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Postdoctoral fellow position


Looking for a self-directed scientist with an interest and experience in mathematical biology who is within 4 years of graduation with PhD. The project aims to develop mathematical models of bone homeostasis in relation to multiple functions of bone as mechanical, endocrine and hematopoietic organ.  The support for postdoctoral fellowship applications, conference presentations, and career development in general will be provided. Laboratory is located within the Shriners Hospital for Children – Canada, which offers outstanding opportunities for conducting interdisciplinary research. The initial appointment will be for 6 months with an option for further extension.

Qualifications and Skills: PhD in Physics, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science or related disciplines;  experience in mathematical modeling of biological systems; basic understanding of biological processes and an ability to search and read biomedical literature; experience is data analysis.

To apply please submit a cover letter and CV with contact information for 3 professional references to Dr. Svetlana Komarova, McGill University by email: svetlana [dot] komarova [at] mcgill [dot] ca

 

 

 

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