The postdoctoral applicant should have a strong molecular biology and engineering background. He/She should also have skills related to microfluidics and miniaturization.
Graduate students in Synthetic Biology
The MSc/Ph.D student in Biology will be working on projects related to DNA assembly and enzyme engineering. He/She is expected to have skills in molecular biology. Microfluidics experience is an asset.
Graduate students in Control Systems
The MSc/Ph.D student in Electrical Engineering will be working on projects related to automation and microfluidics. Specifically developing new control systems related to cell engineering and biology. He/She is expected to have skills in programming (e.g., MATLAB or similar).
Graduate students in Radiochemistry and Physics
The Ph.D student in Electrical Engineering will be working on projects related to developing new miniaturized platforms for radiotracer development. This project is in collaboration with the PERFORM center at Concordia. He/She is expected to have experience in chemistry or physics.
Graduate students in Automation
There are two positions. 1) A Ph.D student familiar in designing printed circuit boards, Arduino environment, and electronic design. 2) A MASc student familiar with software programming, creating GUIs using QT environment (or similar).
A part-time position is available for a lab technician that will help maintain lab equipment, lab orders, and training. Stipend will depend on experience.
To apply, please email Steve Shih your recent CV with cover letter, the job title you are applying for in the subject line, and contact information of at least two references. Postdocs please send three references.