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FacultyofScience The Faculty of Science is seeking a Research Scientist to join a team of Canada Research Chairs, environmental
 

Summary: FacultyofScience
The Faculty of Science is seeking a Research Scientist to join a team of Canada Research Chairs, environmental
researchers, and molecular scientists studying environmental issues related to water quality, aquatic ecosystems
and their protection. The Environmental Proteomics position is a new model for research in Canada, and includes
the responsibility both to conduct independent research and to facilitate the research of others through
collaboration and expert service. This Research Scientist will be expected to exploit, manage, maintain, and
upgrade instrumentation within the Cellular Impacts Facility (CIF), including: a Waters Synapt G2 HDMS, a Zeiss
Axio Observer confocal microscope, a Beckman Coulter MoFlo XDP cell sorter, and ancillary equipment. The CIF
is housed in the new $30M Environmental Quality Analysis Laboratory (EQAL2), a unique 6500 sq. ft research
centre at the University of Regina that provides world-class infrastructure and research expertise to faculty,
students and staff from regional, national and international agencies. EQAL2 contains all equipment required to
conduct cutting-edge environmental research including comprehensive field equipment, superb analytical
capabilities (GC, IRMS, MIMS, AA, LC-MS-MS), and a new numerical analysis laboratory with staff biometrician.
We are seeking an individual with a PhD and expertise in identifying biological molecules in environmental
systems. The successful candidate will have 3-5 years of proven research success, strong communication skills,
and experience in successful administration and supervision of students. Strong technical experience in
employing LC/MS/MS technologies in proteomics, metabolomics and small molecules chemistry is particularly
important. The ideal candidate will have an expertise in the emerging area of environmental proteomics and be
motivated to advance the use of mass spectrometry in analysis of biomolecules in the environment.
The successful candidate is expected to develop an independently funded research program that takes full

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics