McGill University is Canada's leading research university, ranked as one of the top 25 universities in the world. McGill has a large, active, diverse research group on tuberculosis, encompassing several disciplines, including epidemiology, clinical research, public health, genomics, diagnostics, molecular epi, health economics, modeling, sociology and international health. Members of the research group have a strong track record for innovative biomedical, clinical, epidemiologic and social research.
McGill invites recent PhD or MD graduates to apply for a one year, full-time fellowship, starting Jan 2010. The postdoctoral fellow will function as a junior investigator, participating fully in research and related scholarly activities. The fellow would participate in ongoing TB diagnostic research projects, help coordinate specific TB research projects, coordinate IRB/ethics submissions, conduct data management & analysis, prepare manuscripts, assist in writing grant proposals, and conduct systematic reviews & meta-analyses and methodological/statistical projects on diagnostic research.