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The TRINKLE LAB is seeking a Research Technician.

A research technician position will be opening in the lab as of June 1, 2017.  The position involves general lab duties as well as active participation in ongoing research projects. We are thus seeking talented and motivated applicants with a genuine interest in cell and systems biology (MSc degree and cell biology experience preferred).

If you are interested in this opportunity, send your CV, along with contact information for three references to ltrinkle@uottawa.ca. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.  We are a member of the Ottawa Institute of Systems Biology (http://med.uottawa.ca/oisb/) at the University of Ottawa, in Ottawa, Canada.  Visit our lab website (www.trinklelab.com) for more information about our research.

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InformationOISB Principal Investigators are always looking for undergraduates, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows who want to join our competitive multi-disciplinary research programs. Please contact our Principal Investigators directly.

The TRINKLE LAB is seeking Graduate Students.

 The Trinkle lab is seeking MSc/PhD students to take the lead on new and existing project related to dynamic targeting of protein phosphatases within mammalian cells.  In these studies, a combination of molecular biology, protein biochemistry, high-end imaging and quantitative proteomics is used to functionally characterize novel protein phosphatase complexes involved in key cellular regulatory events such as DNA damage sensing/repair, protein translation and cell division. The end goal is the development of targeted therapeutic strategies for diseases such as cancer in which these processes are dysregulated.

If you are interested in this opportunity, send your CV, along with contact information for three references to ltrinkle@uottawa.ca. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.  We are a member of the Ottawa Institute of Systems Biology (http://med.uottawa.ca/oisb/) at the University of Ottawa, in Ottawa, Canada.  Visit our lab website (www.trinklelab.com) for more information about our research.


Tenure-track faculty positions are available in the both the Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology and Immunology and the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine: the primary appointments of most of the OISB faculty. For more information please see the Employment Opportunities at the Faculty of Medicine.

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