Human Resources - Opportunities await

Overview

INTERNATIONAL CALIBRE TRAINING

VIDO-InterVac attracts top quality students and scientists for graduate student programs and research.

When open, InterVac will provide exceptional opportunities to work with CL3 pathogens.

  • Training at VIDO-InterVac provides students and postgraduates with unparalleled opportunities that open doors to exciting future career opportunities in research, industry, and government.
  • Former VIDO trainees and staff are now in senior positions in academia, industry and government around the world.

 

MENTORING

VIDO-InterVac is committed to providing every employee, student and scientist with the highest level of support, mentoring, and encouragement required for research success. 

 

NETWORKING

VIDO-InterVac hosts visiting scholars and participates in sabbatical arrangements, leading to international research networks that are reshaping the landscape for infectious disease research around the world.

  • Researchers include molecular biologists, virologists, immunologists, bacteriologists, biochemists, epidemiologists, veterinarians and clinicians from around the world. 

Opportunities at VIDO-InterVac

 

Inquiries about graduate studies and employment should be directed to Joyce Sander, Associate Director - Human Resources at (306) 966-7477 or joyce.sander@usask.ca


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