NMIN Resources for Network Researchers

NMIN Strategic Initiatives Funding

Open, ongoing call for applications

NMIN’s Strategic Initiatives (SI) program supports rapid responses to just-in-time research, commercialization or knowledge mobilization opportunities.

Budgets may be requested to a maximum of $50,000. Projects must be achievable within a one-year timeframe and be aligned with NMIN’s mission and vision.

Application Guidelines  |  Questions: danrogers@nanomedicines.ca

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NMIN's Online Intellectual Property (IP) Management tools

These three interactive tools take you step-by-step through the processes of: deciding if you are in a position to pursue a patent for your IP; determining if you have Freedom to Operate (FTO); and filing a patentthree fundamental components of IP management.

NMIN’s three interactive tools take you step-by-step through the processes of: deciding if you are in a position to pursue a patent for your IP; determining if you have Freedom to Operate (FTO); and filing a patentthree fundamental components of IP management.

THESE TOOLS ARE NOT ACCESSIBLE ON SMALLER SCREENS OR MOST MOBILE DEVICES.

If you are seeing this text your device’s screen is too small to properly view these tools. Please access this page using a device with a larger screen.

Should I get
a patent?

A step-by-step guide

Do I have
freedom to operate?

A step-by-step guide

Patenting:
what’s involved?

A step-by-step guide

These tools were developed in collaboration with Wendy Lamson, former Partner & Patent Agent, Perley-Robertson, Hill & McDougall.

Take a video tour of the tools with Wendy.

Research Commercialization Resources

Navigating IP Risk: This recorded NMIN webinar, with patent/IP and trademark experts Wendy Lamson and Coleen Morrison, distills the topic down to an easy-to-understand synthesis and provides practical tips and tricks on how to manage IP risk throughout product development to mitigate future infringement.

Best practices in IP management: This recorded NMIN webinar with patent agent Wendy Lamson guides you through the processes of: deciding if you are in a position to pursue a patent for your IP; determining if you have freedom to operate; and filing a patent—three fundamental components of IP management.

IP Management Tools : These three interactive online tools, developed for the NMIN website, simplify IP management in step-by-step guides.

Canadian Intellectual Property Office online resources:

 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Executive Assistant position @ NMIN

NMIN seeks an Executive Assistant with demonstrated excellence in executive support & administrative planning to support the activities of a multi-million-dollar national research enterprise with multiple stakeholders.

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Postdoctoral position in Early Health Technology Assessment of Nanomedicine Technologies @ UBC

The Lynd Research Group & NMIN seek a PostDoctoral Fellow for a 2-year term to support the development of NMIN’s eHTA platform.

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Postdoctoral position @ Université de Montreal

Dr. Isabelle Brunette’s research group is looking for a postdoctoral fellow who wishes to explore new frontiers in gene therapy and vision science.

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Postdoctoral position with Cuprous Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Cuprous seeks a highly motivated post-doctoral fellow with expertise in formulation development to prepare, characterize, troubleshoot, and optimize nanoformulations for in vitro and in vivo applications at various scales.

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Postdoctoral position open in Kelley Laboratory @ UofT

Dr. Shana Kelley is looking for an engineer or biologist with interest and expertise in tumor immunology and cell therapy, to join her multidisciplinary team developing a new platform for cell therapy.

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Director, Analytical Development & Quality Control @ GENEVANT

GENEVANT in Vancouver, BC, seeks a a highly skilled individual to mentor reporting staff, provide technical and strategic leadership to the AD/QC function, and manage vendors in support of partnered drug development programs.

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Postdoctoral positions in the Cullis lab @ UBC

The Cullis Laboratory in the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology at UBC is currently seeking two highly motivated, full-time Postdoctoral Research Fellows with a Ph.D in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Pharmacology, or a related field. Read the job posting

Various openings @ Precision Nanosystems

Precision Nanosystems, a global leader in innovative solutions for the discovery, development, and manufacture of novel nanoparticle medicines, is hiring. Positions range from research assistants to scientists.

More information

Topical Gene Therapy Scientist with Avro Life Science

Seeking creative scientists with experience working with the skin and/or other topically targeted organs (eye, lung). The ideal candidate has 3-7 years experience in academia and industry delivering drugs into the skin and transfecting relevant epidermal cells.

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Research & Development Scientist with Interface Biologics Inc. in Toronto

Interface Biologics Inc. is looking for a motivated individual for a 12-month contract working on a project in collaboration with Evonik Canada, in the business line Health Care.

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Postdoctoral position in gene therapy @ UBC

Dr. Sarah Hedtrich has an open position for a postdoctoral fellow in non-viral gene therapy using CRISPR as part of a CIHR-funded grant. She seeks someone with a strong background in gene editing and (ideally) CRISPR-Cas.

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Research & partnerships management position @ NMIN

NMIN seeks a manager with project management experience, excellent communication skills & strong judgment to administer all aspects of its Research, Commercialization & Partnerships program.

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