Employment opportunities

Research Assistant – Clinical Research Projects associated with the JAP Clinic

The incumbent of this position will be in charge of one or more projects associated with the JAP clinic, under the supervision of the coordinators, including a wide range of tasks ranging from recruiting young patients, to collecting data through research interviews, as well as various tasks related to data collection and entry, particularly through file review, follow-up and retention of participants.

Depending on his/her qualifications, experience, skills and interests, the position holder will also be assigned other tasks, such as contributing to the submission of projects to the ethics committee, writing reports, preparing presentations, etc., engaging in the research process of youth and partners, and supporting the use of technology platforms.

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Research Professional – SAR PEP Project: Assessing for Better Support

The Research Professional – Responsible for the scientific component of the project will work closely with Dr. Amal Abdel-Baki and the other principal investigators (Srividya Iyer, Annie LeBlanc, Manuela Ferrari, and Marc-André Roy), the other members of the research team already in place, and the various partners.

The execution of various tasks related to the scientific component of the project will be entrusted to him or her, such as writing protocols, planning and executing statistical analyses, writing articles, preparing presentations, etc.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Youth Mental Health and Early Psychosis

A group of researchers in youth mental health and early psychosis at the Douglas Research Centre (affiliated with McGill University) and the Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM) invites candidates interested in developing expertise and making significant contributions to research projects focused on youth mental health, early mental health intervention, and innovative research approaches and methods associated with these areas to apply for a postdoctoral fellowship.

The program is built on advanced services and knowledge transfer (KT) platforms such as ACCESS Open Minds, a pan-Canadian youth mental health network (CIHR-SPOR) and SAR PEP, a Quebec-wide learning health system of early intervention services for psychosis; and integrated clinical research programs such as the JAP Clinic and the Early Intervention and Prevention of Psychosis Program (PEPP). It also maintains links with many key initiatives in the field of early intervention and youth mental health (e.g., Aire ouverte, Quebec’s integrated services initiative for youth; clinical staging and stepped care working groups; etc.).

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