About SCARP Postdoctoral Fellows
Postdoctoral Fellows (sometimes called post-docs) are those who, after completing a doctoral degree, seek further training in a particular area of research.
As valued members of the SCARP community, post-docs make an indispensable contribution to the research environment of the School, the University, and their chosen field.
Post-docs work under the general supervision of a faculty member and may assist with the supervision of graduate students.
Becoming a post-doc starts with a faculty supervisor. If you don’t already have a working relationship with a member of SCARP’s faculty, you can search our faculty directory, filtering by research interests that align with your own research vision.
You can contact faculty members directly to apply or discuss the prospect of taking you on.