Job Number: 871116
Positions Available: 1 FTE
Years Experience Required: 1
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Posted Date: Mar 5, 2021
Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics
About the Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics
The Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is harnessing the power of high-performance computing to integrate and analyze the wealth of data generated about the brain. Our research is performed in an open science environment, with an emphasis on reproducible data-driven research and a patient-centric approach to accelerate identification and treatment of mental illness. A focus on global collaboration is key to transforming our understanding of mental health and its treatment. The Centre operates as an incubator for medical technologies to identify, manage and treat mental illness, while shaping policy at national and global levels.
The Computational Genomics group led by Dr. Shreejoy Tripathy at the Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics at CAMH (https://triplab.org/) is seeking a full-time, contract Research Coordinator (1 year). The successful candidate will serve as liaison for a series of projects related to the analysis, integration, and sharing of Patch-clamp based cellular neuro-electrophysiology data. This is a 100% “dry-lab” position.
The candidate will support a healthy workplace that embraces diversity, encourages teamwork and complies with all applicable regulatory and legislative requirements.
This position is physically located at the CAMH College Street Site with opportunity for some work to be done remotely. This position is funded through generous support related to a NeuroNex collaboration (https://www.nxwm.io/) and other sources based on collaborative grants with experimental labs.
The successful candidate will have a Masters in Neuroscience or a related discipline combined with two (2) years experience working in a relevant area in academia or industry. The ideal candidate will have a strong background and passion for cellular neuroscience research with multiple years of hands-on experience with Patch-clamp electrophysiology.
Experience with writing open source computational scripts for data analysis (such as in Matlab, Python, or R) is preferred. Evidence working collaboratively in a team setting is an asset. Evidence of strong written and oral communication skills, including teaching experience and science communication to the public, and working collaboratively in a team setting are strong assets. Experience with molecular biology (such as qPCR or RNA-sequencing) or bioinformatics is a plus but is not required.
Scripting skills and data visualization experience is an asset. The ability to independently manage multiple tasks and prioritize conflicting priorities is required. The successful candidate must have strong time management, organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated ability to think creatively with a focus on results and outcomes is preferred.
Please Note: This full-time 1 year contract position is part of the OPSEU bargaining unit.
Salary Range: $24.60 to $32.81 per hour
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