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LMP2201H: Anatomy and Pathology of Organ Systems and LMP1105 (0.25FCE): Current Understanding of Atherosclerosis Winter: LMP1105+LMP2201
Teaching Assistant

Posting Date : September 11, 2020
Closing Date : October 02, 2020  (Posting Expired)


General areas of assistance are: 1. maintenance of course Quercus page -- collecting, organizing formatting, and uploading course material, files and readings on to Quercus. This is important in team taught courses where there are several different lecturers. 2. Answering student questions on the posted material and on course delivery. 3. Assistance with course delivery on Zoom and monitoring chat and general flow of the interactions among students. 4. Marking assignments, tutorials and quizzes. 5. There may be a need to have assistance in quizzes and exams for the purposes of maintaining integrity of the process.


PhD student with BSc in biomedical sciences -- preferably in LMP or related biomedical research area; Ability to work independently with Quercus and Zoom; Ability to prepare course material in biological sciences and to critic research journal articles.


Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology
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Winter: LMP1105+LMP2201
St. George
$46.24 per hour + 4% vacation pay
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How to Apply
Prepare a single PDF package with: CV, statement of courses taken and research interest, and grades. Submit electronically via https://lmp.forms-db.com/view.php?id=831…
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