Join us!  We have openings for new trainees in our group.   I encourage applicants from diverse undergraduate backgrounds (eg. physics, engineering, computer science, mathematics) with an interest in applying their problem solving skills to clinical problems.

Prospective Graduate Students

Graduate trainees will be enrolled into the Biomedical Physics (MSc or PhD) graduate program.  The minimum GPA or equivalent of 3.00/4.33 (B) overall for MSc and a minimum GPA or equivalent of 3.67/4.33 (A-) for PhD are required.  Please review the admission requirements to Ryerson:

The Biomedical Physics graduate program offers a number of scholarships and awards to trainees, including the Ryerson Graduate FellowshipRyerson Graduate Development Award, and Teaching assistantship positions are also available as additional support.  Graduate students in Dr. Kirby’s laboratory will also apply for external funding from NSERC and CIHR, as well as the Ontario Graduate Scholarship

Prospective students should email their CV and unofficial academic transcript to Dr. Kirby at

Prospective Undergraduate Students

We welcome undergraduate students in our group.  Please contact Dr. Kirby at to discuss research projects and opportunities. Undergraduate students that are interested in summer research positions should contact Dr. Kirby to apply for an NSERC USRA.


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