Applications are invited from a highly motivated, creative, and well-organized individual to join a multidisciplinary research training laboratory as a Post-doctoral Fellow at the University of Regina, Research and Innovation Centre to study the molecular mechanisms of the interaction networks involved in neurological and other metabolic diseases.
The ideal candidate should have a PhD degree with proven background in human genetics, systems biology, biomedical science, biochemistry, molecular biology, and/or mammalian cell biology. We are particularly interested in candidate with sufficient working experience in the biochemical and functional characterization to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms of membrane or mitochondrial related protein complexes underlying the neurological diseases. Proficiency in molecular and cell biology and, prior experience in mitochondria or membrane is highly desirable.
The individual will have: a strong publication record, good verbal and written skills, and the ability to conduct independent research and work efficiently in a dynamic research team environment.
Interested applicants should send a single PDF file containing a covering letter describing your research experience, interests, and goals, a CV, and the contact information of three references.