Next-generation risk assessment of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)
Opportunity for a post-doctoral position that bridges research and regulation to advance understanding of the potential human health hazards and risks of exposure to per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). The candidate will work on cutting edge organoid models using high-throughput transcriptomic technologies and bioinformatics to derive and interpret data surrounding PFAS toxicity. Don’t miss this important chance to develop translational tools and approaches to provide key information on the health risks of PFAS. Apply now – position must be filled ASAP.
Highly motivated candidates with a strong background in PFAS and/or toxicology are encouraged to apply. Bioinformatics experience with handling large sequencing data sets is a plus. The position is available now.
Candidates are required to have obtained a PhD in biology, bioinformatics or related discipline within the previous 5 years.
-Graduation within the last three (3) years* with an acceptable doctoral degree from a recognized post-secondary institution in a field of natural sciences with a specialization related to the duties of the position (see list of specializations below).
-Applications will be accepted if applicants are currently enrolled in a doctoral program at a recognized post-secondary institution; however, candidates must meet the education requirements in order to be appointed to a position.
-LIST OF EDUCATION SPECIALIZATIONS: Bioinformatics, Genomics, Toxicology
-Reliability security clearance (to be obtained following selection)
How to Apply
Send you CV and transcripts (BSc and MSc) by email to:
Dr. Ella Atlas, Hazard Identification Laboratory at Health Canada
Dr. Carole Yauk, University of Ottawa