We Need Brain Power

Ever want to be a pioneer? The team at the Ontario Brain Institute is driven by this desire. We're passionate about the outcomes of our work, the people and organizations we partner with, and the opportunity to shape the future.  We are united in our common goal to become an internationally recognized centre of excellence in brain research, translation and innovation. Our culture is fast-paced, challenging and rewarding. Sound like the type of organization you would like to be a part of? Then have a look at our employment opportunities.

Career Opportunities With OBI

  • General internship applications are currently being collected. Send a resume and letter outlining your career interests to: eei@braininstitute.ca. Please put General Recruiting in the subject line. All qualified applicants will be considered for current and upcoming opportunities. We will contact you in the event that your profile matches an internship opportunity with one of our partners.

Please see our Training section for all Entrepreneurship, Management Fellow, and other Internship opportunities.

Career Opportunities with Partner Organizations

Research Programs Internship, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

The MS Society is looking for an intern to join the Research programs team, eligible candidates will have recently graduated from a neuroscience related MSc or PhD. The start date for this position is October 2014. Please submit  a resume and cover letter to eei@braininstitute.ca, posting closes Sept 1st , 2014.  See details here

Post Doctoral Fellowship, Music and Health Research Collaboratory, University of Toronto

The Music and Health Research Collaboratory (MaHRC) in the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto has an immediate opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow to work with research teams at the University Health Network and at Mount Sinai Hospital. The UHN study will explore music with patients with Major Depressive Disorder. The Mount Sinai, Wasser Pain Management Centre study will use sound stimulation with Fibromyalgia patients.  See more details here.