The BC Children’s Hospital & BC Women’s Hospital (C&W) cares for the province’s most acutely ill infants and children and provides chronic, developmental and rehabilitation services to children and youth throughout British Columbia. C&W offers a broad range of health services and specialized health programs. In partnership with C&W, the University of British Columbia ‘s (UBC) Department of Pediatrics provides leadership and excellence in patient care, education, research and child advocacy through an exemplary team which includes physicians, scientists, allied health professionals and administrative staff.
In our progressive and energizing environment, you will find a rewarding career infused with the resources of an internationally recognized health care facility. You will be encouraged to make the most of your talents and be inspired to deliver excellence every day. With your management and financial expertise and experience, you will impact and influence the entire pediatrics department.’
Please click below to view current career opportunities across our divisions.
Research Associate, Division of Gastroenterology
The UBC Department of Pediatrics, Division of Gastroenterology invites applications for a Research Associate to join a multidisciplinary translational research program with specific goals to improve enteroids and enteroid derived monolayer cultures by using primary intestinal epithelial cell cultures to define the mechanisms underlying epithelial intrinsic innate defenses.
Postgraduate CBME Lead
The Paediatric Postgraduate Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) Lead will provide leadership and guidance for the Department’s 18 Divisions to meet the Royal College program requirements for competency-based medical education. The faculty Lead will play a key role in the transition and implementation process for Pediatric programs. This role will provide strategic overview of the Competency Committees for all Divisions and support the development of each program’s CBME implementation stage to successfully meet the Royal College accreditation standards.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Asthma and the Microbiome
Two postdoctoral positions are available to join an energetic and collegial group dedicated to enhancing the health of children. The successful applicant will work at the BC Children's Hospital Research Institute on this exciting collaborative project directed by Dr. Stuart Turvey. This position will be translational and interdisciplinary in nature aimed at examining microbiome sequencing data in a large birth cohort dedicated to defining the origins of asthma.
Applicants should have a recent (<2 years) PhD or MD/PhD with a strong background and publication record in a relevant field (e.g. immunology, genetics, molecular biology).
Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Translational Research Program
The UBC Department of Pediatrics invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to join a multidisciplinary translational research program with specific goals to decipher the immune response to vaccination and infection in newborns.
The successful candidate will have been awarded the Ph.D degree within the past five years or within 10 years of being awarded the MD or DDS degree. Expertise in the field of immune phenotyping (flow cytometry; multiplex (Luminex) assessment of soluble markers), molecular biology (including systems biology/OMICS, including the bioinformatics necessary for optimal analysis), as well as in vitro experimentation is desirable. Experience with animal models (murine) is a requirement.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Epigenetics and Asthma
A postdoctoral position is available to join an energetic and collegial group dedicated to enhancing the health of children. The successful applicant will work at the BC Children's Hospital Research Institute on this exciting collaborative project directed by Drs. Stuart Turvey and Michael Kobor. This position will be translational and interdisciplinary in nature aimed at examining whole genome DNA methylation and global gene expression in a large birth cohort dedicated to defining the origins of asthma.
Last Updated: May 9 2019
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