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The Department of Statistics (www.stat.ubc.ca) and the Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics (www.cmmt.ubc.ca) at the University of British Columbia (www.ubc.ca) seeks applications for a Research Associate in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology.
This position’s primary purpose will be to lead research projects and funding initiatives at the Canadian Pharmacogenomcs Network for Drug Safety Consortium (CPNDS), with the goal of identifying adverse drug reactions (ADRs), performing pharmacogenomics studies to uncover the inherited genetic predispositions and implementing these in a cost effective ADR prevention program. The position will contribute to the supervision of technicians and will assist mentoring graduate students and post-doctoral fellows. This is a full-time grant funded position with the University of British Columbia, Centre for Molecular Medicine & Therapeutics.
This position’s primary purpose in the lab will be to lead therapeutics development for Huntington disease, including generation and characterization of novel disease models, therapies, and biomarkers. The position will instruct and supervise technicians and mentor graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
This position’s primary purpose in the lab will be to lead biochemical and cell biological experiments related to posttranslational modifications and their impact on the function and dysfunction of the Huntingtin protein in Huntington disease models.
This position’s primary purpose in the lab will be to lead biochemical and cell biological experiments related to posttranslational modifications and their impact on the function and dysfunction of the Huntingtin protein in Huntington disease models.
Exciting leadership opportunity to lead epigenetic and genetic experiments using Illumina array and sequencing platforms, and the Sequenom mass array platform
Computational biology post-doctoral positions are available at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada). This position in the laboratory of Dr. Wyeth Wasserman, focus on the analysis and interpretation of genetic alterations in the human genome sequence. This position is coupled to recently funded projects, providing the right candidate with a strong and stable opportunity to work in a highly collaborative environment.

For more information, please contact Evelyn Lomba.