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Ontario Genomics-CANSSI Ontario Postdoctoral Fellowship in Genome Data Science
The Ontario Genomics and CANSSI Ontario Postdoctoral Fellowship in Genome Data Science is now open for applications.
This Fellowship is intended to support the work of early-career investigators pursuing research in the areas of genomics and data science with an emphasis on genomic medicine, including, but not limited to, methodology, application, and translation of genomic prediction tools such as polygenic risk scores; human-computer interactions; or novel genomic computational approaches to therapeutic identification. Proposed projects should be innovative, generalizable across applications, and not restricted to developing a predictive tool for a single application.
The Fellowship supports postdoctoral fellows undertaking full-time research at a CANSSI Ontario partner university or their affiliated research institutes. Candidates are responsible for selecting, contacting, and securing the commitment of two faculty members to jointly supervise them in their project, where at least one is a faculty member with a PhD in statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology, computational biology, genomics, or computer science. The second supervisor can be from any other field.
Funding availability: Up to two years
Maximum fellowship value: $50,000 per year
Expected number of awards: 2
Application deadline: November 1, 2023
Recrutement d’un étudiant au doctorat en statistique | Université du Québec à Montréal
Le département de mathématiques de l’UQAM accepte présentement des candidatures pour un doctorat en statistique dont la date de début est fixée pour janvier 2024. Le candidat retenu travaillera sur le développement d’outils méthodologiques pour l’analyse des données collectées à l’aide des techniques d’échantillonnage en chaîne telles que l’échantillonnage fondé sur les répondants. Le candidat qui sera choisi doit avoir obtenu une maîtrise en statistique ou biostatistique.
The Department of Mathematics at Université du Québec à Montréal is currently accepting applications for a PhD position in statistics starting January 2024. The successful candidate will work on the development of methodological tools for the analysis of data collected via link-tracing sampling techniques such as respondent-driven sampling. Applicants should have completed a master’s degree in statistics or biostatistics by the starting date.
Date limite (application deadline) : 15 novembre 2023 (November 15, 2023)
Postdoctoral Fellow in Statistical or Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Disease | School of Public Health | Université de Montréal
The School of Public Health at the Université de Montréal currently has a postdoctoral position open to work on statistical or mathematical modelling of infectious disease. The postdoctoral fellow will collaborate with a multidisciplinary group of researchers and stakeholders to obtain data, create models and translate the knowledge to a broad audience.
Selection Criteria: The candidate must have a PhD in Biostatistics, Mathematical Modelling, or a related area.
Terms of Appointment: This is a full-time position available for an initial period of 1 year, with possibility of renewal.
Application Process: Interested candidates should email their CV to Professor Bouchra Nasri (email@example.com) using the subject “Postdoctoral Position.”
PhD Student With a Focus in Biostatistics and/or Epidemiologic Methods | Institute for Work & Health
The Institute for Work & Health (IWH) in Toronto, Ontario, is seeking a PhD student with a focus in biostatistics and/or epidemiologic methods to work on a research project titled “Correcting for Participation Bias in Convenience Samples Using Multiple Reference Samples.” The student will work under the supervision of the principal investigator, Dr. Victoria Landsman.
The successful applicant is expected to have experience in statistical methods, solid knowledge of R software, and strong interpersonal and communication skills.
This is a part-time research position working up to 20 hours per week. The successful candidate will primarily work remotely but will need to be available for pre-scheduled in-person meetings at the request of the principal investigator. The project is supported by the Canadian Institutes for Health Research.
Application deadline: Open until position is filled
Mitacs Open Projects Opportunities | Ongoing
Mitacs offers various internship opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.