The below ad runs from May 1, 2021 to October 31, 2021.

Successful candidates must hold a doctoral degree or have equivalent qualifications and experience. Minimum starting salary is $40,617 per annum, plus a full range of staff benefits.

Application Process: Applicants are to submit a curriculum vitae and names of references to the contact listed under each chosen field. Applicants will be contacted if their CV matches the department's requirements.

Application materials, including letters of reference, will be handled in accordance with the protection of privacy provisions of The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Manitoba). Please note that curriculum vitaes may be provided to participating members of the search process.

The University of Manitoba is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from women, racialized persons, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of all sexual and gender identities, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

If you require accommodation supports during the recruitment process, please contact UM.Accommodation@umanitoba.ca or 204-474-7195. Please note this contact information is for accommodation reasons only.

Animal Science

Forages for ruminant livestock, greenhouse gas emissions, environmental modelling (E. McGeough); Meat Science & Technology, carcass grading and meat quality/tissue composition and nutrient composition, ante- and post-mortem factors affecting the meat quality, new packaging technologies to improve shelf life and safety of meat products (A. Rodas-González); Non-ruminant nutrition, digestive physiology, feedstuff evaluation, nutrition and gut health interactions, feed additives, nutrient management (C.M. Nyachoti); Beneficiary effects of nutraceuticals & herbal medicine in vascular disorders (Karmin O); Animal nutrient management and utilization, agrometeorological modelling, greenhouse gas exchange and carbon footprinting of livestock, agricultural nutrient management, environmental (including biodiversity, water, energy, land use), economic and social sustainability of ruminant production systems (K.H. Ominski); Microbial fermentation in ruminants and metabolic diseases of dairy cattle (J.C. Plaizier); Nutritional biochemistry, new feedstuff evaluation, antinutritional factors, feed enzyme technology (A.Rogiewicz); Biophysical modelling of agro- ecosystems (M.C. Cordeiro); Livestock nutrition, nutritional biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, digestive physiology, metabolic diseases of poultry and swine and functional feed additive development (C. Yang); Animal behaviour, health, and welfare related to management, housing, precision technologies, and farmer mental health (M. King).

Apply directly to Anam Anwar

Biosystems Engineering

Stored grain ecosystems, smart technologies for food processing, biological treatment of wastes, biological production of biofuels and bioproducts, remediation of contaminated soils & groundwater, instrumentation for soil & water monitoring, management of environmental odours, airborne disease transmission, bio-processing, infrared spectroscopy & electromagnetic imaging, animal and plant production environment, agricultural machinery systems, alternative building systems, surface engineering of polymeric materials, development of natural textile fibres, and tissue engineering.

Apply directly to Mandy Tanner

Centre for Earth Observation Science (CEOS/CERC)

Environmental education; atmospheric science with a focus in the field areas of electromagnetic and remote sensing of climate science, sea-ice geophysics, climatology, this includes either mid-latitude or polar environment; atmospheric science with carbon dynamics in polar marine environment; air-surface carbon exchange; estuarine and tundra environments of the Canadian arctic and sub-Arctic coastal zones; terrestrial ecosystem modeling (soil-vegetation-atmosphere); eddy correlation systems; forest ecology, agriculture or related biological field in statistical modeling; forest biophysical modeling; invasive species biology, landscape change and spatial analysis of the agro ecosystem in remote sensing and image analysis; human geography, human environment, human ecology, or other related fields with a focus on the impact of change on people, especially aspects of subsistence lifestyles (food, clothing, health, education, informal economy) in the boreal forest, arctic, or west coast island environments; atmospheric or meteorological sciences with a focus on one or more of the following: atmospheric modeling (any scale), atmospheric remote sensing, extremes in the weather and climate system, severe weather processes (mesoscale and synoptic scale forcings), surface-atmosphere coupling, boundary layer processes, environmental chemistry, environmental geochemistry, biogeochemistry, aquatic chemistry, cryospheric chemistry; sea ice biogeochemistry; mercury biogeochemistry; oil spills in the arctic; long range transport of contaminants to polar and alpine regions; chemical transport across environmental interfaces; chemical speciation and bioavailability; interaction between climate change and global contamination; processes related to melting glaciers, glacier-fjord-ocean interactions, sedimentary biogeochemistry, broad field of arctic system science with a particular emphasis on how sea ice relates to the areas of geomicrobiology, low temperature isotope systematics, biogeochemistry, physical oceanography or biological oceanography; glaciology, flow and deformation of ice, palaeoclimate, ice core studies, sea level rise from melting ice, processes related to flow of of ice streams, ice bergs and their role in the ecosystem;, ice sheets, studies of bromine and its relation to the ecological/graditional knowledge within northern communities; ecosystem health indicators modelling; marine mammal survey and spatial habitat statistics; climate change effects, hydroelectric regulation of freshwater on physical, biological and biogeochemical conditions – review and analysis of historical information, new data from summer and winter field studies/programs, and modeling of freshwater runoff, atmosphere-ice-ocean interactions, including physical, chemical and biological aspects of Hudson Bay oceanography; Ecotoxicology and ecological risk assessment, fate and effects of pesticides, toxicity tests and standard bioassay development and wastewater contaminants. Responsible for coordination among five research teams, organizing meeting, providing progress reports to Manitoba Hydro, the University of Manitoba, and NSERC.

Interested applicants can submit their application to Karen Wiens

Chemistry

Electrochemistry, materials characterization with x-ray and electron probe techniques, photoelectrochemical energy conversion, conducting polymers, environmental chemistry, environmental analytical chemistry, instrumental mass spectrometry, metallomics, inorganic chemistry, organometallic chemistry/homogeneous catalysis, high resolution microwave and infrared spectroscopy, computational chemistry, scanning probe microscopy, conducting polymer electronics, systems micro-electronic materials and devices, nanotechnology, liquid crystals and liquid crystal nanocomposites, nanoparticle synthesis and characterization, solid-state NMR of inorganic materials, natural products chemistry, polyketide biosysthesis, vibrational spectroscopy and spectromicroscopy, protein purification, protein biochemistry, structural biology, cell signaling, cell biology, plant (glycol) biology, biochemistry and molecular biology, systems biology, infrared and Raman microscopy of biological samples and polymers, drug design synthesis and in vitro and in vivo testing, organic chemistry, organic synthesis, development of novel antimicrobials, peptidomimetics, glycotherapeutics, medicinal chemistry, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), transmission cryoelectron microscopy, X-ray diffraction of proteins, protein NMR. The position requires candidates with graduate degree or higher.

Apply directly to the Chemistry Department

Cell Physiology and Molecular Biology

Research Associate (RA) in the area of cell signal transduction and molecular biology, for laboratory research on G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) signaling, functional selectivity and biased signaling, protein post-translational modification and trafficking, regulation of protein-protein interactions and effector regulation, and redox analysis. A successful candidate would have prior working experience with protein computational modeling, protein purification, mass spectrometry, protein interaction methods including fluorescence spectroscopy / fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET), enzymology and routine molecular biology techniques. Prior structure/function research on GPCRs and/or G proteins an asset, as is prior research in muscle cell signaling systems. 

PhD required, with relevant post-doctoral training. Position requires the ability to synthesize literature and propose a plan of action for development to the PI; the technical competence to undertake independent and interdisciplinary research; evaluate data as it is collected and suggest changes to the direction of the research or protocols; manage activities of the research team; prepare grant applications and manuscripts. The RA will also be involved in academic dissemination activities such as conference presentations and writing research papers, in collaboration with other researchers involved in the project. Teamwork and communication skills are necessary.

Contact: Shyamala Dakshinamurti

Community Health Sciences

Aging, applied statistics, arts-based health research, biostatistics, cancer, cancer epidemiology, child injury prevention, community-based and partnership based research, cultural safety, database development, data science, environment and health, epidemiology, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, First Nations/Métis/Inuit health and well-being, global health, health care delivery systems, health disparities, health economics, health policy, health services research, Indigenous studies, infection/ inflammation, knowledge synthesis, knowledge transfer, knowledge translation, machine learning, maternal and child health, mathematical modeling, mental health, military, veteran and family health, natural language processing, pharmaco-epidemiology, population health, program evaluation, psychiatric epidemiology, public health, qualitative health research, quality of care, quantitative social sciences, research project management, risk communication, rural and remote health service delivery research, social and behaviour sciences, social and indigenous determinants of health, spatial epidemiology/statistics, statistical and machine learning, strength-based research, trauma and resilience in children, vaccine epidemiology, vaccine hesitancy and vaccine safety and effectiveness.

Apply directly to Shannon Turczak

Data Science NEXUS

We are seeking a researcher with expertise in the field of data science, applied within the scope of commercial building efficiency and healthy building analysis. The successful applicant will be working directly with a private-sector startup in the building efficiency retrofit sector, with a focus on identifying best practices from industry literature and research application, while also pursuing field research in both controlled environments and real-world conditions. The majority of the work will take place onsite with the startup, in close collaboration with the Data Science NEXUS. A multi-disciplinary approach to literature review will be required, both in the fields of data science and building/environmental science. This position will be conducting and validating new research in the field with an immediate goal of research commercialization. Interest in the innovation space or a startup environment is considered an asset. Must possess graduate degree or higher.

Apply directly to Margaret Smith

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Applicants must hold a graduate degree or higher to be considered
Stochastic modeling of communication systems, markov chains, queueing theory, stochastic ordering of queueing systems, matrix-analytic methods, call admission control, capacity analysis of CDMA systems, tail probabilities, channel coding, LDPC codes, Gilbert-Elliot Markov channel modeling, sensors and actuators, biosensors, computational electromagnetics, microfluidics for biomaterial analysis, and conducting polymer devices, biomedical imaging, electromagnetic inverse problems, high voltage engineering, specifically in the following areas: condition monitoring in high voltage engineering, energy harvesting in high voltage systems, numerical simulation of high voltage transformers; electromagnetic compatibility, specifically in the following area: design, simulation, and fabrication of MRI cables; and radio resource management in femtocell networks, cognitive femtocell networks, power control in wireless networks. RF circuit design, microwave and mm-wave test, RFID system design, RF printed electronics, microwave systems, transmission line modeling. Photonics, biophotonics, solid-state lasers, laser spectroscopy and microscopy, nonlinear optics. Civil structural health monitoring, wireless sensing systems, biomicrofluidics, single cell electronic analysis. Biological Signal Analysis, and Biomedical Instrumentation. Biomedical engineering, Biological Signals acquisition and analysis, particularly Electrovestibulography, EEG, EMG and Respiratory sounds. Power system protection and electrical power distribution and distributed generation. Civil structural health monitoring, wireless sensing systems, biomicrofluidics, single cell electronic analysis, wireless communications and networking.

Apply directly to Sheri Miles

Entomology

Apiculture, honey bees, parasites, diseases, nutrition, viruses, resistance, immune response, defensive mechanisms, bee breeding, costs of resistance, gene-environment interactions, cultural controls, honey bee management, colony collapse disorder, winter survival of honey bees (R.W. Currie); Insect ecology in agricultural landscapes; ecosystem services, biodiversity, and landscape structure; insect dispersal; predator-prey interactions; trophic and guild interactions in multi-species assemblages; bottom-up and top-down regulation; trophic cascades; biological control; sustainable management of agricultural pests, aphid ecology; wheat midge, plant resistance, mechanisms of plant resistance against insect pests; pest management; ladybeetle ecology; natural enemy ecology; predator ecology; beneficial insects; sampling of pest populations; sampling of natural enemy populations; sampling of insects; cereal leaf beetle; parasitoid ecology; classical biological control; landscape ecology; crop protection; soybean aphid management; aphid ecology (A.C. Costamagna); Wild bees, Melittology, pollination, pollinators, plant-pollinator interactions, habitat enhancement, habitat restoration, Apoidea, collections management, curation, databasing, taxonomy, phylogeny, systematics, new species, biogeography, niche-modeling, phylogenomics, Ultra Conserved Elements, geographic information systems, social evolution, social behaviour, nesting biology, macrophotography, DNA barcoding, DNA sequencing, next generation sequencing, bee conservation (J. Gibbs); Geographic distribution of disease vectors, arthropod-host interactions, livestock pest management, emerging and re-emerging arthropod-borne diseases (K. Rochon). Agroecology, beneficial insect ecology, community ecology, diversity-ecological function trends, insect behaviour, landscape characterization and conservation, palynology, pollination ecology, pollen limitation, pollinator nutrition (K. Bobiwash)
 
Apply directly to Erika Hart

Environmental Assessment - Natural Resources Institute

The successful applicant will conduct independent research in support of an Impact Assessment Agency of Canada project aimed at identifying appropriate qualitative methods for IA of major projects in Canada, including both data collection and data analysis methods.
Responsibilities will include:

  • Work independently in contributing to the required literature review on qualitative methods appropriate for impact assessment. This may include identifying, reviewing and analysing literature under the guidance of the Core Team (WP1.1 and 1.2)
  • Lead the process of identify relevant case studies that have utilized qualitative methods, analyse case study documentation and identify key personnel (WP1.1)
  • Support and engage in targeted engagement activities undertaken by the Core Team. This could include assisting with the development of survey, interview and focus group protocols, setting-up events, taking notes, transcribing and analysing recorded proceedings (WP2.2)
  • Lead the preparation of a guidance toolkit for qualitative methods in impact assessment (WP3)
  • Contribute to the dissemination of findings (WP4), which could involve preparing journal and conference papers, briefing notes and workshop presentations on behalf of the Core Team.
  • Provide administrative support to the Core Team, which may include taking minutes of meetings, liaising with Core Team members and coordinating research activities.

Applicants require a PhD. All applicants must have demonstrated understanding and/or experience and skills related to environment assessment (environmental impact assessment; impact assessment) and qualitative research methods and design. A working knowledge of NVivo (or equivalent) is also desirable.

Please send your CV, the name of three references as well as a cover letter indicating your qualifications for the position.

 

Please contact Dr. John Sinclair

Immunology

Dr. Deanna Santer invites applications for the position of Research Associate available starting late summer/early Fall 2021 in the Department of Immunology, University of Manitoba in Winnipeg (Canada). Dr. Santer was recruited to the University of Manitoba in November 2020 and holds a GSK Research Chair in Immunology of Infectious Diseases. Her research over the past 15 years has involved studying the regulation of human immune responses in autoimmunity, after vaccination, or during a viral infection.

Lab website: https://sites.google.com/view/thesanterlab/ 

The successful candidate will hold a PhD in an area such as immunology, cell biology, biochemistry, or virology with at least 2 years of postdoctoral experience. The candidate will lead innovative research projects investigating type III interferon biology related to immunoregulatory mechanisms at baseline versus periods of chronic inflammation. Techniques include confocal microscopy, immunohistochemistry, up to 14-color flow cytometry, CRISPR/Cas9 editing, various cell culture/cell isolations including processing human blood, RT-qPCR, RNA sequencing analysis, and more. Experience with flow cytometry, RNA sequencing analysis (including R), human immune cell culture, and animal models (mouse), including organoids, would be an asset. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required with a strong track record of peer-reviewed publications and scientific presentations. Lastly, the candidate must be able to multi-task, be very detail-oriented, assist trainees as needed, and be a team player to contribute to a positive lab culture.

The initial contract will be 1 year, with the possibility of extension.

Candidates should submit their cover letter outlining their research interests and background specific to this posting, CV and names of 3 references to Dr. Santer via email at deanna.santer@umanitoba.ca.

Apply to Dr. Santer
 

Immunology, Faculty of Medicine

Immunobiology of infectious disease; chronic inflammation; autoimmunity; rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, inflammatory bowel disease; leukemia, lymphoma, breast cancer, cancer immunotherapy; natural killer cell and natural killer T cells; dendritic cells; induction of transplantation tolerance; molecular signalling mechanisms; B lymphocyte biology; antibodies; T lymphocyte differentiation and function; neutrophils and allergic immune responses; regulation and function of Fc receptors; cytokines and cytokine receptors; host defence peptides; immune responses to parasites; Leishmania; Trypannosomes; cell therapy; bone marrow transplantation; mucosal immunity; animal models of chronic disease, immune deficiency and infection, vaccination strategies; bacterial infection, chlamydia; immune regulation; allergy; airway inflammation; neuroimmunology; pathogenesis of HIV infection; live-cell imaging host-pathogen interactions, immune cell migration, flow cytometry; immunophenotyping; immune biomarkers; lentiviral-based gene therapy; proteomics; systems biology. 

Apply to Silvia Panameno or Directly contact Faculty members

Mechanical Engineering

Field of Research: finite element method, adaptive algorithms in FEM, structural analysis with FEM, meshless methods, general finite difference method, quantitative nondestructive evaluation with computational inverse methods;  multiaxial fatigue, fracture mechanics, elasticity, plasticity, composite materials, nano-mechanics,  mechanics of materials, nonlinear dynamics, legged locomotion robotics, biomechanics, computer assisted industrial engineering, computer integrated manufacturing, robotics, integrated CAD,CAPP,CAM systems, reverse engineering, system modeling and simulation, manufacturing process, forming and joining of metals, mechanical properties and repair of gas turbine alloys, teleoperation and robotics, control systems, actuators and fluid power, fracture mechanisms and mechanics, fatigue, acoustic emission, polymers, dislocation theory, corrosion, microstructure-mechanical properties of materials, aerospace materials, polymer and composite processing, composite joining and bonding, thermomechanical processing and microstructural characterization of metallic alloys, processing-microstructure-property relationship studies in nanostructured materials and process development optimization and physical metallurgy of joining of aerospace alloys, alternative energy and modeling of biomass energy conversion systems, high velocity kinetic turbines, icing of wind turbines, droplet and spray vaporization and combustion, turbulent flow, aerospace engineering, acoustic wave propagation, supercritical flow stability, complex flows, industrial multiphase flows, ice accretion measurement, steam condenser modelling, computational fluid dynamics, transport phenomena in porous media, core analysis, two-phase flow in condensers, heat transfer augmentation, experimental fluid dynamics, turbulent flows, laser doppler velocimetry, turbulence modeling, large-eddy simulation, direct numerical simulation, environmental fluid mechanics, transport phenomena, tissue engineering, nanomedicine, biocomposites for implantation, biointerface, gene/stem cell therapy, atomistic modeling and simulations, yielding and plasticity in nanocrystaline materials and metallic glass, diffusivity and mobility of grain boundary, structural health monitoring, structural repair and enhancement, energy harvesting and nano-technology, nanomechanics and computational material science, atomistic modeling and simulations, yielding and plasticity in nanocrystalline materials and metallic glass, diffusivity and mobility of grain boundary. 

Graduate degree or higher required.

Contact: Jill Lautenschlager
 

Neuroscience Research Program, Pharmacology and Therapeutics

Research Associate duties will include independent research in close consultation with the primary supervisor in chronic stress and depression studies, particularly focusing on the roles of oxidative damage and neuro-inflammation in the development of stress and depression. 

Research techniques include cell culturing, real time-PCR, immunoblotting analysis, co-immunoprecipitation, ELISA, immunohistochemistry, DNA cloning, cell transfection, gene knock down and animal behavioural tests, among others.

Successful candidate must hold a doctoral degree.

Apply Directly to Karen.Donald@umanitoba.ca

Nursing: IN•GAUGE

Dr. Roberta L. Woodgate invites applications for the position of Research Associate at the College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba in Winnipeg (Canada). Dr. Woodgate (she/her/hers) is an internationally renowned Child/Youth researcher who holds a prestigious Tier 1 Canadian Research Chair in Child and Family Engagement in Health Research and Healthcare. An integrated knowledge translation approach that engages children, youth, and families in the co-design of research is a cornerstone of her research program entitled IN•GAUGE (website: www.ingauge.ca). Her research program represents her dynamic approach to involve children, youth, and their families and interact with clinicians, caregivers, researchers, and decision-makers in the research process, and to be innovative in the exchange of knowledge. 

Dr. Woodgate researches the perspectives and lived experiences of children and youth across a wide range of health conditions and disabilities (e.g. mental illness, complex care needs and conditions, chronic illnesses, cancer, brain tumours) and life challenges (e.g. transitioning from the child welfare system, access to respite services); as well as various communities (e.g. Indigenous youth and their families and newcomer families). Dr. Woodgate adopts a human rights-based approach that provides critical information for exploring young people's perspectives and lived experiences. As well, Dr. Woodgate uses child and youth friendly methodologies and innovative, art-based approaches in integrated knowledge production and translation strategies that help children and youth express themselves. Roberta’s research works to improve the well-being of children and youth and their families. 

The successful candidate will hold a PhD in a social sciences or health related discipline and have related training and experience in the fields of child/youth health research and qualitative research. The successful applicant should be familiar with variety of research methodologies (for example qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods, arts-based and/or systematic review methodologies). The successful candidate must be able to work independently and collaboratively on Dr. Woodgate’s research projects. Familiarity and experience in writing research grants and conducting systematic reviews would be an asset. Demonstrated record in writing including peer reviewed publications and previous experience in research project coordination is required. 

Apply directly to Dr. Roberta L. Woodgate
 

Nursing: IN•GAUGE - Abinoonjees Nikanenim: Delivering Mental Health Services to Youth Living in Island Lake Anishininew Nations

Dr. Roberta L. Woodgate invites applications for the position of Research Associate at the College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg (Canada). The Research Associate will coordinate  a five-year project entitled “Abinoonjees Nikanenim: Delivering Mental Health Services to Youth Living in Island Lake Anishininew Nations.” The purpose of this community-based research study is to conduct an evaluation of the enhanced telemental health services model to examine its impact in delivering mental health service to First Nation youth living in the four Island Lake Anishininew communities in Manitoba.

Required Skills, Qualifications, and Experience

  • PhD in the social sciences, Indigenous studies, or health related discipline, with related training and experience in the fields of Indigenous health, youth health research, and/or qualitative research
  • Previous experience in research project coordination is required and applied knowledge with data collection and analysis processes
  • Experience conducting community-based research is an asset
  • Demonstrated record in writing including peer reviewed publications 
  • Be able to work independently and collaboratively
  • Willing to travel to remote locations
  • Familiarity with an Indigenous language is an asset
  • Significant experience living and/or working with Indigenous communities and stakeholders including Elders, Knowledge Keepers, and community members and well-versed in research ethics and protocols is essential. 

Dr. Woodgate (she/her/hers) is an internationally renowned Child/Youth researcher who holds a prestigious Tier 1 Canadian Research Chair in Child and Family Engagement in Health Research and Healthcare. An integrated knowledge translation approach that engages children, youth, and families in the co-design of research is a cornerstone of her research program entitled IN•GAUGE. Her research program represents her dynamic approach to involve children, youth, and their families and interact with clinicians, caregivers, researchers, and decision-makers in the research process, and to be innovative in the exchange of knowledge. Dr. Woodgate researches the perspectives and lived experiences of children and youth across a wide range of health conditions and disabilities (e.g. mental illness, complex care needs and conditions, chronic illnesses, cancer, brain tumours) and life challenges (e.g. transitioning from the child welfare system, access to respite services). Dr. Woodgate adopts a human rights-based approach that provides critical information for exploring young people's perspectives and lived experiences. As well, Dr. Woodgate uses child and youth friendly methodologies and innovative, art-based approaches in integrated knowledge production and translation strategies that help children and youth express themselves. Roberta’s research works to improve the well-being of children and youth and their families. 

Apply directly to Dr. Roberta L. Woodgate

Harm Reduction Research

Dr. Em Pijl invites applications for the position of research associate at the College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba. The position is 2-3 days per week. Dr. Pijl’s research focuses on the clinical and social value, and public acceptability of, harm reduction services for people engaging in problematic substance use. The successful candidate will have:

  • a graduate degree in a health or social sciences discipline;
  • training and experience in the fields of substance use and/or harm reduction;
  • experience with a variety of research methodologies, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods, and systematic reviews;
  • experience in writing for peer-reviewed publications;
  • experience in research project coordination;
  • working knowledge of ethics, confidentiality and security issues related to research; and,
  • experience using computer software related to word processing (MS Word), data management (SPSS, SAS or R; Covidence; MAXQDA) and literature searches, retrieval, and storage (reference management systems such as EndNote). 

Familiarity and experience in writing research grants would be an asset.  The successful candidate must be able to work independently and collaboratively on Dr. Pijl’s research projects.

Apply directly to Dr. Em Pijl

Nurse Practitioner Health Research, Substance Use Harm Reduction

Research Coordinator or Associate: A qualified RC/RA with health research experience of quantitative and qualitative methods examining the role of nurses in the field of substance use or harm reduction. The RA will be responsible for project management or supervising/training staff to complete data collection (with virtual data collection experience an asset), individual open-ended interviews, writing field notes, participant observation, focus group interviews, and collecting and analyzing survey data. The RC/RA will draft grants, reports or brief non-technical reports for communities, academic publications and presentations, manuscripts, and other written documents as requested. An RC/RA with experience using statistical and other computer software related to data collection or organization is an asset. Must be familiar with ethics, confidentiality and security issues related to research, experience using computer software related to word processing and data management (e.g., Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel) and literature searches, retrieval, and storage (e.g. Reference Management Systems Mendeley or Zotero). 

Apply directly to els.duff@umanitoba.ca
 

Oncology and Hematology

Functional genomics, bioinformatics, and stem cell biology, mouse models of cancer, tumor metastasis, apoptotic signaling, epigenetics and proteomics, molecular biology, cancer biology, RNA splicing, cell culture, microscopy, histone isolation and analyses, chromatin immunoprecipitation assay, chromatin fractionation, DNA and RNA isolation, ChIP-sequencing, RNA-sequencing, microRNA isolation and analyses, isolation of nuclei, protein isolation, enzyme purification and assays, two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. FPLC and HPLC, working with animals, siRNA and lentiviral knockdown, preparation of samples for mass spectrometry and data analysis, fluorescence in situ hybridization, 2-D gel electrophoresis, cryosectioning. CRISPR technology, high content imaging, synthetic lethality, drug target identification, semi-quantitative imaging analyses, dose response curves, real-time cellular analyses, background in cancer genetics, epithelial cell biology, and bioinformatics analyses of Next Generation DNA sequencing.

Apply directly to Debbie Patkau

Physics and Astronomy

High resolution microwave and infrared spectroscopy; experimental condensed matter physics; nanomagnetism (nanoparticles and thin-films); x-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) and x-ray magnetic circular dichroism (XMCD); atomic probes of nuclear magnetism;, magnetism in constrained geometries; drug delivery and hyperthermia; nanocomposites; condensed matter theory and statistical physics; theory of chiral magnetic polaritons; mathematical physics; strongly correlated quantum systems; spin chains and quantum wires; non-equilibrium dynamics of ultra cold atomic gases; computational modeling of point defects in insulators; graphene-structured systems; atomic and molecular physics; electronic properties of nanostructures; spin transport in quantum systems; electron conduction in the DNA; spintronics; precision atomic mass measurements on stable and unstable nuclides using ion traps; beta-neutrino and beta-delayed neutron correlation measurements in the decay of trapped ions; time-of-flight mass spectrometry of biomolecules, experimental subatomic physics, lasers; laser trapping and cooling; ion trapping and cooling; radioactive beams; subatomic physics theory; high-energy astrophysics; galactic plane survey; astrophysics of compact objects and supernova remnants; clusters of galaxies; active galactic nuclei; detection systems and signal processing for medical imaging applications; biological physics; microfluidics; medical physics; ultra high vacuum, cryogenic instruments; scanning tunneling microscopy; ultrafast optical measurements and lasers; Ultrafast magnetism; THz spectroscopy;cavity spintronics and cavity magnonics; ultrasonic spectroscopy and wave physics of complex materials.

Apply directly to Robyn Beaulieu

Psychiatry

Qualitative and quantitative studies in traumatic stress, suicide, bereavement, neuroscience, and neuromodulation. Lab-based research in neurosciences such as neuropharmacology, neurochemistry, neuroanatomy, schizophrenia, depression, multiple sclerosis, mental health services and virtual care, and indigenous studies. Studies being done at the Manitoba palliative care research unit are focused on patients with life threatening and life limiting conditions. Epidemiological research with large datasets; synthesize literature and propose a plan of action for development to the Principal Investigator, evaluate data as it is collected and suggest changes to the direction of the research or protocols; manage activities of the research team or lab; team work. 

Candidates must hold a Masters or PhD; or have equivalent qualifications and experience.

Apply directly to Dr. James Bolton

Soil Science

Department of Soil Science
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg  R3T 2N2
soilsci@umanitoba.ca

Field(s) of research

agricultural nutrient management and optimization
nutrient dynamics, loading, transport and export from agricultural land
dynamics of greenhouse gas exchange
pesticide fate monitoring, modelling and contamination risk assessment
soil erosion, redistribution and its impacts
tillage impacts on agriculture and the environment
arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal ecology
nematology
remediation of contaminated land
water management in agricultural watersheds

Research Associate checklist

The candidate will:

  • have a PhD
  • synthesize the literature and suggest a plan of action for proposal development to the PI
  • be technically competent in their field of study to undertake independent and team research at a world-class level
  • evaluate data as it is collected and suggest changes to the direction of the research or the protocols
  • be expected to prepare manuscripts and grant applications
  • be expected to produce their own research paper in collaboration with other researchers involved in the project
  • manage the day-to-day activities of the research project

Contact: soilsci@umanitoba.ca