Post-Doctoral Fellowship

We are seeking qualified individuals to pursue mutually beneficial projects related to the current research program in the OCIL at the BC Cancer Research Institute. Fellowships can start early 2023.

There are several research projects of interest, including but not limited to, development of OCT systems for endoscopic imaging in the 800nm band, time-resolved fluorescence imaging, and multimodal endoscopic imaging. The successful candidate will join an interdisciplinary research group including engineers, imaging scientists, and clinicians.

See the OCIL Recruitment Page for details.

Interested candidates should forward a cover letter that expresses their research interests, curriculum vitae, and two references to Rebecca White (rebecca.white@bccrc.ca) with “OCT PDF 2023” in the subject line.

Studentships – Fall 2023

Would you like to work at the interface of engineering and medicine? Do you have a background in engineering or physical science and the desire to apply it to the early detection of cancer?

We are accepting applications for MASc/PhD Studentships in the Optical Cancer Imagine Lab (OCIL) at the BC Cancer Research Institute. Expected start date is September 2023.

See the OCIL Recruitment Page for details.

Interested candidates should forward a brief cover letter that expresses their research interests, curriculum vitae, and references to Rebecca White (rebecca.white@bccrc.ca) with “PHD STUDENTSHIP 2023” in the subject line.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship

We are seeking a qualified individual to lead a funded research project to develop image-guided biopsy tools for the lung. Primary responsibilities include:

  • design, development, and validation of catheters for image-guided biopsy
  • development of combined OCT and fluorescence systems
  • ex vivo and in vivo studies
  • pilot study design and execution
  • publication of scientific results at international conferences and in peer-reviewed journals

This is a one-year term position, with the possibility of extension for a second year, based on performance and funding sources. Read the fellowship posting for more details.

Interested candidates should forward a cover letter that expresses their research interests, curriculum vitae, and two references to Rebecca White (rebecca.white@bccrc.ca) with “OCT PDF” in the subject line.