Job offer: Postdoctoral researcher | McGill

A postdoctoral researcher

Position Summary

To establish the psychometric properties, including reliability, validity, and responsiveness, of a new measure specific to children with rare musculoskeletal disorders, called SHAPE-UP; To determine the usefulness of SHAPE-UP using one-on-one interviews with clinicians, youth, and caregivers; Knowledge creation and dissemination; Training of young interns in the laboratory throughout the year and as summer interns at local and international universities. This position receives external funding of $45,000 per year from Shriner’s.

Noémi Dahan-Oliel, OT, Ph.D.
Assiociate Professor, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy, McGill University;
Clinician scientist, Shriners Hospitals for Children;
Associate Researcher, CRIR



  • Ph.D. in a related field
  • Knowledge of French and English: McGill University is an English-language university where daily tasks may require communication in English, both oral and written. The level of English required for this position has been rated at level #4 (qualify) on a scale of 0-4.

More information about the position

  • Hours per week: 35 (Full-time)
  • Place of Employment: Shriners Hospital
  • Supervisor: Associate Professor (Professional)
  • Position Start Date: 2024-02-01
  • Position End Date: 2025-02-28
  • Deadline to Apply: 2024-02-14
  • Application Deadline: 2024-02-14

How to Apply

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