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The SGC (Structural Genomics Consortium) is seeking an enthusiastic Research Assistant primarily to provide protein production support for SGC projects for screening of compound libraries and crystallisation trials.


Closing Date:
Monday 28th August 2017

The SGC (Structural Genomics Consortium) is seeking a Research Assistant – Cell Culture Facility Coordinator with extensive experience in maintaining eukaryotic cell cultures to manage the SGC cell culture facilities, train staff and contribute to the expression scale up pipelines for insect and mammalian cells.


Closing Date:
Monday 4th September 2017

We are seeking a Laboratory Technician for the “Metabolism and Organelle Biogenesis” group. The group processes a large number of human medically-relevant proteins in recombinant expression systems and sets up purified proteins for structural and biophysical studies.


You will have attained a good standard of education in biology or chemistry or equivalent, experience in recombinant protein expression and purification, and excellent communication and organisation skills.


Closing Date:
Wednesday 6th September 2017

The SGC (Structural Genomics Consortium) is seeking an enthusiastic Research Assistant to provide molecular biology, eukaryotic expression and protein production support for a collaborative project between the SGC and the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology. The project is based on a discovery by the group of a novel mechanism of enhancing tissue regeneration by targeting endogenous stem cells and your project will be aimed at further understanding the signalling pathways.


Closing Date:
Monday 18th September 2017

The SGC (Structural Genomics Consortium) is seeking a Translational Scientist with leadership qualities to catalyse the translation of small molecule inhibitors identified within the SGC into clinical candidates for early-stage clinical trials in inflammatory disease.


Closing Date:
Monday 18th September 2017

Description: The Tong lab at the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) of the University of Toronto is seeking a talented and self-motivated PhD scientist to study the structure, function and mechanism of deubiquitinases (DUBs), with a focus on the role of DUBs in stress response and gene regulation. The successful candidate will utilize the high-throughput structural biology (HTSB) platform and biochemical/biophysical techniques to study the activity and regulatory mechanisms of these enzymes.

Closing Date:
Monday 25th September 2017

We have up to two vacancies in the SGC lab in Campinas (Brazil) for highly motivated scientists with a strong interest in using chemical biology to understand human health.
Please see the link above for further information.

Closing Date:
Saturday 30th September 2017

We have up to two vacancies in the SGC lab in Campinas (Brazil) for highly motivated scientists with a medicinal chemistry background who are interesting in using their skills to understand human health.
Please see the link above for further information.

Closing Date:
Saturday 30th September 2017
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