Molecular Biochemistry of Hypertension research unitInstitut de recherches cliniques de Montréal (IRCM)110 avenue des Pins OuestMontréal (Quebec) Canada H2W 1R7
Directions to the IRCMTelephone: (514) 987-5716 or (514) 987-5634Fax: (514) 987-5717Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAvailable positions
Intelligent, motivated, hard-working, gregarious, fun-loving?If this describes you and you're considering graduate studies or a postdoctoral fellowship, you should contact the Molecular Biochemistry of Hypertension research unit at the Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal (IRCM). Projects range from the study of protein targeting and packaging in dense core secretory granules to the physiological effects of peptide hormones on the cardiovascular health of whole animals. Talented students have the possibility of directing their own research project while learning new techniques. In addition, weekly research and literature review meetings with other members of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Group on Proteases and Diseases based at the IRCM will expose candidates to a broad expertise ranging from molecular biology to clinical medicine.If you are satisfied with nothing less than excellence and you want to train and work with others of like mind in one of the most beautiful and safe cities in North America, forward a copy of your c.v. and names of three references to Dr. Timothy Reudelhuber, using the contact information above.