The Department of Immunology encourages undergraduate students possibly interested in graduate studies in life sciences to participate in our summer research opportunity.  Please visit the website above for more information.

Research Project
IMM385Y1 - Special Research Project in Immunology

This course provides an opportunity for students to conduct a research project under the supervision of a member of the Faculty. Students are expected to devote a minimum of seven hours per week to the course from the week the fall term lectures begin to the last week of the spring term. Research projects will involve experimental design and work, data analyses, literature reading etc.

This course requires a minimum of 7 hours per week of supervised work in the laboratory. The final grade will be based on the supervisor's assessment (70% mid-term and final evaluation), a 10 minute presentation (10%) and a written report of your work (20%).

IMM450Y1 Research Project in Immunology
An opportunity for specialized research in Immunology under the supervision of a member of the Faculty. There are no pre- or corequisites, although preference is given to Immunology Specialist and Major students.
Distribution Requirement Status: Science
Breadth Requirement: Living Things and Their Environment (4)

Immunology Summer Research Program
Undergraduate students who are interested in the possibility of graduate studies in the Life Sciences are invited to apply for positions in the Summer Student Program in Immunology.

The program is organized to give selected students the opportunity of doing experimental work in various laboratories within the Department of Immunology.  The program runs for approximately three calendar months (May through July), and includes a stipend.  Successful candidates typically have a B+ average or higher.

University of Toronto Excellence Award (UTEA)
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)
(Please check with your department for more information if available)

Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)
The department awards these to students applying for summer research programs.  There is no specific application form.  Please contact the department for more information.

GLSE Undergraduate Summer Research Project Studentship
This studentship is open to 3rd and 4th year students in Life Sciences with an interest in pursuing graduate training.
(Please contact the Undergraduate Coordinator in mid-January).

Research Opportunity Program (ROP)
IMM299Y1 Research Opportunity Program
Credit course for supervised participation in faculty research project.
Details at ROP
Distribution Requirement Status: Science
Breadth Requirement: None

Medical Sciences Building
1 King’s College Circle
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 1A8
Room: 7205

Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Kate Sedore
Room:  MSB 7205

Associate Chair, Undergraduate
Thierry Mallevaey
Room: MSB 7205