Qualifications include an MD, FRCPC certification in Nephrology and eligibility for specialist licensure in the province of Alberta, as well as an MSc and research experience in the area of translational (bench to bedside) research in chronic kidney disease, reproductive health and cardiovascular disease. The successful applicant must demonstrate evidence of publishing papers that have influenced the field and provided information that may be of interest to clinical and basic science audiences. The successful candidate must demonstrate evidence of an ability to collaborate, potential to lead a research team, and effectiveness in teaching at the University level. The successful candidate will be an individual who has expertise in clinical nephrology. Specifically, the Division of Nephrology is interested in a researcher who has expertise in mechanisms of chronic kidney disease as it relates to reproductive health and the relationship with cardiovascular disease. The recruit should be familiar with the Canadian health care system and be able to establish an independent research program that will produce high quality research.
The candidate must be eligible for Licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta.
Must read, write and speak English.
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All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and Permanent Residents will be given priority.