Assistant or Associate Professor (Research) Jarislowsky Foundation Distinguished Scientist in Thoracic Surgery Epidemiology
Faculty of Medicine – Department of Surgery, Division of Thoracic Surgery/McGill University Health Centre (MUHC)
The McGill Division of Thoracic Surgery is seeking to hire a Research Scientist at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor (Contract Academic Staff) wishing to become an integral member of a dynamic team of clinical, fundamental, and translational researchers and surgeon scientists investigating malignancies of the lung, esophagus, and stomach. The professorial rank will be according to the candidate’s qualifications and experience. The ideal candidate will have a PhD and post-doctoral fellowship in cancer epidemiology with experience interrogating both local clinic and large national administrative databases for outcomes. An additional focus will be on surgical outcome measures and quality of life following resection of these cancers based on existing large local prospective institutional databases. The candidate will be a member of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) Research Institute’s Cancer Research Program and its Centre for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, based at the Montreal General Hospital site.
Canada’s most international university, McGill, is located in vibrant multicultural Montreal in the francophone province of Quebec. The Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) is a diverse community of basic and clinician-scientists. Its mission is to generate and leverage discovery and innovation to establish the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) as a world-class centre of excellence in patient-centred medicine. Excellence in clinical, evaluative and fundamental research will bring the innovations that will transform health care, providing an integrated view of disease and patient information with related therapies.
The scientist will be involved in expanding the clinical and epidemiological research activities of the Thoracic Surgery Division within the Montreal General Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre. Duties include coordinating the clinical research activities of the Division of Thoracic Surgery, and collaborating with other major institutions in collecting and analyzing clinical data. The scientist will supervise students within the division and the Experimental Surgery graduate program and work closely with the McGill Division of Cancer Epidemiology.
Qualifications and Education requirements
The individual shall hold a PhD, have post-doctoral experience, and have a strong research background in epidemiology, preferably with expertise in esophageal or lung cancer.
Job Type: Contract Academic Staff
Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor
Job status: Full-time
Salary: Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience
Posting period: Please submit your application within 30 days of the publication of this advertisement.
- a cover letter & curriculum vitae (as 1 pdf document) - statement of research (if including other documents, combine to make 1 pdf) - the names and contact information of three referees
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