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Research & Development Pharmacist - Pharmacy Practice & Models of Care Interior Health Authority & Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
PART-TIME PHARMACIST FACILITATOR
Having opportunities to learn from practicing pharmacists is an important part of the student experience at UBC Pharm Sci. These pharmacists are able to share their knowledge with learners while simultaneously supplementing their own growth and development as a pharmacy professional. We are looking for pharmacists from a wide range of pharmacy backgrounds to teach in the Entry-to-Practice PharmD program at UBC.
Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Health Economics of Genome-Wide Sequencing
The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Collaboration for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE) invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship position at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver Campus). The successful candidate will be responsible for health economics research related to the clinical application of genome-wide sequencing and the delivery of genetic counselling to facilitate clinically appropriate and value-consistent decision-making by patients and healthcare providers.
Professor & Associate Dean, Research
Lecturer and Coordinator
Applications are invited for a full-time position of Lecturer and Coordinator, Office of Experiential Education (OEE), Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, UBC, for an initial term of one year, with the possibility of renewal on an annualized basis.
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pharmacogenomics/Personalized Medicine
The successful candidate will lead research projects that use genetic research strategies to ultimately prevent adverse reactions in paediatric patients. This is a key role in a large-scale project that aims to identify genetic determinants of severe childhood adverse drug reactions. This project uses innovative, large-scale genomic analysis strategies to define ADR causal genes and to develop predictive tests to offer personalized dosing recommendations for commonly used drugs.