Polycystic Kidney Disease

Summary of responsibilities

The Molecular Genetics and Development Research Unit is seeking candidates to work on the polycystic kidney disease, the most prevalent genetic disease and considered a cancer in disguise. The environment is highly dynamic, fast-paced and research-oriented with cutting-edge technologies.

  • Understand the causes and mechanisms of the disease by generating mouse models
  • Define the signalling pathways, protein function and pathogenic mechanisms
  • Develop a novel diagnostic and treatment protocols.

Job requirements

  • Bachelor's or Master's degree
  • Knowledge and experience in the field of molecular or cellular biology

Conditions of employment

The student should have adequate academic record to be eligible to apply for support eventually.

To apply

Submit resume with contact information of two or three referees to the Research Unit Director marie.trudel@ircm.qc.ca


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