Postdoctoral Fellows (PDFs) are important and valued members of Carleton’s research community. To find PDF opportunities on campus, we suggest you search the Carleton website for faculty members who share your research interests and then contact them directly to express your interest in becoming a PDF. Postdoctoral Fellow positions are not centrally posted.
All PDFs are administered through the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs and must be registered with this office. If you have any questions, please contact Crystal French, Program Coordinator.
For information on how to appoint a PDF, please see the PDF Handbook.
The Postdoctoral Fellow Policy can be found here: PDF Policy
Appointing a PDF is now a quick and easy process. Please see below for the fast and simple forms.
Carleton University Postdoctoral Association (CUPA)
The PDFs at Carleton form the Carleton University Postdoctoral Association. Please visit the CUPA website for more information.
Please note that the CUPA site is not managed by Carleton University. Carleton bears no responsibility for any of the material posted on the CUPA website.
Co-op and Career Services has created a new system for Postdoctoral Fellows to access myCareer in Carleton Central. McCareer is a one-stop shop for all kinds of career information from training opportunities to resources and jobs. To access the system, you need to submit this form https://www.carleton.ca/cc/special-registration-form/ in order to create your account. Your personal ... more
Each spring graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, faculty, staff and guest speakers gather for the Annual Ottawa-Carleton Institute of Biology (OCIB) Symposium. The OCIB is an institutional collaboration of the Biology Departments at Carleton University and the University of Ottawa. Members have significant expertise in fish physiology, botany, entomology, computational biology, and toxicology. The OCIB facilitates ... more
Nduka Otiono, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of African Studies, at Carleton University was interviewed by CTV on Friday, March 22, 2013 about he acclaimed Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe. You can listen to the interview by going to the CTV website.
The selection process for the Post-Doctoral Program at Statistics Canada is open now extended until March 22, 2013. This one-year term, in Ottawa, offers postdoctoral researchers an opportunity to conduct policy-relevant research in spatial epidemiology, micro-simulation, Aboriginal health, demography, or economics within an environment that is rich with mentoring and training opportunities. For details, please visit ... more
Note: Since the following story was published, Drs. Geiger and Otiono have also been featured in a Nov. 28th issue of Research Works. Dr. Martin Geiger and Dr. Nduka Otiono are recipients of the prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships. They will both be at Carleton until the summer of 2014. Martin Geiger is working with Dr. ... more