Available Positions

University of Calgary - Lab of Dr. V. Wee Yong

Post-doctoral Fellow

The laboratory of Dr. Wee Yong (http://www.vweeyong.com) at the University of Calgary is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral fellow in neuroimmunology.  The successful candidate will select from several projects on the roles and mechanisms of neuroinflammation in mediating injury or recovery in multiple sclerosis (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=yong+vw and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=wee+yong+v). 

Calgary is a cosmopolitan city in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies; it offers a world-class neuroscience program and superb indoor/outdoor activities.

Please send your resume to vyong@ucalgary.ca.

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University of British Columbia - Lab of Jacqueline Quandt

Research Asst/Tech 3

The applicant is being recruited to aid in the management of and conduct research in a neuroinflammation-based research laboratory. Research focuses on the role of inflammation in disease and repair of the nervous system, including both in vitro systems and animal models of disease. Specifically, the applicant will be studying the functional relevance of immune cells, factors, and neuroprotective proteins in cells and culture as well as in animal models of disease. This will involve helping to oversee as well as conduct a variety of biomedical research-related protocols and techniques.

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University of British Columbia - Lab of Jacqueline Quandt

Post-doctoral fellow or graduate student

With support from funding agencies as well as privately funded initiatives, the Neuroinflammation Research Lab is growing. We are expanding our research efforts and are looking for committed team players interested in making a difference in health research and the lives of individuals living with neurodegenerative disorders including MS.

Focus project areas:

  • Imaging and therapeutic strategies in preclinical models of neuroinflammatory disorders
  • Limiting inflammation and activation of the blood-brain barrier
  • Biomarker analyses in patient cohorts
  • Environmental influence upon inflammatory and neuroprotective proteins and processes relevant to multiple sclerosis and other neurodegenerative disorders.

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UA MS Centre

University of Alberta MS Researchers

List of University of Alberta researchers in the MS field. Please contact individual researchers regarding potential trainee positions.

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182A Heritage Medical Research Building
3330 Hospital Drive NW
University of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta  T2N 4N1

info@AlbertaMSNetwork.ca
403-210-6351

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