Contribute to the research of the Kildea lab
The Kildea Lab welcomes expressions of interest from students and professionals interested in joining our dynamic and diverse research team.
We offer undergraduate student research projects via the MDPH 396 Medical Physics Research Project course at McGill University as well as the PHYS 449 Majors Research Project course in Physics. These courses are offered during all semesters.
We offer clinically-oriented research projects or quality improvement projects via the ONCO 630 Oncology Practicum course that John Kildea coordinates in the Winter Semester.
Normally, John Kildea supervises year-2 Medical Physics MSc students from McGill’s CAMPEP-accredited MSc program. Students coming from outside of this program are unlikely to be accepted except in rare circumstances where there is an excellent project-student match.
Strong MSc students with experience in medical physics, radiation biology, software engineering or health informatics who are interested in working on any of our NICE, ROKS or Opal research projects are encouraged to send us their CVs, (unofficial) transcripts and statements of interest for consideration via our application form.
It is not often that we have the funding to support postdocs. However, if you feel you have a strong match to our research, please let us know and we may explore funding options together.
For software developer and other positions in the Opal Health Informatics Group, please check the OHIG webpage for openings.
Please use our application form to express your interest in joining the lab.
John Kildea apologizes that due to the high volume of inquiries, he is not able to personally reply to all applications for opportunities in the lab.
In the Kildea lab we are committed to the principles of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Please see our Values page for more details. Some of the questions on our application form help us to keep track of the type of applications we receive and allow us to apply the principles of EDI in our selection process. Please help us uphold this commitment by answering all questions.