University of Toronto Positions - Sunshine List 2019

Total result: 23

SALARY NAME Position
$297,337.51 paid in 2018 Howard Lipshitz Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$272,426.27 paid in 2018 Lewis Kay Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$221,473.50 paid in 2018 Richard Collins Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$219,004.98 paid in 2018 Peter John Roy Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$218,519.46 paid in 2018 Alan Richard Davidson Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$206,709.00 paid in 2018 Scott Gray-Owen Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$204,712.50 paid in 2018 Derek Van Der Kooy Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$196,555.32 paid in 2018 Lori Frappier Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$190,659.48 paid in 2018 Barbara Funnell Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$188,043.46 paid in 2018 Alan Cochrane Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$187,429.98 paid in 2018 James Rini Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$183,400.50 paid in 2018 Martha Brown Associate Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$182,596.98 paid in 2018 William Navarre Associate Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$179,146.50 paid in 2018 Sadhna Joshi-Sukhwal Associate Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$175,873.50 paid in 2018 Andrew Spence Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$174,835.50 paid in 2018 Andrew Rhys Wilde Associate Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$174,551.52 paid in 2018 Jun Liu Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$174,060.90 paid in 2018 Julie Claycomb Associate Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$166,958.52 paid in 2018 Marc Meneghini Associate Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
$153,961.05 paid in 2018 Brigitte Lavoie Associate Professor, Molecular Genetics
University of Toronto
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The Sunshine List

The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, makes Ontario's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to make public, by March 31 each year, the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

In Ontario the Sunshine List was first published in 1996, by the Progressive Conservative government of Mike Harris. Just 4,576 names appeared on the first list.

Data

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