Available Fully Funded PhD and Postdocs at British Columbia University (UBC) in Canada

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A public research university located in British Columbia, Canada, the University of British Columbia (BCU) is the largest university in Canada. In this post, our Fastepo team has listed all fully-funded PhD studentships (UBC PhD) and Postdoctoral Positions with details at British Columbia University in Canada.

British Columbia University (UBC)

In 1908, it was established as British Columbia’s provincial teachers’ college. In 1920, it became the University College of British Columbia, and in 1965, it became its current name. The main campus of BCU is home to over 75,000 students and 3,000 faculty members. There are two campuses of the University of British Columbia, located in Vancouver and Kelowna. In the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia, Vancouver is an iconic city in Western Canada. This university funds more than 8,000 projects each year. In British Columbia, colleges and universities spend about $600 million on research each year.

This video about PhD studies in Canada provides a glimpse into what it is like to study as a PhD student in Canada:


PhD and Academic Positions at the British Columbia University (UBC)

Although the study at UBC is not free, there is a research assistant position available alongside your study to cover the costs. According to the UBC’s website, all full-time students who begin a UBC-Vancouver PhD program in September 2018 or later will be provided with a funding package of at least $18,000 for each of the first four years of their PhD. That means all the PhD programs listed below are fully funded. In the following, you can see the list of fully-funded PhD studentships and Postdoc Positions at UBC.


Title: MINIMUM FUNDING POLICY FOR PHD STUDENTS (UBC PhD)

Deadline: Various

Summary:

The UBC Graduate Council voted to raise the minimum funding to $22,000 effective Sept 2021. We are currently working on adjusting the website to reflect this change which will apply to all full-time PhD students in years 1-4 who started their programs after Sept 2018.

All full-time students who are offered admission to begin a UBC-Vancouver PhD program in September 2018 or later must be provided with a minimum funding package equal to $18,000 for each of the first four years of their PhD. The funding package may consist of any combination of internal or external awards, teaching-related work, research assistantships, and graduate academic assistantships.

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Department: Research | Lynd Lab | Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Larry Lynd (On Leave))

Deadline: 31.01.2023

Summary:

A postdoctoral fellow position is available in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia (UBC) ‐ in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The successful applicant will become a member of the Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE)—an academic research group whose mission is to improve health‐care related outcomes through the application of the best in research, education and practice enhancement strategies.

The successful candidate will be involved in an exciting cross‐Canada collaboration to apply advanced epidemiological techniques to build predictive models of health outcomes among individuals with neurological diseases. The focus of the projects will be in multiple sclerosis (MS), with opportunities to expand or explore applications to health economics and economic evaluation. This is an opportunity to become part of a landmark Canadian longitudinal study of MS progression (CanProCo), incorporating both large retrospective and prospective cohorts with a wide range of data sources and elements (e.g., administrative data, clinical assessments, neuro-immunologic measures, and medical imaging).

The successful applicant will play a key role in the success of this Canada‐wide study including: accessing and linking data, ensuring data integrity, recoding/deriving variables, advanced analyses (using both epidemiologic/biostatistical methods) and interpretation, presentation of findings, and drafting and publication of scientific manuscripts and grant writing. The successful candidate will also help to mentor and supervise graduate students who are working on this (or related) project(s).

Qualifications:

  • A PhD with expertise in a relevant discipline (e.g., advanced epidemiology / biostatistics, health economics)
  • Experience in machine‐learning and artificial intelligence methodology is an asset
  • Excellent computer skills, including use of statistical software such as SPSS, STATA, SAS or R
  • Experience with disease modeling (e.g., regression, classification, cluster analyses)
  • Experience with and knowledge about, health conditions, such as neurological disease is an asset
  • Experience with large health‐related datasets (e.g., linkages) is an asset
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills in English
  • Ability to independently organize workload, set goals, and work effectively and self-sufficiently toward deadlines

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Biodiversity Postdoctoral Fellow 2023-2025

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Biodiversity Postdoctoral Fellow 2023-2025

Department: Research Support | Biodiversity Research Centre | Faculty of Science (Katie Beall)

Deadline: 10.01.2023

Summary:

Biodiversity 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in the UBC Biodiversity Research Centre (2023-2025)

The UBC Biodiversity Research Centre includes over 80 faculty members with interests in ecology, evolution, systematics, biodiversity and conservation. We invite applications for postdoctoral fellows with a research focus on any area related to biodiversity. Preference will be given to candidates interested in working in a dynamic and diverse research community, and who bring bold ideas, demonstrated research ability, and strong communication skills. The successful candidate will conduct original research on core problems in biodiversity, foster interactions within the Centre, run a seminar series, and organize an annual retreat for local universities (https://ecoevoretreat.wordpress.com/).

Postdoctoral fellows funded by the Biodiversity Research Centre typically interact with several lab groups. Candidates should indicate which labs they want to work with, and are strongly encouraged to contact potential collaborating labs in the Centre to inquire about current and potential research activities.

Starting date: 1 September 2023

Salary: $60,000 per year plus benefits (including extended health and dental coverage)

Research funds: $7,000 per year

Necessary qualifications: Candidates must have obtained, or expect to complete, their doctoral degree no later than September 2023. Individuals also must be within 5 years following the completion of their Ph.D. to be eligible (with allowances for career interruptions due to personal circumstances).

Selection criteria: The search committee will base their assessment on the quality of research accomplishments to date, the novelty and/ or potential impact of the proposed research, and the potential for the candidate to play a leadership role in our community, including maintaining high standards for ethical professional conduct.

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Fellow – Social Innovation for Health Equity and Food Security

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Fellow – Social Innovation for Health Equity and Food Security

Department: UBCO | Research Support Li | Faculty of Management (Ping Li)

Deadline: 04.01.2023

Summary:

Postdoctoral Fellow – Social Innovation for Health Equity and Food Security

Over the years we have seen the importance of social innovations in transforming the lives of individuals and communities. Research on social innovation has grown exponentially in the fields of management and marketing in the past two decades. The European Commission (2013) defines social innovation as “new responses – consisting of developing and implementing new ideas, products, services and models – to meet pressing social needs and to create new social collaborative relationships”. In the field of management, social innovations are exclusively linked to entrepreneurship and social enterprise literature (Eichler and Schwarz, 2019). Many social innovations, however, are “urban-centric”, and are often not easily transferable to other communities, especially those in remote and rural regions. This is juxtaposed with the realities of rural and remote communities which often face resourcing and accessibility challenges, especially in the areas of health and food security.

Scope of work

To deepen these research areas, we are looking for a Postdoc with experience in business and management, social entrepreneurship, regional development, community engagement research, or related fields. As part of the research program for the Tier 2 Principal’s Research Chair in Social Innovation for Health Equity and Food Security, the postdoctoral fellow will work with Associate Professor Dr. Eric Li and his multidisciplinary research team at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan campus to explore the socio-historical development of social innovations, social enterprises, and social businesses with a specific focus on rural and remote communities. This will include extensive literature reviews, mixed-method research activities, and a series of qualitative case studies. The post-doc fellow will also support the launch of the Social Innovation Hub at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan.

What you can expect:

  • A highly motivated and committed team with high productivity within one of the fast-growing campus in Canada
  • The opportunity for both independent and collaborative research
  • The opportunity for mentoring and coaching undergraduate and graduate students
  • Support for publishing and applying for internal and external funding
  • A one-year work contract (1 FTE), benefits included, with the possibility of renewal
  • Living and working in Kelowna, one of the most vibrant cities in Western Canada, with a thriving natural environment, an international airport, and overall high living quality.

What we expect:

  • A Ph.D. degree in management, business, sociology, anthropology, health management, public policy, regional studies, or related field). A postdoctoral fellow must commence the appointment within five years of being awarded a Ph. D. degree or within ten years of being awarded a M.D. or D.D.S. degree; however, this time period may be extended by circumstances requiring an interruption in a research career (e.g. maternity/parental/adoptive leave).
  • A strong research track-record and potential for future contributions
  • Independent, self-reliant, and dedicated work ethic
  • Excellent practical experience and theoretical knowledge in management, social innovation, and other social sciences
  • Experience in grant writing
  • High proficiency in English (oral and written)

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Resesarch Fellow

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Resesarch Fellow

Department: Selby Laboratory | Department of Paediatrics | Faculty of Medicine (Kathryn Selby)

Deadline: 28.02.2023

Summary:

This position is located within a health-care facility, therefore, the successful candidate will be required to provide verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by a provincial health mandate.

This offer is conditional upon successful completion of a Criminal Record Check.

Project Title: Development of a tool to support treatment decisions in spinal muscular atrophy in Canada
  
OVERVIEW 
Research directors: Dr. Kathryn Selby (UBC) Dr. Maryam Oskoui (McGill)
Administrative unit: Division of Neurology, Department of Pediatrics, UBC
Location: Vancouver, University of British Columbia 
Coast to coast involvement
  
PROJECT DESCRIPTION 
The objective of this research project is to develop a tool to support decisions of families and clinicians in selecting a treatment plan for individuals affected by SMA. 

With the support of the research team, the postdoctoral fellow will: 

  • Acquire training on the Ottawa Decision Aid Framework  
  • Conduct a decision need assessment among SMA leading clinicians and families 
  • Develop a tool aid  
  • Write a grant proposal for implementation and assessment of the SMA tool to CIHR  

This postdoctoral fellowship is based at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in collaboration with Muscular Dystrophy Canada (MDC) and the Neuromuscular Disease Network for Canada (NMD4C). This well established and dynamic environment fosters professional development and

interdisciplinary research collaborations. In view of the national perspective in this project, some travel will be required. 

Additional Information: 

  • Preferred background in healthcare  
  • Requirement: PhD completed (within the past 5 years) or to have his/her thesis defense by January 2023 
  • Required Assets: qualitative research background, fluency in English (written , spoken and understood) good communication skills
  • Preferred assets:  prior experience in decision aid development and/or knowledge transfer, qualitative and quantitative analysis skills  

 TERM
Funding is available for 1 year, with possibility of an extension  
 
SALARY 
$40,000 CAD/year  
(Pay Scale: Commensurate with education and experience)

START DATE 
As soon as a qualified applicant is selected 

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Department: Brown Laboratory | Department of Paediatrics | Faculty of Medicine (Kelly Brown)

Deadline: 28.02.2023

Summary:

This position is located within a health-care facility, therefore, the successful candidate will be required to provide verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by a provincial health mandate.

This offer is conditional upon successful completion of a Criminal Record Check.

Cassie & Friends Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Rheumatology

The mission of the Cassie & Friends International Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Rheumatology is to provide training to PhD researchers in the field of pediatric rheumatology and to support future investigative careers in the improved understanding of rheumatic diseases. The rheumatic disease family is a collection of multiple diseases that include the more commonly known juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), rarer conditions like vasculitis and systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and a relatively new group of autoinflammatory diseases. Despite genetic and phenotypic differences, all rheumatic diseases are characterized by relapsing and remitting episodes of pain and inflammation. They provide a clear example of morbidity and disability that results from immune dysregulation and uncontrolled inflammation. One of the major challenges in the management of childhood rheumatic diseases is to balance the risks associated with therapy against the risks associated with either undertreating aggressive disease or over-treating less aggressive disease. This is particularly problematic in children as there are few, if any, treatments that are specific and safe for a growing child. The successful candidate will lead investigative efforts towards the improved understanding of immunological mechanisms of childhood rheumatic diseases that will aid diagnosis and therapeutic decision making.

The fellow will be offered an appointment through the University of British Columbia (UBC, Vancouver, BC) Department of Pediatrics. The initial term will be for 1 year commencing no later than Jan 2023, with a possibility for extension for a second year. Research will be conducted at the British Columbia Children’s Hospital Research Institute (BCCHRI, also in Vancouver, BC) under the supervision of Dr. Kelly Brown. This is a highly dedicated and collaborative research environment in which the candidate will interact regularly with clinicians and scientists in the Division of Pediatric Rheumatology at British Columbia Children’s Hospital.

Eligibility Requirements:

At the time of the application or by the award start date, the applicant must:


● Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or foreign national (must hold a valid work permit).
● Have completed a PhD within the past 3 years in a relevant field of study.

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Department: Illes Laboratory Division of Neurology | Department of Medicine | Faculty of Medicine (Judy Illes)

Deadline: 31.01.2023

Summary:

This position is located within a health-care facility, therefore, the successful candidate will be required to provide verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by a provincial health mandate.

Job Summary

A key position is available immediately for a highly motivated individual who holds a PhD in any area related to spinal cord injury, and who has an interest in or experience with ethics and knowledge translation, to join the dynamic team at UBC. Under the direction of the Director of Neuroethics Canada, and co-Principal Investigator (co-PI) Dr. Judy Illes, this Postdoctoral Fellow will join a team of researchers devoted to neuroscience and biomedical ethics as part of a large research program entitled “Mend the Gap: A Transformative Biomaterials Platform for Spinal Cord Repair”, funded by the New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF) Transformation Program.

Compensation Range

$54,000.00 – $60,000.00 CAD annually

Qualifications

PhD in any discipline relevant to spinal cord injury: e.g., neuroscience, biomedical engineering, biomedical ethics, population and public health, health promotion and behaviour change, medical anthropology, medical sociology. Excellent academic credentials. Working knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methodology and design. Computer proficiency. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication (written and oral) skills. Ability to work both independently and within a team environment.

Work Performed

The responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

  • Leadership of a team of researchers devoted to addressing ethical issues and the translation of innovative therapeutic tools and strategies into clinical trials and health care for people with spinal cord injury.
  • Data collection (e.g., content analyses, surveys, interviews) to characterize diverse individual perspectives on novel interventions for spinal cord injury, as well as analysis and tracking of informational and policy initiatives.
  • Priority setting for innovation using inputs from a wide range of stakeholders, including patients, inventors, scientists, and policymakers.
  • Interactions with investigators from the basic and life sciences investigators on Mend the Gap.
  • Presentations, publications, and reports on results as appropriate.
  • Leadership of and participation in task force and committee meetings.
  • Identification and organization of opportunities for patient engagement and for giving back to the spinal cord injured community.
  • Development and maintenance of collaborations and partnerships with SCI-focused community organizations.
  • Participation in other matters arising that pertain to the ‘Mend the Gap’ program and neuroethics broadly.

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow – Qualitative and Implementation research (VEC)

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow – Qualitative and Implementation research (VEC)

Department: Vaccine Evaluation Centre | Department of Paediatrics | Faculty of Medicine (Lilah Johnson (On Leave), Manish Sadarangani, +1

Deadline: 31.01.2023

Summary:

This position is located within a health-care facility, therefore, the successful candidate will be required to provide verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by a provincial health mandate.  

This offer is conditional upon successful completion of a Criminal Record Check.

The Vaccine Evaluation Center (VEC) at the BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute (BCCHRI) is seeking a postdoctoral research fellow (PDF) for a one-year position (with potential to extend) to conduct qualitative and implementation research and analysis as part of an ongoing project focusing on vaccine confidence and Canadian public and health care providers. This postdoctoral researcher will work under the supervision of Dr. Julie Bettinger and Dr. Devon Greyson to lead and conduct a suite of qualitative and a multiple-method implementation studies, funded by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, the Canadian Immunization Research Network and the BC Immunization Committee.

One of the overarching projects uses qualitative methods (interviews, focused ethnography, institutional ethnography, case studies) to improve understanding of vaccine hesitancy among regulated Canadian perinatal health care providers (OBGYNs, Family Practitioners, Registered Midwives, Nurses), and to identify optimal interventions for increasing vaccine confidence in these professions.

Responsibilities of the PDF will include collecting multiple forms of data (documents, observations, interviews, focus groups), securely managing data in accordance with VEC procedures, analyzing qualitative data (in consultation with advisory team), regular reporting on the project, and producing one or more manuscript for publication based on this research. Mentorship and supervision of research staff, undergraduate and graduated qualitative students within the research group is also expected.

This position is a good fit for a self-directed and organized researcher who enjoys working with interdisciplinary teams. It will include some travel (e.g., to professional association meetings, to intervention sites in BC), but will be primarily based at the VEC.

Required qualifications:

  • PhD in anthropology, sociology, information studies, education, public health, or a related field; or MD plus qualitative research experience
  • Experience with qualitative or mixed methods
  • Experience with health research
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Must be within 5 years of being awarded the Ph.D. degree or 10 years of being awarded the MD or DDS degree

Desired qualifications:

  • Experience with women’s/reproductive health topics and/or immunization research
  • Successful publication record in health-related journals

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in HPV vaccination and screening

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in HPV vaccination and screening

Department: Ogilvie Laboratory WHRI | School of Population and Public Health | Faculty of Medicine (Gina Ogilvie)

Deadline: 09.01.2023

Summary:

The School of Population and Public Health (SPPH) is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow (PDF) for a 2-year term, with an initial appointment of one year. The Postdoctoral Fellow will work both at the Vaccine Evaluation Center, BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute, and with the Global Control of HPV Related Diseases research team at Women’s Health Research Institute. The projects will be centered around exploring reduced dosing for the HPV vaccine, other long-term evaluations of HPV vaccination and secondary prevention of HPV related diseases. The PDF will work under the supervision of Dr. Gina Ogilvie and Dr. Manish Sadarangani in a dry lab setting.

Housed within the Faculty of Medicine, the School of Population and Public Health (SPPH) is an innovative unit that encompasses many of the health-related groupings at UBC as a collaborative venture. The School is structured around four divisions: Occupational and Environmental Health; Health Services and Policy; Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Public Health Practice; and Health in Populations. The resulting mix of professions and disciplines is seen as a means of connecting individuals and learners to galvanize the relationship between health research, public health and health services and to enhance learning.

The primary activities of the Postdoctoral Research Fellow include:

– Evaluation of vaccine effectiveness of two- versus three-doses of HPV vaccine against HPV infections. Analysis will be performed by use of existing data from the QUEST study, which includes girls from all over Canada who have received two- or three-doses of the HPV vaccine.

– Evaluation of effectiveness of reduced dosing schedules (example: one dose) against cervical (precursor) lesions. Analyses will involve conducing a data-linkage study between the cervical cancer screening and vaccination registry and other registries

– Evaluation of effectiveness of reduced dosing schedules against genital warts. Data from STI clinics will be used to calculate the effectiveness of reduced dosing schedules against genital warts.

-Leading the team to develop other projects related to primary and secondary prevention of HPV related cancers, including: Systematic reviews, additional reduced dosing studies, and other HPV related cancers, such as anal cancer in women

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

– Completion of a PhD in a relevant discipline (epidemiology and/or biostatistics, public health, or a related quantitative discipline).

– Candidates with experience and training related to longitudinal data-analysis, natural history of HPV, (HPV) vaccines, HPV vaccine research. A background or knowledge in cervical cancer screening would be an asset.

-Experience in mentoring and supervising students and trainees and leading teams

– Possess a strong research background as demonstrated by past publications, accomplishments and references

Skills:

– Display strong ability to work independently, self-directed, yet also be able to work collaboratively with the team, to meet team goals

-Excellent leadership skills

– Excellent organizational and communication skills, including strong writing, research and interpersonal skills.

– Ability to manage several complex tasks and projects simultaneously

– Ability to work in R/and or SAS statistical software. Demonstrated experience with these packages necessary.

– Ability to train and mentor students and other trainees

– Ability to participate in all aspects of project management (protocol planning, grant writing, planning implementation and evaluation)

Errors made could influence the ability of the research team to meet critical deadlines, as well as compromise the results of research project, and therefore impact the credibility of the Principal Investigator. Poor decisions may be damaging to the reputation of the Principal Investigator, the School, and the University and could lead to incorrect or inappropriate policy recommendations being made.

This position will be responsible for access, collection, use and disclosure of personal information in accordance with the BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (RSBC 1996) and other UBC privacy and security policies. This position requires employees to work under strict confidentiality requirements; internal procedures and policies to protect personal information must be followed and adherence to these requirements will be regularly reviewed by the employer.

Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence.  An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged.  We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow – Centre for Heart Lung Innovation

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow – Centre for Heart Lung Innovation

Department: Wang Laboratory | Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine | Faculty of Medicine (Ying Wang)

Deadline: 31.01.2023

Summary:

Dr. Ying Wang (Department of Pathology and Medicine) and Dr. Gordon Francis (Department of Medicine) at UBC, are recruiting a postdoctoral fellow to work on a collaborative research project at the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation, St. Paul’s Hospital. The project will be multidisciplinary combining vascular biology, spatial biology and bioinformatic methods to study atherosclerotic disease using biobanked human specimens, cultured cells, and animal models.

Drs. Wang and Francis are committed to training postdoctoral research fellows who have a career goal to be independent researchers in academia or industry. The selected trainee will be supported by the New Frontiers in Research Fund (PI: Dr. Ying Wang) and two CIHR project grants (PI: Dr. Ying Wang & Dr. Gordon Francis). The applicant is highly encouraged to apply for fellowship funding.

The research labs are located at the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation (HLI), UBC’s Senate-approved translational research centre for heart, lung, and blood vessel research. It is ideally situated within St. Paul’s Hospital (downtown Vancouver), a tertiary care hospital, which has been the catalyst for the creation of world-class tissue biobanks to support heart and lung research. The HLI is known for its capacity and mission to “train the world”, and has recruited top highly-qualified personnel from over 39 countries and 6 continents. The postdoctoral fellow in this position will be supported by career development programs at both the HLI and the Departments of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, and Medicine.

This position is located within a health-care facility. Therefore, this position requires successful verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by the provincial health mandate.

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UBC is a hybrid, academically intensive Department within the UBC Faculty of Medicine whose activities span a broad spectrum of teaching, research, and academic service, often performed in the milieu of clinical practice, and are ultimately devoted to improving the care, treatment, and well-being of patients.  The Department offers academic degrees at the bachelor’s (Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLSc)) and graduate (MSc, PhD) levels with the graduate program, one of the largest in the Faculty of Medicine, which has been recognized by UBC for its quality. The Department plays a major role in the MD undergraduate program and offers an accredited residency-training program. Faculty members participate across a spectrum of research from basic investigative to translational to clinical applied research and are recognized locally, nationally and internationally for their excellence.

Work Performed

The responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

  • Design, organize and implement highly specialized experiments and in some cases develop new experiment protocols and adapt new procedures
  • Keep a detailed notebook and present findings at lab meetings and conferences
  • Participate in training and mentoring junior trainees when needed
  • Develop an individual development plan with the supervisors and practice grant and manuscript writing under the guidance of the supervisors
  • Coordinate research efforts with members in the lab and collaborators for increased efficiency
  • Assist with routine operation and management of the lab: safety, ordering, instrument maintenance, supply inventory, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Recent PhD in a relevant discipline
  • Applicants need to have a strong background in molecular biology in the area of cardiovascular disease.
  • Applicants need to be proficient at cell culture (cell lines and primary cells), Western Blot, qPCR, immunostaining, and microscopy imaging.
  • Previous experience in histology, flow cytometry, and animal experiments are assets

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Global Maternal and Child Health

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Global Maternal and Child Health

Department: Christoffersen-Deb Laboratory | Obstetrics and Gynaecology | Faculty of Medicine (Astrid Christoffersen-Deb)

Deadline: 13.01.2023

Summary:

Applications will be reviewed beginning January 13, 2023. The start date for the position is flexible, but would preferably be no later than January 2023.

How to Apply:

Please submit a 1-2 page cover letter highlighting your experience in qualification criteria noted above, and CV as a single PDF file. Three reference letters (with one being from PhD supervisor) are also required. Please submit your application via Workday.

This position is located within a health-care facility, therefore, the successful candidate will be required to provide verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by a provincial health mandate.

This offer is conditional upon successful completion of a Criminal Record Check.

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral fellow position at the University of British Columbia (UBC).

Research activities will take place at UBC Vancouver in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology reporting to Dr. Christoffersen-Deb, Clinical Associate Professor, with opportunities to collaborate with colleagues at Moi University of Medicine in Kenya. This research is embedded within the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH), a unique model of global health partnership between universities that focuses on care, education and research (see https://www.ampathkenya.org/).

This 1.0 FTE position will be for one year with the possibility of reappointment at a salary of $42,000/year plus benefits. The postdoctoral fellow will conduct research and operational management of an IDRC-CIHR funded project called “Chamas for Change” for UBC in collaboration with a well-established maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) Innovations team based in Kenya.

Chamas for Change is a group-based, community health volunteer (CHV)-led program that engages women in pregnancy and the first 1000 days of their child’s life. The strategy focuses on providing health education, peer support and opportunities to access financial capital that together promote maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) while simultaneously addressing inequities that perpetuate poor outcomes. Leveraging our pre-pandemic RCT evaluation of the program, we will examine whether participation in Chamas, intersected with other factors to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on women’s and children’s health and economic well-being. We will use findings to guide the scale-up of the Chama program and ensure it not only improves the health and well-being of women, but simultaneously strengthens equitable recovery, gender-transformative policies and local preparedness to future health emergencies. 

The candidate will have the opportunity to work within the network of AMPATH research that places care, equity and cultural humility at the core of its work. The position is available to a PhD trained individual with a desire to embrace the complexity of conducting global health research activities in low-resource settings with passion, resilience, and creativity. The vision of this project is to work within communities to improve maternal, newborn and child health and to reduce gender and social inequities. To be successful in this role, the candidate will need to embrace the challenges of real-world, pragmatic research and possess strong relational skills for team-based work. 

The candidate will have the opportunity to develop a course in Global Maternal and Child Health and the opportunity to teach Masters level students. The candidate will have a leading role in the analysis and drafting of manuscripts related to Chamas research. 

Minimum qualification include a PhD in a relevant discipline and experience with qualitative research methodologies and analysis. An optimal candidate will have:

  • Strong familiarity with qualitative research methodologies and qualitative data analysis.
  • Demonstrated ability to thrive in a collaborative team environment.
  • High personal motivation, self-management, detail-orientated; ability to take responsibility for meeting deadlines.
  • High degree of comfort with change, and the ability to be agile and adaptable as the projects evolve in large complex health systems and their health technologies.
  • The qualified candidate(s) will have a doctorate degree in a relevant discipline (i.e., Anthropology, Epidemiology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Public Health or a related field as long as the candidate has a strong foundation in qualitative methods).
  • Demonstrated skills in data management and using qualitative data programs (e.g., NVIVO);
  • Demonstrated knowledge of research processes, systematic reviews, and syntheses;
  • Excellent communication skills, including strong writing, research, and interpersonal skills;
  • High-level conceptual, analytical, and critical appraisal skills; and
  • Demonstrated initiative and willingness to work closely with members of a research team.
  • Interest in teaching and mentoring students.
  • Strong relational skills and be able to exert influence and work across sectors (hospitals, primary care and community).
  • Ability to work independently and without direct supervision, and problem solve technical and methodological issues that arise during the course of the research.
  • Must be able to exhibit a high level of professionalism, judgement, ethical conduct, discretion and diplomacy. 

Learn More and Apply.


Title: Research Associate – Immunologist

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Research Associate – Immunologist

Department: Research | Jefferies | Michael Smith Laboratories | Faculty of Science (Wilfred Arthur Jefferies)

Deadline: 10.01.2023

Summary:

This position is expected to be filled at 20% FTE.

The University of British Columbia is seeking an outstanding Immunologist for Research Associate position. This is a unique position where the Research Associates will be employed by the University of British Columbia (UBC) through a collaborative research agreement with companies started from research at UBC:  Eyam Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics (EYAM) and MYND Life Sciences (MYND). This relationship will present an opportunity to experience collaborative research with leading industry and academic experts. Under the direction of Dr. Wilf Jefferies at UBC’s Michael Smith Laboratories, the Research Associate will design and oversee the research the development and testing of COVID-19 vaccines for EYAM, as well as design and oversee the research for setting up models with which to test novel drugs for the treatment of neuro-inflammatory conditions for MYND. This is a lab-based and advisory position that will help validate vaccine and drug candidates for clinical development. The Research Associate will act as a mentor for junior scientists and postdoctoral fellows, working collaboratively with the Research and Development teams at EYAM and MYND and the academic research teams at UBC.

Research Environment:

Located at the University of British Columbia Point Gray campus, you will be embedded in the highly innovative and interdisciplinary research environment spanning UBC and associated hospitals, and the companies, Eyam Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics and MYND Life Sciences. Vancouver repeatedly ranks among the most livable places in the world and combines excellence in research with high quality of life. Excellent opportunities for personal and professional development are provided.

Training and Professional Development Opportunities:

The Research Associate is expected to work independently under the direction of Dr. Jefferies who will be available to provide consultation on unusual problems and project developments. They will have the opportunity to supervise graduate and undergraduate students, gain leadership experience in collaborative projects and contribute to grant applications.

The incumbent will be part of a dynamic team of experimental scientists, where they will work with basic scientists, pathologists, academics and industry partners. They will have direct access to state-of-the-art cell culturing facilities, mass-spectrometry, next-generation sequencing, flow cytometry, and advanced imaging and computing infrastructure.

Qualifications and Experience

  • PhD in Immunology, Microbiology (Virology), Cancer Immunology, Cell Biology or other related fields or MSc. with 5+ years experience in virology and immunological assays in an academic or industry laboratory environment
  • 3+ years of postdoctoral (or equivalent) independent research experience
  • Working experience in biosafety containment level CL2 (required) and CL3 (ideal) laboratories
  • Working knowledge and experience with mouse models of disease
  • Working knowledge and experience of cell-culturing, flow-cytometry, tetramer assays, molecular techniques and animal tissue and serum extraction
  • Self-motivated and works independently
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work collaboratively
  • Excellent documentation and organizational skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

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Title: Research Associate

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Research Associate

Department: McKeown Laboratory Pacific Parkinson’s Research Centre Division of Neurology | Department of Medicine | Faculty of Medicine (Martin McKeown)

Deadline: 06.01.2023

Summary:

This position is located within a health-care facility, therefore, the successful candidate will be required to provide verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by a provincial health mandate.

Job Title: Research Associate

Job description:

The Pacific Parkinson’s Research Centre (PPRC) at the University of British Columbia (UBC) is searching for a highly qualified Research Associate (RA) to join our research team, led by Dr. Martin J. McKeown. This position focuses on discovering and implementing novel interventions aimed at remediating motor and non-motor functions (e.g., cognition) in people with Parkinson’s disease (PD); with a special interest in understanding the neural mechanisms of intervention effects.

The successful candidate will work closely with Dr. McKeown on research studies that involve non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) using low-intensity focused ultrasound stimulation (LI-FUS) and multimodal neuroimaging such as MRI, EEG, and PET. LI-FUS is a novel NIBS technique using acoustic energy and is currently in a rapid phase of investigation as a neuromodulation tool. LI-FUS has a high potential to be a viable neuromodulation tool to make changes in neural circuits. To utilize LI-FUS to improve PD symptoms, the successful candidate will need to setup, troubleshoot, and operate a sophisticated LI-FUS machine that provides unprecedented spatial resolution and penetration depth for brain stimulation.  It is anticipated that accurate models of brain structure and function will be necessary to customize stimulation profiles. Thus, experience with large brain imaging data sets and Machine Learning algorithms will be highly desirable.

The RA will play a key role in the success of the neuromodulation studies including: hypotheses generation, study design, equipment setup, analyzing data (neuroimaging and behavioural), statistical analyses and interpretation, presentation of findings to colleagues, international conferences and potential donors, and drafting and publication of scientific manuscripts and grant writing. The RA will work largely independently but within a team comprised of researchers, postdoctoral fellows, research staff, and students. The RA will also help mentor and supervise trainees and undergraduate/graduate students working on these (or related) projects.

Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:

  • Designs, plans, and executes research projects. Specifically, collaborates with the Principal Investigator (PI) and other team members in research study design, study planning, interpretation of data analyses, and drafting publication in high-impact peer-reviewed papers
  • Prepares and coordinates grant applications
  • Works with multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional teams, and liaises with investigators and collaborators to ensure that research goals are met
  • Develops reports and manuscripts for publication
  • Prepares and delivers presentations for research meetings
  • Participates in team meetings

Qualifications:

  • A PhD degree with expertise in a relevant discipline (e.g., biomedical engineering, neuroscience)
  • Experience in conducting end-to-end research studies on non-invasive brain stimulation: developing research questions/hypotheses, research planning, equipment set-up and troubleshooting, developing experiment protocols, application for UBC Research Ethics, and data collection and analysis
  • Working knowledge of advanced Parkinson’s disease-related research methodology and design
  • Experience with manuscript writing and a track record of publishing papers on non-invasive brain stimulation and neuroimaging
  • Experience in developing successful grant/funding applications
  • Excellent programming knowledge (Python, MATLAB, R, and Linux/bash) and proficient knowledge in advanced data analysis using machine learning
  • Proficient knowledge of statistics and use of statistical software such as SPSS, STATA, SAS or R
  • Experience with neuroimaging tools (FSL, FreeSurfer, AFNI, SPM, ANTs)
  • Ability to prepare reports and presentations for diverse audiences
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills in English
  • Ability to exercise judgment and make decisions in accordance with broad research objectives
  • Ability to work independently, and in an interdisciplinary/team setting
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects/tasks simultaneously

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Title: Research Associate

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Research Associate

Department: Research | Dominik Roeser Lab | Department of Forest Resources Management (Dominik Roeser)

Deadline: 20.01.2023

Summary:

The Department of Forest Resources Management, UBC-Vancouver campus, seeks a Research Associate to undertake research in the field of forest operations. This research associate will be responsible for undertaking research on how digitalization and state-of-the-art monitoring solutions in the forestry supply chain can contribute to the short, medium, and long-term economic and environmental sustainability of the forest sector. The objective of the research is to develop effective solutions for automatic/semi-automatic performance analyses of fully mechanized tree-length harvesting operations. Sensors and performance monitoring technology deployment, big data analytics, and integrated remote sensing applications will represent the core of the project to create new knowledge and enable effective monitoring of various harvesting solutions.

Responsibilities include: 1) plan extensive field data collection trials in conjunction with industry partners, 2) lead the compilation of the collected data in different databases, 3) perform meta-analysis of data of existing datasets to evaluate production and environmental performance of various harvesting systems, 3) facilitate the integration of remote sensing data with automatically collected machine performance data, 4) lead the documentation of research results in extension notes and peer-reviewed publications, 5) independently communicate with industry partners.

Required qualifications

Candidates must have a PhD in forestry or related field and a minimum of 3 years postdoctoral research experience in the fields of forest operations. Candidates should have demonstrated expertise in analyzing production and environmental performance of various harvesting systems. Specifically, expertise in the forest industry and forest equipment used in British Columbia is required. Candidates must have a strong publication record (i.e., peer-reviewed journal articles and technical reports) in the last 5 years and an excellent knowledge of programming languages for statistical data analysis and spatial analysis. The candidate should have advanced knowledge in the application of statistical software packages such as R, as well as ArcGIS. Other requirements for successful applicants include excellent oral and written communication skills, demonstrated ability for the successful development of research proposals the ability to work in a dynamic research team, and the ability to work on a project with defined milestones and timelines.

Anticipated start date will be February 1, 2023 for two years with possibility of extension subject to grant funding availability. Applications should include a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses and e-mail addresses of three people to provide professional references. Please also indicate in your application if you are a Canadian or permanent resident of Canada.

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Title: Postdoc Fellow

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoc Fellow

Department: Schaffer Laboratory | Department of Radiology | Faculty of Medicine (Jonathon Leipsic (Inherited))

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Summary:

Department of Radiology at the University of British Columbia (UBC) invites applications for a full-time postdoctoral research fellow position.

This position is located within a health-care facility. Therefore, this position requires successful verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by the provincial health mandate.

UBC Department of Radiology and TRIUMF Life Sciences Division, in collaboration with BC Cancer
Research Centre, are seeking a talented post-doctoral fellow to join a dynamic team to
develop radiopharmaceuticals using emerging radioisotopes. TRIUMF is one of the leading forces in medical isotope production, a field that has seen fast development in recent years and the potential of significant growth in future. Owing to its unique infrastructure, expertise, and long-standing collaborations with local and international partners, we have unparalleled access to promising radionuclides and the ability to develop radiopharmaceuticals to preclinical and clinical use.

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Title: Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Fellow

Department: Rahmim Laboratory | Department of Radiology | Faculty of Medicine (Arman Rahmim)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Summary:

Department of Radiology at The University of British Columbia (UBC) invites applications for a full-time Postdoctoral Fellow position – Quantitative Radiomolecular Imaging & Therapy (Qurit Program). The initial appointment is for one year, and may be extended based on performance.

This position is located within a health-care facility. Therefore, this position requires successful verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by the provincial health mandate.

The University of British Columbia (UBC) and BC Cancer Research Institute (BCCRI), in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center, are seeking talented post-doctoral fellows to join our program. The research will take place with the Quantitative Radiomolecular Imaging & Therapy Program (Qurit.ca) under the guidance of Drs. Carlos Uribe, Babak Saboury and Arman Rahmim. We are looking for research in the areas of 1) Computational Biology, 2) Systems Pharmacology, 3) Pharmacokinetic Modeling, 4) Multi-scale Cancer Modeling and/or 5) Tumor Microenvironment Modeling.

Our research team is multicultural and diverse, and provides unique opportunities for our trainees and researchers to freely explore creative ideas in supportive environments. The clinical infrastructures include multiple imaging scanners and aims to push the limits of modern technology. Moreover, the close connection with the clinical environment allows for translation of novel methods to our cancer clinics in Canada (Vancouver, Victoria, and Kelowna) and USA (Bethesda).

Qualifications

The candidate will have a PhD in computational biology, systems biology, computational pharmacology, applied mathematics, physics, or a related field. Prior experience in at least one of the following is a requirement: biological modeling, cancer modeling, drug development, radiation biology, image processing. The candidate should be highly motivated with a strong interest and commitment to research. Curiosity and creativity with an aim towards independent research as well as good communication skills are also emphasized.

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Title: Postdoctoral Fellow-1

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Fellow-1

Department: Rahmim Laboratory | Department of Radiology | Faculty of Medicine (Arman Rahmim)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Summary:

Department of Radiology at The University of British Columbia (UBC) invites applications for a full-time Postdoctoral Fellow position – Quantitative Radiomolecular Imaging & Therapy (Qurit Program). The initial appointment is for one year, and may be extended based on performance.

This position is located within a health-care facility. Therefore, this position requires successful verification of full vaccination against Covid-19 provided prior to the start date, as required by the provincial health mandate.

The University of British Columbia (UBC) and BC Cancer Research Institute (BCCRI), in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center, are seeking talented post-doctoral fellows to join our program. The research will take place with the Quantitative Radiomolecular Imaging & Therapy Program (Qurit.ca) under the guidance of Drs. Carlos Uribe, Babak Saboury and Arman Rahmim. We are looking for research in the areas of 1) Computational Biology, 2) Systems Pharmacology, 3) Pharmacokinetic Modeling, 4) Multi-scale Cancer Modeling and/or 5) Tumor Microenvironment Modeling.

Our research team is multicultural and diverse, and provides unique opportunities for our trainees and researchers to freely explore creative ideas in supportive environments. The clinical infrastructures include multiple imaging scanners and aims to push the limits of modern technology. Moreover, the close connection with the clinical environment allows for translation of novel methods to our cancer clinics in Canada (Vancouver, Victoria, and Kelowna) and USA (Bethesda).

Qualifications

The candidate will have a PhD in computational biology, systems biology, computational pharmacology, applied mathematics, physics, or a related field. Prior experience in at least one of the following is a requirement: biological modeling, cancer modeling, drug development, radiation biology, image processing. The candidate should be highly motivated with a strong interest and commitment to research. Curiosity and creativity with an aim towards independent research as well as good communication skills are also emphasized.

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Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Department: Janjua Laboratory CFDC | School of Population and Public Health | Faculty of Medicine (Naveed Janjua)

Deadline: Open Until Filled

Summary:

The School of Population and Public Health (SPPH) is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow (PDF) for a 1-year term, with the option for renewal for one additional year. The position will: focus on assessment of COVID-19 vaccine coverage, safety and effectiveness, using BC COVID-19 Cohort. The BC COVID-19 Cohort integrate various datasets including BC-wide COVID-19 laboratory tests, COVID-19 surveillance case data, COVID-19 immunizations, prescription drugs, medical visits, emergency room visits,  hospital admissions, Intensive Care Unit (ICU) admissions, Chronic Disease Registry, and client roster and mortality. This work will be perform in collaboration with Pan Canadian collaboration funded through Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). 

The position will be based in the Data and Analytic Services team at the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) and in the School of Population and Public Health (SPPH) at the University of British Columbia. BCCDC is the lead public health organization for surveillance, modelling, research and evaluation, guidelines and policy development for COVID-19 response in British Columbia. Our team is currently working on range of COVID-19 projects including COVID-19 surveillance, assessment of outcomes, impact of interventions, and mathematical modelling of transmission. We have a strong interdisciplinary group of epidemiologists, statisticians, mathematical modelers, infectious disease and public health physicians and policymakers working in a data-rich environment with many learning and development opportunities.

Housed within the Faculty of Medicine, SPPH is an innovative unit that encompasses many of the health-related groupings at UBC as a collaborative venture. The School is structured around four divisions: Occupational and Environmental Health; Health Services and Policy; Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Public Health Practice; and Health in Populations. The resulting mix of professions and disciplines is seen as a means of connecting individuals and learners to galvanize the relationship between health research, public health and health services and to enhance learning.

The primary activities of the Postdoctoral Research Fellow include:

Analysis of data related to COVID-19 including risk factors, COVID-19 vaccine safety and effectiveness assessment using COVID-19 cohort. Specific duties include, but not limited to: developing plan for analysis, conducting analysis independently or working with statisticians, writing reports and manuscript, communicating results, communicating with collaborators regarding project matters including update on findings, and writing grants.

The Postdoctoral Research Fellow will have support and flexibility to develop their own research program, in collaboration with local, national and international partners.

The candidate must have completed a PhD in epidemiology, health services, public health, with strong health services research and epidemiology background.

Training in the following areas:

  • Recent related experience including experience in design, analysis and interpretation of health services related data
  • Experience of working with vaccine safety and vaccine effectiveness will be an asset.
  • Exceptional written, oral, and visual communication skills with proven track record of peer reviewed publications and presentations at scientific conferences
  • Excellent research project management and interpersonal skills.
  • A strong background in assessment and measurements of health characteristics using Canadian health services databases and issues related to measurements and harmonization across settings
  • A strong background in analysis of large linked health services datasets. 

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Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Job Category: Faculty Non Bargaining

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Department: Illes Laboratory Division of Neurology | Department of Medicine | Faculty of Medicine (Judy Illes)

Deadline: 31.01.2023

Summary:

A key position is available immediately for a highly motivated individual who holds a PhD in any area related to spinal cord injury, and who has an interest in or experience with ethics and knowledge translation, to join the dynamic team at UBC. Under the direction of the Director of Neuroethics Canada, and co-Principal Investigator (co-PI) Dr. Judy Illes, this Postdoctoral Fellow will join a team of researchers devoted to neuroscience and biomedical ethics as part of a large research program entitled “Mend the Gap: A Transformative Biomaterials Platform for Spinal Cord Repair”, funded by the New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF) Transformation Program.

Qualifications

PhD in any discipline relevant to spinal cord injury: e.g., neuroscience, biomedical engineering, biomedical ethics, population and public health, health promotion and behaviour change, medical anthropology, medical sociology. Excellent academic credentials. Working knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methodology and design. Computer proficiency. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communication (written and oral) skills. Ability to work both independently and within a team environment.

Work Performed

The responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

  • Leadership of a team of researchers devoted to addressing ethical issues and the translation of innovative therapeutic tools and strategies into clinical trials and health care for people with spinal cord injury.
  • Data collection (e.g., content analyses, surveys, interviews) to characterize diverse individual perspectives on novel interventions for spinal cord injury, as well as analysis and tracking of informational and policy initiatives.
  • Priority setting for innovation using inputs from a wide range of stakeholders, including patients, inventors, scientists, and policymakers.
  • Interactions with investigators from the basic and life sciences investigators on Mend the Gap.
  • Presentations, publications, and reports on results as appropriate.
  • Leadership of and participation in task force and committee meetings.
  • Identification and organization of opportunities for patient engagement and for giving back to the spinal cord injured community.
  • Development and maintenance of collaborations and partnerships with SCI-focused community organizations.
  • Participation in other matters arising that pertain to the ‘Mend the Gap’ program and neuroethics broadly.

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