Currently, we are looking to hire a motivated PhD Student to join our team. In our research section, there are three project available which can be selected for the PhD thesis.
The research will be conducted at the University of Sherbrooke faculty of Medicine in Centre de Recherché Clinique (CRC). CRC provides a vibrant academic atmosphere with interactions with experts in the field of neuroscience, inflammation, and immunity. The facility at CRC provides all the necessary equipment including a state of the art microscopy and flow cytometry core facility.
As part of our team you will be exposed to scientific paper writing, power point presentations, grant application writing, regular conference visits with poster presentations, and, of course, laboratory experimentation.
If you are detail oriented, organized, and would like a challenging and rewarding experience as PhD student, we want to hear from you. We are looking for a Master's level scientist with experience in techniques in cellular and molecular biology.
We are looking to hire a motivated Master's Student to pursue a research project studying the role of NLRs in multiple sclerosis. Once in our laboratory, you will be a part of a dynamic team working together to uncover the role of Nlrp3 in multiple sclerosis. You will be exposed to scientific paper writing, hands on lab work, power point presentations, grant application writing, and conference visits. We are looking for serious students who will dedicate their time and energy to take their career and the scientific research a step further. If you believe you are ready for the challenge, we want to her from you.
We are always looking to train enthusiastic volunteers who want to acquire experience in laboratory setting. We will provide a wide variety of challenging tasks and help our volunteers successfully master them. Our volunteers will be rewarded for their work by being recognized as authors on published works to which they contribute. Please contact us if you are interested in a volunteer position.