Clinical Research Administrative Assistant
Drs. Brent Richards and Celia Greenwood are seeking a Clinical Research Administrative Assistant to assist in the management and coordination of several clinical studies at the research institute of the Jewish General Hospital, a McGill University teaching hospital. This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in becoming involved in clinical research.

Successful candidates will work with Dr. Brent Richards' research team in the Centre for Epidemiology and Community Studies at the Lady Davis Institute. In collaboration with study nurses, lab technicians, graduate students, and external collaborators, the Clinical Research Administrative Assistant will ensure the smooth and timely execution of Dr. Richards’ research studies. The candidate will also perform general administrative tasks for both Dr. Richards and Dr. Greenwood.

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Research Assistant on the Personalized My Treatment (PMT) initiative
Work on the Personalized My Treatment (PMT) initiative: a central cancer patient consent protocol for longitudinal tissue sample collection, curation of clinical data, molecular profiling and clinical trial matching across the country. The PMT initiative is sponsored by Exactis Innovation. For more information, visit
Administrative Coordinator - Centre of Excellence in Thrombosis and Anticoagulation (CETAC)
This work encompasses a range of administrative tasks according to established methods and complex procedures that incumbent will modify as needed. These procedures, many of which are confidential in nature, include secretarial/administrative tasks, automated office work, opening and managing of files and /or handling of data requiring specific knowledge, personnel management, financial management, work organization and planning for the execution of complex administrative tasks by compiling and analyzing data.
Research Coordinator Position
We are seeking a dynamic, motivated and highly organized individual to coordinate two multiprovince CIHR funded studies on the infectious disease epidemiology in the immigrant population. The ideal candidate will have had prior experience in research. Candidates must have at least completed a MSc or MPH. Candidates with an MSc or PhD in Epidemiology, Public Health, or a related field will be given preference and are strongly encouraged to apply.

• Study coordination of two multi-province epidemiologic studies
• Assist with report, manuscript and research proposal writing
• Statistical analyses under the supervision of an expert data analyst
• Assist in supervising study trainees
• Assist with and coordinate grant and ethics submissions

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Clinical Research Liaison Coordinator
Job Description:
The Quebec - Clinical Research Organization in Cancer (Q-CROC) is a consortium dedicated to the development, facilitation, and promotion of clinical research in oncology. Under the joint supervision of Q-CROC and the local JGH team, incumbent will be responsible for developing and supporting cancer clinical research. Primary fields of activity in which the Liaison Coordinator may be called upon to contribute include:
• Participate in the development of improvement initiatives related to oncology clinical studies to reduce start-up times or increase patient accrual and the achievement of recruitment objectives.
• Participate in patient awareness and engagement activities.
• Updating the JGH cancer clinical studies portfolio and the performance indicators database for these studies;
• Assisting the institution or teams in improving and standardizing the processes;
• Assisting teams during audits and regulatory inspections, as well as with the internal monitoring of academic studies, if required;
• Serving as the JGH contact person for activities and reporting related to the 3CTN initiative.
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Full time position (temporary - 1 year). The position is to be filled immediately. Interested candidates should submit their cover letter and resume by Email to
Postdoctoral fellow in skeletal muscle stem cell biology
Our area of research:
Our laboratory ( studies how skeletal muscle stem cells function to repair and regenerate muscle tissue. Specifically, we are interested in molecular mechanisms by which lineage-specific chromatin is established and how perturbation in chromatin structure and function contribute to muscle diseases. We apply NGS technologies such as ChIP- and RNA-Seq, cell lineage tracing and basic biochemistry, molecular and computational biology to study how muscle stem cells repair tissue and maintain their pool.

PhD in basic biomedical sciences or related disciplines from a recognized university, strong background in chromatin biology is required, background in computational biology is an asset.
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Postdoctoral fellow - Proteomics Centre of the Lady Davis Institute
Job Description:
The proteomics center of the Lady Davis Institute is looking for a motivated and talented post-doctoral fellow for “(phospho)proteogenomics of colorectal cancer”.
The project is in close collaboration with leading cancer researchers in the Jewish General Hospital.

Job Roles:
The post-doctoral fellow will develop and apply proteomics and phosphoproteomics methods to analyze colorectal cancer biopsies using high resolution mass spectrometry, including both discovery and targeted approaches. The generated data will be combined with complementary genome sequencing data to identify improved markers for patient stratification and mechanisms of resistance.

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Postdoctoral fellow - Proteomics Centre of the Lady Davis Institute 
Job Description:

The proteomics center of the Lady Davis Institute is looking for a motivated and talented post-doctoral fellow to study “Innovative cleavable linker strategy for mass spectrometry-based elucidation of drug binding sites” as part of a FQRNT funded collaboration between the Verhelst lab in Leuven/Belgium and the JGH Proteomics Centre in Montreal. We will use newly developed chemical cross-linkers to covalently bind drugs to their targets and off-targets. After enrichment, those on/off targets and their respective binding sites will be identified with modern mass spectrometry methods.

Job Roles:
The post-doctoral fellow will optimize the MS conditions for the identification of drug targets and their binding sites, and will conduct quantitative (phospo)proteomics studies using cancer drugs currently used in the clinic and analyze the data.
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