Faculty Job Postings

Course Lecturer position in applied mixed methods in health researh

This course introduces students to combined quantitative and qualitative methods, and explores how they can be used complementarily in health research. Each student develops a mixed methods research aim, determines the most appropriate approach and all elements of a mixed methods research protocol. Students also develop the ability to read and critique mixed methods research. A final assignment requires students to submit a mixed methods project proposal.

Application deadline:  January 10, 2018
Salary: $8,200.00 
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Joint position in pain research for the Faculties of Dentistry and Medicine (Department of Anesthesia)

The Faculties of Dentistry and Medicine (Department of Anesthesia) are advertising to fill a tenure-track position in the field of Pain Research. McGill University is one of the world’s top-ranking universities. Our academics engage in outstanding research, teaching and learning, and service to the community. The Faculties of Dentistry and Medicine are Canadian and international leaders in research, teaching and service. The position is linked with the Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain at McGill University and its partner clinical unit, the Alan Edwards Pain Management Unit. These are first-rate, cross-faculty, multidisciplinary pain research facilities affiliated with the Faculties of Dentistry, Medicine and Science at McGill University. Pain research at McGill University is a priority for which it has an exceptional record of achievement. 

Application deadline: January 5th, 2018

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Research Associate in the lab of Dr. Luda Diatchenko Faculty of Dentistry 

The Human Pain Genetics lab, a part of the Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain at McGill University, is a multi‐ disciplinary team that investigates the psychological, molecular, cellular and genetic pathways that mediate both acute and persistent pain states. Our primary goal is to identify critical elements of human genetic variability contributing to pain sensitivity and pathophysiological pain states that will enable individualized treatments and therapies. Other related research endeavors include molecular hierarchy of functional single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and SNP‐ dependent regulation of gene expression that underlie molecular pain signaling. We are currently looking for a research associate to join our diverse team. 

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