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DBMS Teaching Assistant Positions

The following opportunities are available for the Winter 2023 Term.

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Course Code Term
Winter 2023
Format (On-campus, Online, Blended) Course Name Instructor(s) Minimum Qualifications/Background Requirements/Experience Scheduled Class Time
ANAT 100 Winter Blended Anatomy of the Human Body MacKenzie Completed a minimum of 3 years preferably in Life Sciences/Biochemistry (Biology and Psychology may also be considered). Candidates should  have completed at least one human anatomy course of course in which anatomy is part of and achieved a B average.  001 - WE 14:30 - 16:30
002 - TH 8:30-10:30
003 - TH 10:30 - 12:30
ANAT 100 Winter Online Anatomy of the Human Body MacKenzie Completed a minimum of 3 years preferably in Life Sciences/Biochemistry (Biology and Psychology may also be considered). Candidates should  have completed at least one human anatomy course of course in which anatomy is part of and achieved a B average.  No On-Campus Class  
ANAT 101 Winter On Campus Introductory Human Anatomy Graham Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in human anatomy. LEC:
MO 14:30 - 15:30
TU   15:30 - 16:30
FR   16:30 - 17:30
LAB:
002 - TH 12:30 - 14:30
003 - TH 14:30 - 16:30
ANAT 216 Winter On Campus Principles of Human Morphology II MacKenzie Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in human morphology. LEC:
MO 10:30 - 11:30
WE  09:30 - 10:30
FR   08:30 - 09:30
LAB:
002 - TU 08:30 - 10:30
003 - TU 12:30 - 14:30
004 - TU 14:30 - 16:30
ANAT 309 Winter Blended Functional Histology Postovit Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Functional Histology. WE 08:30 - 11:30
ANAT 309 Winter Online Functional Histology Postovit Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Functional Histology. No On-Campus Class  
ANAT 316 Winter On Campus The Human Visceral System TBD Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in the human Visceral system. LEC:
MO 15:30 - 16:30
WE  14:30 - 15:30
FR   16:30 - 17:30
LAB:
002 - FR 08:30 - 10:30
003 - FR 10:30 - 12:30
004 - FR 12:30 - 14:30
005 - FR 14:30 - 16:30
ANAT 380 Winter Online Clinically Relevant Human Anatomy MacKenzie Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in clinically relevant human anatomy. No On-Campus Class  
ANAT 391 Winter On Campus Introduction to Cadaveric Dissection Adams Candidate must be currently or recently enrolled in a relevant graduate program and have taken at least three of the anatomy related courses such as ANAT215/216, ANAT312, ANAT380, ANAT309, ANAT409, ANAT471 or equivalent. Extensive dissection or prosection experience required. Previous experience teaching or lecturing is preferred. MO 15:30 - 18:30
ANAT 409 Winter On Campus Selected Topics in Histology Pang Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Histology. LEC:
TU   08:30 - 09:30
WE  10:30 - 11:30
LAB:
MO 12:30 - 14:30
ANAT 471  Winter Blended Human Embryology MacKenzie Completed a minimum of 4 years preferably in Life Sciences/Biochemistry (Biology may also be considered). Candidates should have completed an embryology course and achieved a B average. TU 10:30 - 12:30
BCHM 218 Winter Blended Gene Structure and Function (Molecular Biology) van Staalduinen Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in molecular biology. WE 11:30 - 13:30
BCHM 218 Winter Online Gene Structure and Function (Molecular Biology) Quilty Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in molecular biology. No On-Campus Class  
BCHM 270 Winter Online Biochemical Basis of Health and Disease Pruss/van Staalduinen Candidates must have taken one of BCHM 270 or BCHM 310/316 (or equivalent) with a minimum grade of B+, and completion of BScH or 4th year standing in Biochemistry, Life Sciences or similar degree. Previous TA experience and a passion for diseases is an asset, but not required. No On-Campus Class  
BCHM 310 Winter On-campus lab course General Biochemistry = 315 & 316 & lab Campbell  Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in biochemistry. LEC:
MO 09:30 - 10:30
WE  08:30 - 09:30
TH   10:30 - 11:30
LAB:
002 - TU 14:30 - 17:30
002 - TU 14:30 - 17:30
BCHM 313 Winter On Campus Physical Biochemistry Craig/Campbell Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Physical Biochemistry. MO 10:30 - 11:30
WE  09:30 - 10:30
FR   08:30 - 09:30
BCHM 316 Winter On Campus Metabolism Jones  Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Metabolism. MO 09:30 - 10:30
WE  08:30 - 09:30
FR   10:30 - 11:30
BCHM 317/319 Winter On-campus lab course Introductory Biochemistry laboratory Campbell  Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in biochemistry. MO 14:30 - 18:30
BCHM 370 Winter Blended Genetics & Genomics van Staalduinen Candidates must have completed one or more of BCHM 218, BCHM 270, or BIOL 205, BIOL 331 (or equivalent). Completion of BScH in Life Science, Biochemistry, Biology (or equivalent). WE 15:30 - 17:30
BCHM 411 Winter On Campus Advanced Molecular Biology TBD Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in molecular biology. MO 11:30 - 12:30
WE  13:30 - 14:30
TH   12:30 - 13:30
BCHM 482 Winter Online Proteomics and Metabolomics Campbell Candidate must have taken (BCHM 315 or equivalent) and be registered in a postgraduate program or professional with a background in biochemistry. Course or experience in quantitative research methods is an asset, but not required.  No On-Campus Class  
BMED 483 Winter Online Advanced Topics in Infectious Diseases Sheth Candidates must have taken MICR 360 or equivalent. Background knowledge in microbiology is required. Previous experience as a TA is an asset. No On-Campus Class  
CANC 380 Winter Online Evolutionary Biology of Cancer Cotechini Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in immunology and/or cancer. No On-Campus Class  
CRSS 454 Winter On Campus Cardiovascular Sciences Adams Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Cardiovascular Sciences. TH 14:30 - 17:30
CRSS 454 Winter Online Cardiovascular Sciences Adams Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Cardiovascular Sciences. No On-Campus Class  
CRSS 456 Winter On Campus Molecular and Cellular Basis of Cardiovascular Disease Maurice Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Molecular and Cellular Basis of Cardiovascular Disease. TU 14:30 - 16:30
WE 16:30 - 17:30
DDHT 460 Winter On Campus Principles of Drug Development Ozolins Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Drug Development. WE 14:30 - 17:30
GLPH 171 Winter Blended Social and Physical Determinants of Health and Disease Stoner/Davison Post baccalaureate level with extra training in public health, epidemiology, or social and physical determinants of health.  001 TU 09:30 - 11:30
002 TU 11:30 - 13:30
GLPH 271 Winter Blended Global and Population Health Carpenter Candidates must have taken GLPH 271 (formerly BMED 271) and excelled. Currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in global or public health (or at the discretion of the instructor). Enrollment in the Masters of Public Health program would be considered an asset but is not required. MO 12:30 - 14:30
GLPH 271 Winter Online Global and Population Health Carpenter Candidates must have taken GLPH 271 (formerly BMED 271) and excelled. Currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in global or public health (or at the discretion of the instructor). Enrollment in the Masters of Public Health program would be considered an asset but is not required. No On-Campus Class  
GLPH 281 Winter Blended Racism and Health in Canada Valarezo Candidate currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in racism and health or public health (or at the discretion of the instructor).  Enrolmment in the Masters of Public Health program would be considered an asset but not required.  WE 8:30 - 11:30
GLPH 281 Winter Online Racism and Health in Canada Valarezo Candidate currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in racism and health or public health (or at the discretion of the instructor).  Enrolmment in the Masters of Public Health program would be considered an asset but not required.  No On-Campus Class  
GLPH 385 Winter Blended Biohacking and Gerontechnology Carver Upper year standing, an interest in issues related to older adults, a background in Social Sciences, and basic understanding of biotechnology and biohacking (they do not need to be experts). TH 12:30 - 14:30
GLPH 385 Winter Online Biohacking and Gerontechnology Carver Upper year standing, an interest in issues related to older adults, a background in Social Sciences, and basic understanding of biotechnology and biohacking (they do not need to be experts). No On-Campus Class  
GLPH 471 Winter Online Advanced Global and Population Health Carpenter Candidates must have taken GLPH471 (formerly BMED 471) and excelled. Currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in global or public health (or at the discretion of the instructor). Enrollment in the Masters of Public Health program would be considered an asset, but is not required. No On-Campus Class  
GLPH 487 Winter Blended One World, One Health: The Global Link Between Human, Animal, and Environmental Health Carver This is a multidisciplinary course. Must be a graduate students or almost completed 4th year of studies. Requires strong analytical ability and solid writing skills because writing is an important component of this course. Need to be familiar with APA style referencing. TH 10:30 - 12:30
GLPH 487 Winter Online One World, One Health: The Global Link Between Human, Animal, and Environmental Health Carver This is a multidisciplinary course. Must be a graduate students or almost completed 4th year of studies. Requires strong analytical ability and solid writing skills because writing is an important component of this course. Need to be familiar with APA style referencing. No On-Campus Class  
HSCI 190 Winter Online Introduction to Statistics for the Health Sciences Braund Candidates must currently be enrolled in a graduate or professional program and have taken introductory statistics and have experience applying statistics in health sciences research. Additional statistics and epidemiology courses and experience using SPSS will be considered an asset. No On-Campus Class  
HSCI 270 Winter Blended Fundamentals of Health Research Methodology Linden Candidates must have taken one of HSCI 270 (formerly BMED 270), EPID301 or EPID 801 (or course equivalent). Minimum grade of A. Course or experience in qualitative research is an asset, but not required. 001 - TH 14:30 - 16:30
002 - TU 11:30 - 13:30
HSCI 270 Winter Online Fundamentals of Health Research Methodology Linden Candidates must have taken one of HSCI 270 (formerly BMED 270), EPID301 or EPID 801 (or course equivalent). Minimum grade of A. Course or experience in qualitative research is an asset, but not required. No On-Campus Class  
HSCI 383 Winter Online Advanced Research Methodologies  Stockley/Dalgarno One of HSCI 270 (formerly BMED 270) or EPID 301 or HLTH 252 or PSYC 203 or SOCY 210. Course or experience in qualitative and quantitative research methods is an asset, but not required. No On-Campus Class  
HSCI 483 Winter Blended Applied Qualitative Methods for Health Research TBD   MO 08:30 - 10:30
IDIS 173 Winter Online History and Philosophy of Health and Healthcare Cline Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program and have a background in ethics. Background in healthcare ethics and online teaching is an asset but not required. No On-Campus Class  
IDIS 199 Winter Online The Science of Mental Health, Well-being, and Resiliency Duffy/Cunningham Completed a minimum of 3 years preferably in Life sciences/Health Sciences or Psychology program. Candidates should have completed at least one psychology or health-related course and achieved a B average. No On-Campus Class  
IDIS 280 Winter Online Interprofessional Approaches in Healthcare Brander Completion of BHSc in Life Sciences, health professional degree and/or similar. Work or volunteer experience in health, first aid and/or wellness/fitness contexts an asset. Formal experience in working with teams and/or groups an asset. Previous TA experience also an asset but not required. No On-Campus Class  
IDIS 373 Winter Online Health Ethics, Law and Policy Butler Currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program and have a background in ethics. Background in healthcare ethics and online teaching is an asset but not required. No On-Campus Class  
IDIS 473 Winter Online Designing Your Life After Queen's     No On-Campus Class  
IDIS 483  Winter Blended Applied Health Ethics: Clinical, Organizational, and Research Perspectives Butler Qualified applicants will have completed at least a bachelor's degree in a related discipline (e.g. philosophy, health sciences, biomedical sciences, etc.). Preference will be given to applicants with additional graduate or professional training in a relevant discipline and/or those with professional experience addressing health-ethics issues in clinical, organizational, or research contexts.  001 - TU 14:30 - 17:30
002 - WE 11:30 - 14:30
LISC 300 Winter On Campus The Process of Discovery in the Biomedical Sciences Abraham Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in biomedical sciences. WE 15:30 - 17:30
FR 08:30 - 10:30
LISC 391 Winter On Campus  Integrated Life Sciences Laboratory II Pruss Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in life sciences. TH 14:30 - 17:30
FR 11:30 - 14:30
LISC 426/NSCI 426 Winter On Campus Current Concepts in Sensorimotor Neuroscience Pare Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in  Sensorimotor Neuroscience. WE 14:30 - 17:30
MICR 121 Winter On Campus Microbiology for Nursing Students Sheth Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Microbiology. LEC:
TU   16:30 - 17:30
WE  16:30 - 17:30
FR    15:30 - 16:30
TUT:
TH   17:30 - 18:30
LAB:
FR   08:30 - 12:30 
MICR 221 Winter On Campus Fundamental Microbiology Lohans/Banfield Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Microbiology. LEC:
MO   12:30 - 13:30
WE    11:30 - 12:30
TH     13:30 - 14:30
LAB:
002/004  - TH 14:30 - 17:30
003/005 -  FR 14:30 - 17:30
MICR 270 Winter Online Infection, Immunity, and Inflammation Sheth Candidates must have taken MICR360 or equivalent. Background knowledge in basic microbiology and immunology. Previous experience as a TA is an asset. No On-Campus Class  
MICR 290 Winter Online Antibiotic Resitance Lab Lohans  Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in antibiotic resistance. No On-Campus Class  
MICR 320 Winter Online Microbes in Health and Disease TBD Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Microbes in Health and Diseases. No On-Campus Class  
MICR 386 Winter Blended Fundamentals of Immunology in Health and Disease Cotechini Candidates must be currently enrolled in a graduate program and have taken MICR360 (or equivalent) and at least one immunology course at the 400 level (or above) with a minimum grade of a A-. Specialization in immunology an asset. 001 - TU 14:30 - 16:30
002 - TH 10:30 - 12:30
003 - WE 13:30 - 15:30
MICR 451 Winter On Campus Selected Topics in Viral Pathogenesis Colpitts Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background inViral Pathogenesis. TU 09:30 - 10:30
TH 08:30 - 09:30
FR 08:30 - 10:30
MICR 461 Winter On Campus Advanced Immunology Gee Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Advanced Immunology. TH 14:30 - 17:30
NSCI 323 Winter On-campus Cellular Neuroscience Dumont Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in cellular neuroscience. TUT: MO 12:30 - 14:30
LEC:  TU   11:30 - 13:30
TUT: TH   13:30 - 15:30
NSCI 324 Winter On-campus System Neuroscience Scott Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in System neuroscience. LEC:
MO   08:30 - 09:30
TU     10:30 - 11:30
TH     09:30 - 10:30
TUT:
FR 14:30 - 16:30
NSCI 403 Winter On-campus Introduction to Neuroimaging Stroman Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Neuroimaging. WE 13:00 - 14:30
FR   11:30 - 13:00
NSCI 422 Winter On-campus Cellular & Molecular Neurosciences Dumont Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Cellular & Molecular Neurosciences. MO 15:30 - 17:30
NSCI 444 Winter On-campus Controversies in Neuroscience Andrew Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Controversies in Neuroscience. LEC: MO 11:30 - 13:30
SEM: TH 08:30 - 10:30
NSCI 483 Winter Online Neurobiology of Learning and Memory Boehnke Candidates must be currently enrolled in the Neuroscience Graduate Program and have taken at least one 300 level neuroscience course (NSCI323,324,312 or equivalent) and at least one 400 or graduate level neuroscience seminar course. No On-Campus Class  
PHAR 100 Winter Blended Introductory Pharmacology Mulder Minimum 3rd year standing in a relevant undergraduate program (e.g. Life Sciences, Biochemistry, Health Sciences, etc.) Must have completed PHAR 100 with a minimum grade of B+ (GPA 3.3). Previous TA experience is an asset, but not required.  FR 14:30 - 16:30
PHAR 100 Winter Online Introductory Pharmacology Turner/Nakatsu Minimum 3rd year standing in a relevant undergraduate program (e.g. Life Sciences, Biochemistry, Health Sciences, etc.) Must have completed PHAR 100 with a minimum grade of B+ (GPA 3.3). Previous TA experience is an asset, but not required.  No On-Campus Class  
PHAR 370 Winter Blended Fundamentals of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Mulder Minimum 4th year standing in a relevant undergraduate program (e.g. Life Sciences, Biochemistry, etc.) Must have completed one of PHAR 230, PHAR 270 or PHAR 340 (or equivalent) with a minimum grade of B+ (GPA 3.3). Previous TA experience is an asset, but not required. TU 14:30 - 16:30
PHAR 370 Winter Online Fundamentals of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Ozolins Minimum 4th year standing in a relevant undergraduate program (e.g. Life Sciences, Biochemistry, etc.) Must have completed one of PHAR 230, PHAR 270 or PHAR 340 (or equivalent) with a minimum grade of B+ (GPA 3.3). Previous TA experience is an asset, but not required. No On-Campus Class  
PHAR 380 Winter Online Drug and Environmental Toxicology Philbrook Currently registered in a post-graduate or professional program with an academic history in pharmacology and/or toxicology. Students who have previously taken PHAR 270, PHAR 340, PHAR 450, and/or PHAR 416 (or equivalents) will be preferentially selected. No On-Campus Class  
PHGY 170 Winter Online Human Cell Physiology Pruss One of PHGY 170 or BIOL 102 (or equivalent) with a minimum grade of B+. Completion of BScH or fourth year standing in Biochemistry, Life Sciences or similar. Previous TA experience is an asset, but not required. No On-Campus Class  
PHGY 215 Winter Online Principles of Mammalian Physiology I Ward Completed a minimum of 3 years preferably in Life Sciences/Biochemistry (other similar programs will be considered). Candidates must have completed PHGY 215 (or equivalent) and achieved a B average. No On-Campus Class  
PHGY 216 Winter Blended Principles of Mammalian Physiology II Ward Completed a minimum of 3 years, preferably in Life Sciences/Biochemistry (other similar programs will be considered). Candidates must have completed PHGY216 (or equivalent) and achieved a B average.  003/004 TH 08:30 - 10:30
005 TU 08:30 - 10:30
PHGY 216 Winter On-campus Principles of Mammalian Physiology II Domnik Completed a minimum of 3 years, preferably in Life Sciences/Biochemistry (other similar programs will be considered). Candidates must have completed PHGY216 (or equivalent) and achieved a B average.  001 TU 18:30 - 20:30
002 TH 18:30 - 20:30
PHGY 216 Winter Online Principles of Mammalian Physiology II Ward Completed a minimum of 3 years, preferably in Life Sciences/Biochemistry (other similar programs will be considered). Candidates must have completed PHGY216 (or equivalent) and achieved a B average.  No On-Campus Class  
PHGY 290 Winter Blended Investigation of Human Physiological Responses Adams Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in physiology. TU 14:30 - 17:30
PHGY 290 Winter Online Investigation of Human Physiological Responses Adams Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in physiology. No On-Campus Class  
PHGY 350 Winter On-campus Pathophysiology Domnik Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Pathophysiology. TU 09:30 - 10:30
TH 08:30 - 09:30
FR 10:30 - 11:30
PHGY 355 Winter On-campus Biomedical Respiratory Physiology Domnik Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Biomedical Respiratory Physiology. LEC:
MO   11:30 - 12:30
TU     13:30 - 14:30
TH     12:30 - 13:30
LAB:
FR 14:30 - 17:30
PHGY 494 Winter On-campus Neuroendocrinology Magoski Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Neuroendocrinology. MO 08:30 - 11:30
REPD 372 Winter Online Reproduction & Development Natale/Monsanto Candidate must be currently enrolled in a graduate program and have taken at least one of the reproduction related courses such as ANAT 409, REPD 426 (formerly ANAT 416), ANAT 309, PHGY 215, PHGY 216 or equivalent. No On-Campus Class  
REPD 387 Winter On-campus Sexual Dimorphism in Reproductive Pathologies Koti Preference will be given to those currently registered in a postgraduate or professional program with a background in Reproductive Pathologies. WE 08:30 - 11:30
REPD 473 Winter Blended Developmental Origins of Health & Disease Philbrook Candidate must be currently enrolled in a graduate program and have taken at least one of the following courses: ANAT409, REPD416 (formerly ANAT 416), PHAR 416.  WE 08:30 - 11:30
REPD 473 Winter Online Developmental Origins of Health & Disease Edwards Candidate must be currently enrolled in a graduate program and have taken at least one of the following courses: ANAT409, REPD416 (formerly ANAT 416), PHAR 416.  No On-Campus Class