RECRUITING: Volunteer Research Assistants

The MacDonald Lab at the University of Toronto St. George is looking for 3 dedicated Research Assistants to work on a music and attachment style coding study. Students interested in this position should: – have a cGPA of at least 3.5 – be available to volunteer at least 8 hours a week and into the 2016-2017 school term – be able to work independently and attentive to detail – be reliable and conscientious – previous lab experience an asset but not required If you’re interested in applying, please email your CV and unofficial transcripts to Megan Rossi at

JOB POSTING: Assistant Coordinating Clinic Manager

Assistant Coordinating Clinic Manager S.T.A.R.T. Clinic for Mood and Anxiety Disorders – Toronto, ON Full-time The S.T.A.R.T. Clinic for Mood and Anxiety Disorders is a growing multidisciplinary clinic with practitioners providing a wide range of community based health care services including: diagnostic assessment, medication based treatment, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioural treatment and mindfulness based treatment. We are seeking a full-time Assistant Coordinating Manager to join our team who will provide support to the Clinic Manager, staff and patients. The Assistant Coordinating Manager will collaborate with the Clinic Manager to manage the delivery of clinical services and outpatient care, facilitate the flow […]

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Advocacy Mentoring Initiative

Dr. Mitesh Patel is seeking¬†two highly motivated students to volunteer with a systematic review related to child and adolescent development and psychiatry. Dr. Mitesh Patel is a¬†Forensic Youth Psychiatrist at CAMH and the University of Toronto and is the lead of the Advocacy Mentoring Initiative. Our team is seeking volunteers to assist with a systematic review regarding advocacy training and mentoring in medical education. Please contact Aaron Prosser ( for further information if you are interested in volunteering with us. An article describing aspects of the mentoring initiative have been published in the Toronto Star: There is an opportunity […]