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MRC – Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Temporary Research Assistant Position at the
MRC-Laboratory of Molecular Biology – Cambridge / UK
A 6-month research assistant position is available from midFebruary 2013 to participate in a project investigating the role of mRNA localisation in the Drosophila nervous system.
The successful candidate will employ genetics, confocal microscopy and image analysis as part of a vibrant group studying cellular transport processes.
He/she will have a good undergraduate degree in a biological subject, as well as practical experience. A post-graduate degree and/or experience in light microscopy or Drosophila genetics is desirable but not essential.
We are seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated individual with a strong desire for self and team development and good time-management and organisational skills.
Please provide a CV, including names and email addresses of one or two academic referees.
For more information, please visit the link:
Ministrum, Ltd (Bilbau, Espanha)
Especialista em Biologia molecular (M/F)
Anunciante: Ministrum, Ltd
Localização: Bilbau, Espanha
Intervalo de vencimento : 2 300 – 2 950 euros/mês
Código da vaga: EBA458S75U5R44PT
Empresa biotecnológica, actualmente em expansão, tem uma oportunidade para um profissional de Biologia Molecular, para apoio no desenvolvimento de novos produtos.
O profissional será responsável por liderar o projecto de desenho e de melhoria contínua de tecnologia dentro da área de equipamentos de diagnóstico molecular. O seu papel também irá envolver o desenvolvimento de um método e validação de produtos novos e existentes. Desenvolver e escrever SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures). Fazer análises de rotina de acordo com os procedimentos estabelecidos. Supervisionar e formar analistas. Resolução de problemas e elaboração de relatórios.
Formação superior em Biologia ou Biotecnologia;
Mínimo de 2 anos de experiência profissional em funções semelhantes;
Familiaridade com processos utilizados em ambientes de produção de biologia molecular, incluindo SOPs e LIMS;
Excelente capacidade analítica e atenção ao detalhe;
Experiência no desenvolvimento de relatórios e protocolos;
Capacidade de organização e planeamento.
Excelente oportunidade para integrar numa posição influente dentro de uma organização de grande sucesso.
NOTA: PARA SE CANDIDATAR DEVE ACEDER A:
Ministrum, Ltd (Viena, Áustria)
PhD em Neurociências (M-F)
Anunciante Ministrum, Ltd
Localização: Viena, Áustria
Intervalo de vencimento: Informado durante o processo de selecção
Código da vaga: ÁVA384S74U7R243PT
Centro de pesquisa internacional procura pessoas motivadas para um programa de doutoramento na Áustria.
O candidato irá ser integrado num projecto que pretende analisar o fator de remodelação da cromatina em funções superiores do cérebro usando modelos knockout. O projeto visa a caracterização completa das funções cerebrais no comportamento molecular, celular, sináptica e no nível de comportamento animal.
Certificação de mestrado em biologia, bioquímica, medicina ou qualquer disciplina relacionada para esta posição;
É necessário sólida experiência em genética, biologia celular e molecular;
Interesse e / ou conhecimentos básicos em neurociência;
Capacidade de autonomia e responsabilidade;
Excelentes habilidades de comunicação, em inglês, falado e escrito.
Inscrição no programa de doutoramento em Neurociências. O salário inclui seguro de saúde e benefícios sociais.
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Biosciences, College of Life & Environmental Sciences
Biosciences, College of Life & Environmental Sciences
3-year Postdoctoral Research Position in Fish Physiology and Aquaculture (Ref: P44287)
The College wishes to recruit an Associate Research Fellow to participate in an integrative physiology project to fully understand the acid-base responses to meal digestion and improve the efficiency and sustainability of aquaculture fish production. This 3-year BSBRC funded post is an Industrial Partnership Award (IPA) with Skretting, the largest global producer of fish feed, available to start ideally by January 2013. The successful applicant will:
Assess how various endogenous and exogenous factors (e.g. meal size, temperature and water chemistry) affect the post-meal alkaline tide in fish and the associated physiological consequences for acid-base balance, blood O2 transport, metabolism etc., 2) determine the localisation and quantification of genes and proteins related to acid-base and ion transport in a range of tissues following feeding, and 3) establish the energetic costs associated with meal digestion and explore how these can be experimentally and commercially manipulated to improve the efficiency of food conversion into growth in salmonids.
Applicants will possess a relevant PhD, be a nationally recognised authority in fish physiology and possess sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to develop research programmes and methodologies. The successful applicant will also be able to work collaboratively, supervise the work of others and act as team leader as required. Applicants will ideally be able to carry out in vivo physiology experiments with salmonid fish (including cannulation techniques, blood gas and acid-base analysis, automated respirometry and use of radio-isotopic tracers), as well as molecular techniques such as qPCR, Western blotting and immunohistochemistry. Some experience within the aquaculture industry would also be of value.
Closing data is 26th November 2012.
More information, please clik “pdf doc”
CCMI – Central Caribbean Marine Institute
Coral Reef Scientist, Cayman Islands
Coral Reef Scientist – CCMI (Central Caribbean Marine Institute), Little Cayman Research Centre
The Central Caribbean Marine Institute seeks to hire an outstanding scientist to assist the Director of Research and Conservation to manage the organization’s research programme at the Little Cayman Research Centre. He/she will conduct an original project under the Climate Change and Coral Reef Stress theme which is aimed at understanding how climate change scenarios may impact the coral reef ecosystem, biological diversity, and ultimately society.
Applications – An Application Form must be submitted to Dr. Carrie Manfrino, Director of Research and Conservation, CCMI. Include in the application:
(1)A curriculum vitae,
(2)Examples of 3 scholarly works and 3 scholarly activities (research papers, symposia/workshop development, presentations to scientific and stakeholder communities), and
(3)Completed Application Form (see Further Details).
Closing date 01 December 2012 or until filled.
For more information, please visit the link:
University of Oslo – Department of Biosciences
Full or Associate Professor in Biology (Toxicology)
The position will be an important contribution to the new life-science effort at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The position will be placed at the Department of Biosciences, which will be established January 1st 2013 as a result of the merger of the present Department of Biology (BI) and the Department of Molecular Biosciences (IMBV). BI and IMBV conduct research at a high international level and research-based education at bachelor, master and doctoral levels, and the Department of Biosciences aims at being a leading national and international education and research institution within biology and life sciences. The research is mainly within the fields of molecular and cell biology, physiology, ecology and evolution. Research at the two departments is currently organized in seven research programs and a Centre of Excellence.
Toxicology is one of three study programmes at the Department of Biology and there is a focus on integrating human toxicology and ecotoxicology in the syllabus. A successful candidate must be qualified to teach general toxicology as well as ecotoxicology and will be expected to contribute to continue the development of an internationally acknowledged course portfolio.
We seek a person with top-level research expertise and teaching qualifications in ecotoxicology. The successful candidate must document knowledge and experience in methods and applications relevant to the research activities in the Toxicology group. The applicant will further be expected to develop new research activities of high international standard in collaboration with other researchers in the group, the programme and Department, as well as contribute to fund-raising.
A doctoral degree, strong publication record, and solid teaching experience are the minimum requirements. An in-depth knowledge of aquatic ecotoxicology is a prerequisite for applying to the position. The person appointed must be able to participate in lecturing, supervision and exams at undergraduate courses in biology and at all levels in ecotoxicology and human toxicology. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in planning, development and lecturing of toxicology courses at master and PhD levels. The appointed person must also undertake administrative duties.
The application must contain information on education, previous appointments and work experience, scientific and pedagogical activities, documentation of teaching and administrative experience and a research plan.
Region: Oslo Job type: Permanent Working hours: Full-time
Working days: Day Location: Blindern, Oslo
Reference number: 2012/12821
26 December 2012
FEEM – Italy
10 Research Positions at FEEM (Italy)
FEEM, a leading research institute on sustainable development (www.feem.it) aims to recruiting motivated and talented researchers to cover ten open positions within the Climate Change and Sustainable Development Research Programme.
The Programme carries out high level research in the following areas: climate change integrated assessment modelling, climate change policy and governance, climate-related innovation and technological change, natural hazards and extreme climate-related events, management of natural resources, sustainability and growth beyond GDP.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. (or be close to completion) in economics or energy engineering, mathematics, and physics, coupled with a solid economic background. Four-year (full time equivalent) research experience may substitute the Ph.D. degree.
Experience in conducting applied and/or econometric research using both analytical and numerical methods in one or more of the following areas is requested:
– Integrated assessment modeling and quantitative assessment of climate impacts and policies;
– Computable general equilibrium modelling;
– Global modeling of land use and forestry;
– Adaptive capacity to risk posed by extreme climatic and meteorological events;
– Biodiversity and ecosystem services;
– Marine strategy;
– Sustainability assessment and applied research in environmental.
FEEM offers a truly interdisciplinary workplace and has strong ties to a worldwide network of research institutions engaged in environmental research. Selected applicants will interact with researchers of different nationalities and have the opportunity to present scientific papers at a number of conferences and workshops.
Selected applicants are expected to begin their assignments in 2013. The appointment period can be up to 3 years, with an evaluation after the first one. Gross salary is competitive and will be based on qualification and experience. Research will be carried out at the FEEM premises in Milan or in Venice, Italy.
Applicants should send a detailed curriculum vitae, a job market paper (an authored or co-authored paper which demonstrates the applicant’s skills relevant to the topic of the position), and at least one letter of recommendation to Monica Eberle (monica.eberle(at)feem.it) . Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Candidates participating at the Allied Social Science Associations (ASSA) Annual Meeting taking place in San Diego, CA, in January 3-6, 2013, are kindly requested to indicate it in their applications: job interviews may be carried within that conference.
Deadline for applications
FEEM will begin considering candidates immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.
Please mention ref: CCSD10/10.2012 in your application.
Reactions are open until: 31 December 2012
European Space Agency
Internal Research Fellow (post-doc) in Biomimetics
The European Space Agency’s Advanced Concepts Team (ACT) is looking for highly motivated young researchers in the area of biomimetics, with good analytical and communicational skills and an excellent aptitude for teamwork.
The candidate should hold a degree in either biomimetics, technical biology, physics, engineering, mathematics, informatics, or a related field. She or he should also have completed (or be about to complete) a PhD in biology (or eventually another discipline with a solid biomimetic focus), with the subject of the thesis relevant to the task description above. The applicant should aim at an academic/research career. Experiences in trans-disciplinary research as well as in computational analysis/modelling of biological systems are considered strong assets.
The candidate is expected to bring to the team a broad knowledge of the biomimetic research fields and communities. The candidate should demonstrate an interest in space science and / or technology as well as the ability and interest to get actively involved in prospective interdisciplinary research.
Applicants must be fluent in English and/or French, the working languages of the Agency. A good proficiency in English is required
All applications will be considered until the available post is filled. Application
deadline for this round of interviews: no later than January 9, 2013.
More information: http://www.esa.int/gsp/ACT/opportunities/RF/ACT-2013-RF-Biomimicry.pdf