The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program allows highly motivated and competitive researchers to realize their full potential and develop their careers. They are designed to allow Canada to build world-class research capacity by recruiting top-tier postdoctoral trainees at an internationally competitive level of funding. They are prestigious and much sought-after.
Banting Postdoctoral Fellows: 2018-19
Kathryn Desplanque: Papermania: The Popular Printed Image and the Nineteenth-Century Consumer
Jacob Brownscombe: Integrating Spatial, Energetic, and Resource Ecology to Inform Fundamental Science and Conservation
Banting Postdoctoral Fellows: 2016-17
Logan Cochrane: When Knowledge Results in Action: Social Change and the Role of Research, Politics and Collective Action.
Banting Postdoctoral Fellows: 2012-13
Hillary Maddin: Brain-cranium interactions in the origin of tetrapod cranial diversity
Rena Bivens: Social Media for Social Change? A Critical Analysis of the Sociotechnical Relations between Social Media Software and Non-Profit Users Working to End Gender-Based Violence
Sophie Tamas: Going to pieces: Memory and mourning in digital scraps
Banting Postdoctoral Fellows: 2011-12
Martin Geiger: Smart new border world: Information technologies and security industries in the management of human cross-border mobility in North America and Europe
Nduka Otiono: Street stories in the postcolony: democracy and the politics of the everyday in Africa
Banting Postdoctoral Fellows: 2010-11
Eli MacLaren: The production of Canadian literature
Alex Wong: Pleiotropic effects of adaptive mutations