NEW on EMJL: Faculty Position U of Sherbrooke

Graham Dellaire dellaire at odyssee.net
Sun Jun 15 12:39:40 EST 1997


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NEW ON EMJL 06/15/97

 1. Faculty Position at the Univesity of Sherbrooke (Sherbrooke)
     Posted June 15/97
The Rheumatic Diseases Unit seeks a basic research scientist at the rank
of Assistant Professor. This is a full time tenure-track
position with guaranteed funding for up to six years. 

The successful applicant will join a dynamic and productive research
team with focus in the areas of autoantigen
characterization, bone and cartilage pathophysiology and pharmacology,
and immunoregulation. The laboratory is part of the
Immuno-inflammation Research group that is moving to a brand-new
building with up-to-date facilities. As a consequence of
this move salary support may be available for up to six years, and
significant start up funds and technical support will be
provided. 

The Université de Sherbrooke is an Equal opportunity employer and
encourages applications from qualified women and men,
including members of visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and persons
with disabilities. In accordance with Canadian
immigration requirements priority will be given to Canadian citizens and
permanent residents of Canada. 


Please visit http://www.medcor.mcgill.ca/EXPMED/DOCS/jobs.html
for information on how to apply
see: Positions Available/Canada/Quebec

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2.Postdoctoral Research Position to study osmotically-imposed membrane
strain (modeling osmoregulatory transporter ProP of E.coli) 

A postdoctoral research fellow is sought to join the NSERC-Sponsored
Collaborative Research Program of Professors F.
Ross Hallett (Biophysics Interdepartmental Group) and Janet M. Wood
(Department of Microbiology; Guelph-Waterloo
Centre for Graduate Work in Chemistry and Biochemistry) at the
University of Guelph. The objectives of our research are to
detect osmotically-imposed membrane strain, to delineate its effects on
biomembranes and to test the hypothesis that the
activity of osmoregulatory transporter ProP from Escherichia coli is
modulated by membrane strain. 

Available immediately

Please visit http://www.medcor.mcgill.ca/EXPMED/DOCS/jobs.html
for information on how to apply
see: Positions Available/Canada/Ontario




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