Supervision & Research Guidelines

Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

  • Sample Interview Questions for students to ask their potential PI/labmates
  • Secret Guide for incoming graduate students - a student's perspective on how to navigate the graduate program
  • Principles for Transparency Agreement for Thesis-based MSc and PhD Graduate Students and Supervisors
  • Pharmacology Co-Supervision Policy
    Co-supervisors of an M.Sc. or Ph.D. thesis must hold a graduate faculty appointment. If the graduate appointment is from a department other than Pharmacology, the appointment of the Co-supervisor must be approved in writing by the Graduate Coordinator or Department Chair. Individuals who do not hold a graduate appointment but who have the expertise to contribute to directing a students' thesis research may be appointed to the supervisory committee for a particular student but cannot be designated as a co-supervisor.

Graduate Studies General Regulations 

Faculty of Medicine Research Policies

University-wide Policies on Research