The GCRC is committed to coordinating and conducting independent basic and translational cancer research and training within a technologically advanced centre. Affiliated with McGill University’s Faculty of Medicine, the GCRC brings together distinguished scientists to provide an environment that fosters and encourages innovative approaches to understand the molecular mechanisms driving cancer progression, for cancer diagnosis, treatment and prognosis.
Housed within the newly constructed McGill University Life Sciences Complex, the GCRC supports modern core faculty facilities for genomics, metabolomics, high throughput screening, imaging, transgenic and animal research, and histology.
The Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre offers a challenging and dynamic work environment at many levels and is always looking for energetic and dedicated people to contribute to the excellence of the Centre.
The Centre is currently recruiting faculty members at the Assistant and Associate Professor level in various areas of cancer related research.
For more information, please visit the Faculty of Medicine website.
Training opportunities in a variety of cancer-related fields arise on an ongoing basis in the laboratories of the Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre. Individuals with a Ph.D. or M.D. degree in pertinent fields are eligible to apply. For more information regarding openings, please contact individual researcher(s) or forward CV to the main office of the GCRC.
Training of the next generation of researchers is an important part of the Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre’s mission. Scientists of the GCRC are always looking for ambitious and dedicated students to undertake graduate studies in their laboratories. For more information regarding openings, please contact individual researchers.
Undergraduate and medical students are welcome to apply for summer research training programs. The funding can be obtained from external funding agencies, from the Faculty of Medicine or from the individual researcher. Students are encouraged to apply in the month of January for timely consideration.
The Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre is always looking for students to assist with office and technical tasks. Several students eligible to the Work Study compensation are hired every year.
For more details, please consult McGill University Work Study Program.
Although a limited number of such positions are available, a resumé and a cover letter can be submitted for future considerations.
For current openings within the Faculty of Medicine, please consult the Faculty of Medicine Website.
For positions available throughout McGill University, please visit Working@McGill.
Rosalind and Morris Goodman Cancer Research Centre
3655 promenade Sir William Osler, Room 701
Montreal, Qc Canada H3G 1Y6
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