Interested in joining our team?

We are always in the market for motivated and talented people. If interested please send your CV/Resume to Kirsten Obernier.

Currently we have open positions for people with the following skills: 

  • Specialist - Cancer Molecular Biology & Proteomics this role will focus on mapping protein interactions and signaling networks for complex biological problems on cross-disciplinary projects. This role is an excellent opportunity to learn several valuable, cutting-edge techniques in cell and molecular biology. 
  • Lead Cancer Biologist this role will focus on providing scientific oversight including review and advice on study design, modeling, data analysis and validation, team management, and suggesting new approaches.
  • Lead Infectious Disease Scientists is seeking someone who will lead a team of researchers and trainees in unravelling mechanisms of infectious diseases. You will launch new projects and provide strategic planning to our infectious diseases grant portfolio.
  • Lead Neuroscientist looking for a highly motivated and innovative Lead Neuroscientist to spearhead research efforts and facilitate the coordination of large collaborative scientific initatives. You will design, oversee, and coordinate collaborative projects with a variety of academic institutions, philanthropies, and industry partners. 
  • Specalist - Cell Engineering this role will focus on utilizing cutting-edge CRISPR gene editing methods to support cell engineering projects that are part of a larger research platform designed to study disease biology at the cellular level and identify new therapeutic modalities. 
  • Proteomics Researcher is seeking a basic sicence full-time Researcher who will work closely with senior members of the lab to perform and analyze experiments in proteomics and mass spectrometry. 
  • Junior Specialist / Assistant Specialist looking to focus on mapping protein interactions and pathways involved in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and latency. You will learn and apply different cellular, molecular, and biochemical assays to validate these findings. 
  • Bioinformatics Postdoctoral Researcher looking to develop novel computational methods to integrate diverse high-throughput datasets produced in-house as well as publicly available datasets across a range of projects.
  • Virology Postdoctoral Researcher is seeking an independent and creative researcher for a postdoc position to study the molecular mechanisms and pathways underlying virus infection. 
  • Specialist – Protein Structure and Proteomics studying protein interactions and structures from endogenously tagged and purified protein complexes. Validating CRISPR-ki cell lines and primary cells, apply affinity purification, chemical cross-linking, and sample preparation for mass spectrometry (MS) analysis, and enzymatic and virological-based assays for functional characterization.
  • Scientist - Positions for QCRG AViDD research seeking motivated scientists of different backgrounds who are interested in understanding virus pathogenesis and are excited to impact disease by developing antiviral therapeutics.
  • Scientific Project Manager coordinating large collaborative scientific initiatives of the QBI including managing multi-PI biomedical research grants, facilitating communication among multiple stakeholders, tracking project deadlines, aims, and budgets and driving projects through to completion.

Ongoing Interests in the Krogan lab:

We are always looking for highly motivated candidates interested in cancer, neuroscience and infectious disease projects! Specifically:

  • Postdoc with expertise in infectious disease / virology with an interest in studying pan-pathogen host factors and their molecular mechanisms.
  • Postdoc / Staff Scientist with hands on mass spectrometry expertise.
  • Postdoc / Staff Scientist with computational expertise to build and apply data analysis tools.
  • Postdoc with expertise in neuroscience with an interest in studying protein-protein interactions in healthy and diseased states (neurodevelopmental, psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders) and the molecular mechanisms underlying disease.