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The Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics and Mental Health focuses on understanding the genetic, epigenetic and environmental influences that shape brain development including structure and function, and the risk for mental disorders.

This Centre spans the Lady Davis Research Institute/Institut de Recherches Lady Davis, the Douglas Mental Health University Institute/Institut Universitaire en Santé Mentale Douglas, and the Montreal Neurological Institute/Institut Neurologique de Montréal, all affiliated with McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Ongoing studies have collected longitudinal and cross-sectional data on many well-characterized samples from a range of tissues, and offer unique opportunities for studies of genotype–epigenotype–phenotype relations.

The Greenwood lab is hiring for the following positions at the Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research:

Bioinformatics Internship

Date posted: October 11, 2018

Bioinformatics Intern or Coop position, Lady Davis Institute, Montreal, QC

The Bioinformatics Core facility at the Lady Davis Institute invites applications for a Bioinformatics Internship. This fixed term position is for 4-6 months, with the possibility of extension. The successful applicant will join an interdisciplinary team and will participate in the design, development, implementation and maintenance of tools for managing and analyzing various OMICs-type data.


  • Develop, implement and maintain analytical pipelines for next-generation sequencing data analysis.


  • Training and coding experience in a relevant area (Computer science, Bioinformatics).
  • Proficient in Linux, python, bash and git
  • Proficient in coding in R language
  • Understanding of concepts and principles of molecular biology and proteomics is a plus, as is strong working experience in analyzing next-generation sequencing data.


The Lady Davis Research Institute is part of the Jewish General Hospital, and most researchers are affiliated with McGill University. The Bioinformatics Core Facility provides advice and analysis services to LDI researchers. The successful applicant will be supervised by Dr. Kathleen Klein, lead of the Core Facility. Applications should be sent to Kathleen Klein, Kathleen.klein [at]



Other available positions:

Other Postdoctoral Fellows Positions

There are often other post-doctoral positions available among Dr. Greenwood and her collaborators. Please contact Dr. Greenwood at celia.greenwood [at] to inquire.

Faculty Positions

Tenure-track Faculty Position open to rank of Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine - Department of Anesthesia, McGill University. Please visit the following link for more information.

Graduate Students

NEW PhD program in Quantitative Life Sciences at McGill, well along the approval pathway and accepting students for September 2018!

Description: Do you have strong quantitative training in statistics/mathematics and an interest in the fast-moving fields of human genetics, epigenetics, and brain development?  Have you ever worked with “big data” or want to acquire such skills?  If so, consider applying for a graduate degree in Dr. Greenwood's group. Applications from interested students are always welcome!

To apply: Contact Celia Greenwood

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