9 molecular-biology positions at University of Toronto

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | about 20 hours ago

    design, analysis and interpretation of genome-wide screens is expected. Experience with deriving and culturing cancer patient-derived cells and with cell and molecular biology techniques is required. OTHER

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | about 20 hours ago

    molecular biology techniques is required. OTHER: The incumbent must also show evidence of his/her ability to develop an independent research program and to independently direct projects. Experience preparing

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | about 1 month ago

    Molecular and Food Microbiology. Experience with conducting animal studies (rodent) and cell culture (in particular with intestinal cell lines) as well as molecular biology techniques including for the study

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | about 1 month ago

    supervision of the PI, the incumbent will provide basic laboratory support for a molecular pharmacology and neuroscience laboratory. Key duties include: performing routine assays techniques, cell culturing, and

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | 30 days ago

    microscopy pipelines and conducting high content screening experiments to the study the endocytic pathway. Qualifications : Ph.D. in Biochemistry or Molecular Biology with post-doctoral experience in yeast

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | 30 days ago

    experience with demonstrated academic and research expertise in the field of molecular biology. Extensive experience in cell culture, molecular cloning, lentiviral delivery, phage display, and preparing

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | about 20 hours ago

    ). The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting the molecular and neuropathological analysis of post-mortem human MS brain, performing analysis of complement activation/deposition in the CNS and

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | 2 months ago

    for a Limited Term Research Associate in the laboratory of Dr. Ken Croitoru in the Department of Medicine. The Croitoru laboratory is interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms behind genetic

  • University of Toronto | Central Toronto Roselawn, Ontario | about 2 months ago

    experience working with different cellular models including cell lines, primary culture, and induced pluripotent cells. Experience in molecular biology, viral vector design and genome engineering is also

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