2350 Health Sciences Mall, Rm 2420 Life Sciences Institute, University of British Columbia Vancouver BC V6T 1Z3 Canada

Join Us

UBC undergraduates who are interested in studying the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying learning and behaviour may apply for summer research positions, as a 448 or 449 Directed Studies student, or through the UBC Workstudy Program.
Please contact shernaz.bamji@ubc.ca for more information
The Bamji lab accepts graduate students from any of the graduate programs at UBC, with most graduate students coming from the Neuroscience Graduate Program or Cell and Developmental Biology Graduate Program. Applicants are not required to have their own funding, but must be extremely motivated with a keen interest in neuroscience. All students will be encouraged to apply for external salary awards and thus must have a competitive CV (i.e. first class marks, appropriate research experience/publications).

Applications for graduate student positions should be emailed to shernaz.bamji@ubc.ca and should include a CV and a copy of your latest unofficial transcript.
The Bamji lab is continuously accepting postdoctoral applications. Applicants are not required to have their own funding, but must be extremely motivated with a keen interest in neuroscience. All PDFs will be encouraged to apply for external salary awards and thus must have a competitive CV (i.e. appropriate experience/publications).

Applications for postdoctoral positions should be emailed to shernaz.bamji@ubc.ca and should include a CV and the names of three references.

Learn more about living in Vancouver and on campus

Life in Vancouver
Life in Vancouver
Life on the UBC campus
Life on the UBC campus