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Ongoing recruitment for promising graduate stuents, post-doctoral, Ph.D. and staff candidates interested in collaborative research projects related to our lipidomic discovery, target, diagnostics, and therapeutics foci. Opportunities are also available to focus exclusively on our pharmaceutical contract research organization projects. Preferred candidates will have a biochemistry, neuroscience, analytical chemistry, bioanalytical chemistry, computer science, or bioinformatics background with demonstrated experience in lipidomics and/or metabolomics in brain and/or computational biology, bioinformatics, and machine learning.

Staff


Research Staff
All staff positions are currently filled.

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Senior and Intermediate Researchers


Post-doctoral fellows
We are actively recruiting post-doctoral researchers and research associates interested in collaborative research projects related to our lipidomic discovery, diagnostics, and therapeutics foci. We are seeking both wet-bench and dry-bench colleagues interested in exploring use of lipidomic and model system approaches to combat neurodegenerative disease. Positions are also available for bioinformatic and computer science graduates to develop and expand our data analysis pipelines. These research positions will also include a variety of responsibilities related to the operation of the India Taylor Lipidomic Research Platform. Candidates with bioanalytical chemistry and/or bioinformatic/computer science experience in developing applications for lipid and/or metabolomic analysis using LC-ESI-MS/MS will be preferred. These positions will involve direct interaction with collaborators, including clinicians from the Ottawa Hospital and other institutions. Researchers will be involved in grant and manuscript writing. Demonstrated LC-ESI-MS experience and/or bioinformatic expertise is essential and required.

Please send by email to Dr. Steffany Bennett sbennet@uottawa.ca
    • Your CV
    • A statement of your research interests and long-term career goals
    • Please identify one of our team's publications that you could see yourself expanding on as part of your research direction in NRL
    • Names and email addresses of two references
Graduate students
Ongoing recruitment for graduate students interested in participating in our lipidomic diagnostic and therapeutic research foci. Preference is given to Ph.D. candidates or M.Sc. applicants seeking to fast-track to the Ph.D program. Our laboratory accepts students interested in obtaining the degrees in the Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Chemistry, Human Molecular Genetics and Neuroscience graduate programs. Please identify one of our team's publications that you could see yourself expanding on as part of your research direction in NRL.

Please send by email to Dr. Steffany Bennett sbennet@uottawa.ca
    • CV
    • A statement of your research interests and long-term career goals
    • Please identify one of our team's publications that you could see yourself expanding on as part of your research direction in NRL
    • Names and email addresses of two references
    • Scanned copies of your graduate and undergraduate transcripts. Note a minimum average of A- is required.

Junior Researchers - undergraduate students

Undergraduate students
NRL sponsors undergraduate students each academic year for summer research or summer research leading to an honours research program. Candidates with competitive CVs will be sponsored for NSERC USRA summer scholarships. Our junior trainees work on one aspect of a project performed by one of our graduate and PDF researchers. To apply for these summer awards or to do Honours thesis research in NRL, Read through the research summaries and bios of our staff, graduate, and PDF researchers. Contact Dr. Steffany Bennett sbennet@uottawa.ca indicating the name of our staff, graduate, or PDF researchers you wish to work with. Send by email
    • Your CV
    • A statement of your research interests and long-term career goals
    • Please identify one of our team's publications that you could see yourself expanding on as part of your research direction in NRL
    • Names and email addresses of two references
    • Scanned copies of your undergraduate transcripts. Note a minimum average of A- is required.