EMJL Job Listings to be Reviewed by Science
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Thu Nov 20 09:26:04 EST 1997
EMJL TO BE REVIEWED BY SCIENCE MAGAZINE!
November 20th, 1997
The Experimental Medicine Job Listing (EMJL)(1) will be reviewed
by Science's Next Wave(2) , an electronic publication of Science(3). The
review will appear in the 'Site Review' section for a week, starting this
Friday November 21st, 1997, and will continue to appear in the'signposts'
section for many months to come. Charles Boulakia, Canada Editor of Science's
Next Wave, chose EMJL for the next site review which is part of an on going
series of reviews of the best science sites on the Internet.
(3) http://www.science.com )
Charles Boulakia when asked why EMJL was chosen replied, "I was very
impressed by both the quantity and the quality of the information on your
site. Keep up the good work!".
EMJL has been a broad initiative of several departments at McGill
University(4), including: the Department of Medicine, Division of
Experimental Medicine; the Faculty of Medicine; and Faculty of Graduate
Studies and Research. Job vacancies are listed for positions ranging from
chair and faculty positions to openings
for Ph.D. candidates and post doctoral studies. As well, extensive links to
fellowship information and other career resources are provided.
Originally designed to aid both McGill faculty and students in filling and
finding job vacancies, EMJL has grown into an internationally known web
site which, since inception, has received almost half a million visits and
successfully filled over 150 job vacancies. Jobs are now listed for
positions across North America, Europe and Asia.
The Experimental Medicine Job Listing has also been recognized by the
National Institutes of Health and is currently the official Job Listing of
the Canadian Society of Biochemistry,Molecular and Cellular Biologists.
For further information please visit EMJL* or contact Graham Dellaire** the
creator and current webmaster.
** dellaire at microtec.net
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