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Postdoctoral Fellows are valued members of the university community.
As a postdoctoral fellow, you will be able to broaden your research expertise, build associations with established researchers and strengthen your publication record, thereby enhancing your future employment opportunities. You have the opportunity to make significant contributions to your chosen field, the University, faculty researchers, and graduate students.
What makes a Postdoctoral Fellow?
You will have completed a doctoral degree, normally within the previous five years, and you are planning to undertake additional advanced research at Simon Fraser University. You will be working in association with one or more SFU faculty members for a limited period of time, usually one to three years.
Featured Postdoctoral Fellow
Dr. Jones' research will study the influence of external interventions on microbiome composition.
Dr. Letham examines shoreline changes in the Northwest Coast of North America.
Dr. Wilson studies the social-ecological diversity and resilience in Canadian fisheries.
Bulmaro specializes in the use of robotic devices and augmented real-time feedback to aid in the rehabilitation and assistance of people with disabilities.
Priyanka is working to identify and characterize new candidate proteins by integrating structural bioinformatics, biochemical and reverse proteomic approach.
Friederike is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Geography, Faculty of Environment.