRAINING

OFFICE OF

Post-Doctoral Training

School of Graduate Studies

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Who is a Post-Doctoral Fellow?

Post-doctoral Fellows are researchers who are designated as such by external funding agencies or those who are normally within five years of completion of their doctoral degree.

Post-doctoral Fellows may receive funding from grants or contracts held by faculty at Queen's or from departmental resources. They may also secure personal funding from external sources, including competitive fellowship programs.

Learn more about internal funding sources and external funding sources and find out which questions to ask before accepting a post-doctoral position.

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