Come work with the Jones and Dolinski labs at the University of Manitoba! Our labs are an inclusive and diverse environment, and we encourage applications from people in groups that are historically under-represented in STEM, including but not limited to women, visible minorities, LGTBQ2, and persons with disabilities.
We are hiring a post-doctoral fellow to lead a project investigating epigenetics as a molecular link between prenatal exposure to diabetes and long-term health in a combination of human cohorts and animal models. This is a two-year funded position, but the candidate will be expected to apply for external funding opportunities, and extension beyond two years is possible dependent on funding.
The ideal candidate will:
Have a track record of success in both funding and publications
Have demonstrated experience in at least two of
Be enthusiastic about working in an interdisciplinary team, and translating their findings to clinical colleagues and to the public
A letter of interest including a summary of your past research history, its relevance to work in the Jones and Dolinski labs, evidence of independence and creativity in research, and your future career goals
1-3 examples of previous research outputs, including peer-reviewed papers, preprints or posters