MNI Scientists do basic and clinical research, collaborate with clinical colleagues, and train students and fellows in their labs. They hold academic positions at McGill University and teach in a wide range of courses. MNI principal investigators and 200 trainees publish more than 200 articles a year in high impact journals. These outstanding researchers far exceed the national rate of success in securing research grants, and are invited to present their research findings at symposia around the world. Physicians work in an intellectually stimulating setting, they may do clinical practice exclusively, or combine research with clinical practice. These dedicated professionals develop their expertise in collaboration with research and clinical colleagues, and help to train students and fellows.
Assistant/Associate Professor in Neuroinformatics
The candidate is expected to be actively involved in all aspects of McGill’s academic mission (i.e. teaching, supervision of graduate students and involvement in academic and administrative committees). The successful candidate will be expected to conduct vigorous cutting-edge, externally funded independent research augmenting our existing efforts in the fields of neurosciences and neuroinformatics. The candidate will have an established reputation in neuroinformatics and extensive collaborative links to advance the agenda of the Ludmer Centre and HBHL. He/she will be expected to conduct independent research in this area, develop innovative strategies for “big data” analysis, obtain regular grant funding and maintain an energetic training environment for students, building their career at the interface between information science and neuroscience.
Associate / Full Professor (Faculty of Medicine - Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery)
The successful candidate will be expected to conduct vigorous cutting-edge, externally funded independent research augmenting our existing efforts in the field of neuro-immunology and multiple sclerosis. The candidate is also expected to supervise graduate students and to contribute to teaching related to McGill’s academic mission. The successful candidate will also lead the Neuroimmunological Diseases Group at the MNI.
The ideal candidate for this position will be an MD and/or PhD in neuroscience or related field, with an international stature and a track record of successful research and leadership in neuro-immunology and/or multiple sclerosis. Clinician-scientists are especially encouraged to apply.