Open positions - Postdoctoral Associates
are looking for talented and highly motivated individuals with strong
interests in Computational Biology. Previous training in either a
biological (e.g.: molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry) or a
quantitative/technical field (e.g.: mathematics, physics, engineering,
computer science) is desirable. Ideal candidates enjoy working in a
highly collaborative international environment. Salaries will be
internationally competitive and commensurate with experience.
To apply, send a CV and 2+ letters of references to: pi (at) kimlab.org
Open positions - Graduate Students
will have a number of openings for graduate students. Background in a
biological or quantitative field is desirable.
If you are interested, contact pi (at) kimlab.org. Final admission is granted through the graduate programs in Molecular Genetics and Computer Science at the University of Toronto.
Open positions - Undergraduate and Summer Students
We always welcome undergraduate and summer students to
gain hands on research experience in a great environment.
Working at the CCBR / Living in Toronto
||The Terrence Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research is a great, collaborative environment. There are many excellent laboratories both in experimental and computational biology. We collaborate extensively both within and outside of the Center.
Toronto is one of the worlds
most important centers in biomedical science, rivaling the
Boston and Bay Areas (according to Nature),
and an ideal location to carry out integrative and collaborative work
such as ours. The center for basic research is the University of Toronto, one of the worlds
foremost research institutions. The U of T is consistently ranked among the Top 25 Universities in the world ( Reuters Science Watch [13th] / Higher Education Council [11th] / Newsweek [18th] / Academic [24th]).
Toronto is Canada's main economic centre and is also the fifth largest city in North America. It has a truly cosmopolitan feel without being overwhelming. It is the most diverse city in the world, roughly half the population is foreign born. Therefore, there are many vibrant ethnic communities and a great variety of available foods and goods. According to the Economist and other recent surveys, Toronto is one of most livable cities in the world (5th), with a great city life, good infrastructure, high safety and comparatively affordable housing.