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Dr. Eric Sy Department of Medicine (Regina)

There has been an increasing number of critically ill patients, related to an aging population, improved chronic disease management, and expansion of critical care services. See more...

MSC Prospective students should contact Dr. Sy directly. You should include: A current CV (with at least three references who may be contacted), a letter of intent summarizing your research interests, relevant experience, strengths/weaknesses, and career goals, and a copy of your transcripts.
Dr. David Cooper  Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology

Opportunities for graduate students and research fellows to study bone microstructural dynamics. See more...

MSC, Ph.D., PDF

Interested candidates should contact Dr. Cooper and provide a current CV (including references) and cover letter summarizing relevant experience and related research interests. Those interested in student positions should provide a copy of their transcripts (informal is acceptable).

Dr. Changting Xiao Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology

Opportunities for graduate students and research fellows to study new aspects of lipid metabolism in the context of metabolic disorders and cardiovascular disease. See more...

MSC, Ph.D., PDF

Students and fellows interested in joining the lab should apply to Dr. Xiao at the e-mail address listed below. When applying, please send a 1-2 sentence ‘statement of interest’ explaining why you would like to join the lab, unofficial transcripts, and contact information of at least 2 references.

Dr. Anand Krishnan Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology

Opportunities to study the characterization of the nerve-tumor interface in animal models of breast cancer using proteomic approaches. See more...

MSc, Ph.D., PDF

Students and fellows interested in applying for this opportunity should contact Dr. Krishnan by email. When applying, please include a statement of interest, transcripts, and contact information for 2 references.

Dr. Soo Kim School of Rehabilitation Science

 Dr. Soo Kim, Associate Professor with the School of Rehabilitation Science at the University of Saskatchewan, is looking for a highly motivated graduate student (1 MSc) to work on breast cancer survivorship research focused on shoulder rehabilitation. See more...

MSc

Contact Dr. Soo Kim and include your CV, GPA, a 1-paragraph “statement of interest” explaining why you would like to join the team, transcripts (unofficial accepted) and contact information of three referees (one of whom can speak to your previous research experience). 

 

Dr. Scott Widenmaier Anatomy, Physiology, & Pharmacology

Opportunities to study new aspects of immunometabolism in the context of obesity-linked metabolic disease. See more...

MSC, Ph.D., PDF

Students and fellows interested in joining the lab should apply to Dr. Widenmaier by email. When applying, please send a 1-2 sentence ‘statement of interest' explaining why you would like to join the lab as well as unofficial transcripts and contact information of at least 2 references.

Dr. Juan Ianowski Anatomy, Physiology, & Pharmacology Opportunities to study cystic fibrosis airway disease pathobiology and the molecular and cellular mechanisms of epithelial transport that may contribute to lung disease. See more... MSc, Ph.D., PDF For application details please see Dr. Ianowski's lab's website.
Dr. Kerri Kobryn Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology The lab studies the family of enzymes referred to as telomere resolvases that form hairpin telomeres in Borrelia, Agrobacterium and several bacteriophages. See more... MSc, Ph.D. Dr. Kobryn is currently accepting applicants for the MSc and Ph.D. programmes, including government-funded students. The potential applicants are encouraged to discuss his/her research interests and questions about pursuing graduate study at the University of Saskatchewan with Dr. Kobryn at kerri.kobryn@usask.ca.

Dr. Michael Levin

Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology Join a dynamic, world-class, generously funded basic and translational science team studying the basic mechanisms of Multiple Sclerosis.
Post Doc Students 
Graduate Students
Masters Students 
MSc, Ph.D., PDF

Students and fellows interested in joining the lab should apply to Catherine Hutchinson by email. When applying, please include a CV, transcripts (unofficial is acceptable), a brief statement of interest, and contact information for at least 2 references

Dr. Brian Eames

Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology Come join an interdisciplinary team of researchers in the lab of Dr. Brian F. Eames in the Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology as an MSc, PhD or PDF in evolutionary transcriptomics. See more... MSc, Ph.D., PDF

Please send your CV (including names of 3 references), an unofficial copy of TOEFL results, if appropriate, and a written statement describing how your research experience and career goals make you the perfect candidate for this position to Dr. Eames at b.frank@usask.ca.  Applicants are reviewed from now until positions are filled.

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