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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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Staff Scientist (full-time or part-time)

University of British Columbia

Laboratory: Dr. Philipp Lange

Dr. Philipp Lange, Canada Research Chair in Translational Proteogenomics of Pediatric Malignancies and his team at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, Canada, seek an outstanding candidate with exceptional passion to advance precision oncology for children and the fundamental understanding of proteome modulation in childhood disorders.

Your role: You will oversee data analysis and reporting for multiple single case and cohort studies in the precision oncology BRAvE and PROFYLE initiatives and 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 mine the scientific literature to develop mechanistic models and hypotheses and prepare comprehensive data-rich reports. You will further have the opportunity to complement your data analysis work with wet-lab experimental work. Here you will use and advance mass spectrometry and divers biological model systems spanning from cultured cells to patient-derived chicken chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) and murine xenograft models to deconstruct signalling pathways and develop new treatment approaches. 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.

Review of applications will begin November 15, 2021.

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Post-Doctoral Fellow

University of British Columbia

Laboratory: Dr. Philipp Lange

Dr. Philipp Lange, Canada Research Chair in Translational Proteomics of Pediatric Malignancies and his team at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, Canada, seek an outstanding candidate with a recent PhD (<2years) and strong publication record with an exceptional passion to advance the fundamental understanding of proteome modulation in childhood cancer. This position is CIHR funded.

Your role: 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 primary pediatric cancer specimen and mode systems and 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.

Review of applications will begin November 15, 2021.

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