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MSc/PhD Student

University of Alberta

Laboratory: Dr. Andrei Drabovich

A graduate student position (MSc or PhD) is available at the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology at the University of Alberta. We are seeking a motivated candidate with strong background in analytical chemistry, biochemistry or molecular biology and interests in biomedical research. The successful candidate will join our research program in clinical proteomics, prostate cancer, and biomarker discovery.

 

Post-Doctoral Fellow

University of Alberta

Laboratory: Dr. Andrei Drabovich

We are looking for a Postdoctoral Fellow with strong background in proteomics, mass spectrometry, bioanalytical chemistry or molecular biology, and interests in cancer proteomics. The successful candidate will join our research program in clinical proteomics at the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology. The project will include development of novel mass spectrometry assays to advance prostate cancer biomarker discovery, serological diagnostics, and antibody sequencing.
The position is available immediately and will remain open until filled.

 

Research Associate

University of British Columbia

Laboratory: Dr. Philipp Lange

You will lead data analysis and reporting for multiple single case and cohort studies in the precision oncology BRAvE and PROFYLE initiatives as well as collaboration projects. In this role, you will perform statistically robust analysis and integration of molecular (proteomics, genomic, metabolomic) and phenotypic (clinical, immunophenotype, drug perturbation, …) data. You will represent the laboratory in national and international initiatives, lead collaborative projects, train graduate and undergraduate students, introduce new methodologies to the lab and make major contributions to grant proposals and manuscripts.

The position will remain open until filled and commence as soon as possible.

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Post-Doctoral Fellow

University of British Columbia

Laboratory: Dr. Philipp Lange

You will lead a project on the development of mass spectrometry based diagnostic assays for cell surface immunotherapy targets in childhood cancer. Under mentorship of Drs Poul Sorensen, Philipp Lange and Gregg Morin you will refine automated (cell surface) proteome extraction from clinical biopsies and develop PRM and MRM based mass spectrometry approaches for pre-clinical application and clinical translation.

The position will remain open until filled and commence as soon as possible.

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Post-Doctoral Fellow

University of British Columbia

Laboratory: Dr. Philipp Lange

You will lead a project on the characterization of histone modifications in disease. You will use and refine new mass spectrometry approaches to quantify histone modifications in model systems and patient biopsies. You will use and advance cell biological and biochemical approaches to develop new modes to target and monitor malignant cells. You will also have the opportunity to supervise graduate and undergraduate students, gain leadership experience in collaborative projects and contribute to grant applications and outreach activities.

The position will remain open until filled and commence as soon as possible.

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Post-Doctoral Fellow

University of British Columbia

Laboratory: Dr. Philipp Lange

You will lead a project on the characterization and targeting of a new class of highly specific surface epitopes in childhood cancer. You will use new mass spectrometry approaches developed in our group to study the cell surface in model systems and pediatric patient biopsies. You will use and advance cell biological and biochemical approaches to develop new modes to target and monitor malignant cells. You will also have the opportunity to supervise graduate and undergraduate students, gain leadership experience in collaborative projects and contribute to grant applications.

The position will remain open until filled and commence as soon as possible.

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Research Technician

University of Guelph

Laboratory: Dr. Jennifer Geddes-McAlister

The laboratory of Dr. Jennifer Geddes-McAlister at the University of Guelph is recruiting a technician to assist with two research projects focused on overcoming fungal disease and reversing antifungal resistance. These projects involve working closely with graduate and undergraduate students in the lab. A keen interest in microbiology, immunology, host-pathogen interactions, and mass spectrometry-based proteomics is needed, along with strong technical, organizational, and communication skills. The position is approx. 20 hours/week and available immediately; it is within Grant & Trust Funded Administrative & Technical (GTAT) Staff Salary Band B.

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Ph.D. Student

University of Guelph

Laboratory: Dr. Jennifer Geddes-McAlister

The laboratory of Dr. Jennifer Geddes-McAlister at the University of Guelph in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology is recruiting a PhD Student to join an ongoing project entitled: Mycotoxin degradation of Fusarium head blight in wheat. This work is supported by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Grain Farmers of Ontario, and SeCan. The incoming student will join the dynamic and collaborative research program of Dr. Geddes-McAlister, which is dedicated to overcoming fungal disease using a One Health approach.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with an anticipated start date of September 2022 or January 2023.

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Research Associate

University of British Columbia

Laboratory: Dr. Thibault Mayor and Dr. Leonard Foster

We are looking for a motivated Research Associate with expertise in proteomics to join the laboratories of Drs. Thibault Mayor and Leonard Foster. The role of the successful candidate will be to develop and apply new protein mass spectrometry methodology to be integrated in the research programs of the two affiliated labs. The research programs focus on protein homeostasis, host-pathogen interaction, and systems biology. The candidate will join a small and dynamic team at the UBC Proteomics Core Facility in Michael Smith Laboratories and will be affiliated to both multidisciplinary research teams.

Review of applications will begin December 10, 2021.

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Post-Doctoral Fellow

University of British Columbia

Laboratory: Dr. Thibault Mayor and Dr. Leonard Foster

We are looking for a motivated Postdoctoral Fellow in proteomics to join the laboratories of Drs. Thibault Mayor and Leonard Foster. The project of the successful candidate will be to develop and apply new protein mass spectrometry methodology to be integrated in the research programs of the two affiliated labs. The research programs focus on protein homeostasis, host-pathogen interaction, and systems biology. 

Review of applications will begin December 10, 2021, or until the position is filled .

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