PDF - Linking Bacterial Infection to Immunity and Parkinson's Disease

University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec

Postdoctoral Position – Linking Bacterial Infection to Immunity and Parkinson’s Disease

The Trudeau (University of Montreal) and Gruenheid (McGill) labs in Montreal presently have a job opening for a postdoctoral fellow to work on a project linking bacterial infection to immunity and Parkinson’s disease, taking advantage of mouse models. The position is for 3 to 5 years and the salary will be determined based on previous expertise.

The Candidate

The ideal applicant will have expertise in neuroscience, including in one or more of the following techniques: primary neuronal cultures, neuroanatomy, behavioral analyses, electrophysiology and fluorescence imaging techniques.


Interested applicants should send a CV and statement explaining their previous training and motivation for this job to Dr. Louis-Eric Trudeau and put Dr. Samantha Gruenheid in copy (samantha.gruenheid@mcgill.ca).

Interested applicants can find out more about the two labs by consulting the following web sites:
Laboratoire Trudeau Lab

Samantha Gruenheid Homepage