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Researchers

Introduction

The CHU Sainte-Justine's Research Centre is a national leader in the field of health care for mothers, children and teenagers, with an academic mission to create a highly-specialized knowledgebase in the field of biomedical research. The research Centre offers a number of positions to researchers, students and research staff.

Researchers

The research Centre currently has 178 researchers and is constantly looking for candidates who wish to pursue a career in the biomedical and pediatric fields of research. Fitting the institution's research areas of focus, candidates are selected in collaboration with university faculties and departments along with a number of hospital departments.

For more details about the different research opportunities available in the field of rehabilitation at the CHU Sainte-Justine, candidates can visit the Research Centre section.

Students

The Research Centre manages more than 300 graduate and post-graduate students annually who are under the supervision of world renowned researchers, favouring a focus-based scientific approach.
In addition to coordinating the Biomedical Science Program, the Research Centre also manages bursary programs that provide future young researchers with needed support so that they may fully develop their knowledge.

For more information, please visit the Resources for Students section on the Research Centre web site, or send an e-mail to Sandy Lalonde at:
sandy.lalonde@recherche-ste-justine.qc.ca

Laboratory Staff

Laboratory staff is recruited based on available research funds.

For more information, please visit the Research Centre's web site or e-mail your resume to Cristina Pulciani at:
cristina.pulciani@recherche-ste-justine.qc.ca

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