While enrolled as graduate trainees, CIP participants will not be eligible to obtain clinical earnings. Funding for the research portion of the CIP is available from a wide variety of external and internal sources.
participants should discuss funding alternatives with their Program Director, Graduate Coordinator, and Research Supervisor. Participants should also contact their graduate unit about award opportunities and the deadlines for these awards. Most graduate unit websites will provide information on awards such as the eligibility requirements and application deadlines.
Like all other graduate trainees, CIP trainees must pay tuition fees to the School of Graduate Studies. For a fees schedule, contact your graduate unit, the School of Graduate Studies or visit the following website: http://www.fees.utoronto.ca/
Postgraduate Medical Education Registration Fee: CIP trainees must pay the annual PGME registration fee.
Useful websites for finding funding resources:
Faculty of Medicine Research Office (FMRO)
Community of Science, Inc. (COS) – sign up to get specific funding alerts
Research and Innovation, Research Funding Opportunities (searchable database)
Departmental Funding Sources:
Department of Medicine, “Clinician-Scientist Training Program”
Department of Medicine, University of Toronto
C. David Naylor Building
6 Queen's Park Crescent West, Room 321
Toronto, ON, M5S 3H2
Phone: (416) 978-4884
Department of Surgery, “Surgeon Scientist Program”
Val Cabral, Research Program Manager
Department of Surgery Research Office, Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning
686 Bay St., 16th Floor, Room 9-702
Phone: (416) 813-2178 Fax: 416-813-5252
Department of Psychiatry, “Clinician Scientist Program”
Benjamin Goldstein, Director of the Clinician Scientist Program, Department of Psychiatry, 250 College Street, 8th Floor
Toronto, Ontario M5T 1R8
Phone: (416) 979-6948
Candidates should discuss funding opportunities for research training with their Program Director and Supervisor.