The Flores lab is hiring!
Positions for a research assistant and a postdoctoral fellow are open.
Research assistant - Full time - Molecular methods
Summary of position:
The laboratory of Dr. Cecilia Flores at McGill University is looking for a full time Research Assistant with experience in molecular biology methods to join her dynamic translational research group
Description of tasks:
Perform molecular biology experiments
Perform basic lab experiments
Bachelor degree or equivalent
Experience working with quantitative molecular biology methods
Excellent organizational skills
Able to work independently and take initiative
Good interpersonal communication skills
Location of work:
Douglas Research Centre
Depending on experience & in accordance with the Douglas Institute guidelines.
Instructions for submitting application:
Send CV to Mira Thakur at firstname.lastname@example.org
The laboratory of Dr. Cecilia Flores at McGill University (Department of Psychiatry)
has an opening position for a postdoctoral fellow. The research project concerns
cellular and molecular mechanisms by which social defeat stress in adolescence
disrupts brain development in males and females. This position is for a highly
motivated individual with interest in translational research and with experience in
behavioral testing in rodents and programing skills. Experience in
neurodevelopmental biology and/or neuroendocrinology is an asset. Applicants
should have a PhD in neuroscience or neurobiology and a strong publication
Interested individuals should send a curriculum vitae and the names/e-mails/phone
numbers of three people who could provide letters of reference by email to Mira
Thakur (email@example.com) and cc firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information please visit our webpage http://ceciliafloreslab.com
Congratulations to Andrea on her Thesis defense!
July 2022: Jose Maria's latest paper to be published in Biological Psychiatry: Global Open Science is now in press! Novel functional genomic approaches bridging psychiatry and neuroscience.