Postdoctoral scholarship: Mammalian developmental biology

Country: Sweden;

City: Göteborg

Vacancy added: 19.01.2019

Employer: University of Gothenburg

Vacancy type: PostDoc vacancy;

Resumes due: 28.02.2019

 

The Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Gothenburg, offers a postdoctoral scholarship: Mammalian developmental biology.

The postdoctoral fellow will use the Cre-loxP system and in vitro methods to study the function of forkhead transcription factors in adult and developing mice. Analysis may include FACS, RNAseq, ChIPseq, histological methods and various in vitro assays based on cell culture.

Reference number: Dnr E 2018/729

Scholarship period: The scholarship covers a period of 12 months with possibility of prolongation up to a maximum of 24 months in total.

Preliminary start date: 2019-04-01 (can be negotiated)

For questions and additional information, please contact Prof Peter Carlsson: peter.carlsson@cmb.gu.se, 031-7863804, 0708-236776.

Qualifications and application procedure
* To be eligible for a postdoctoral scholarship the recipient must hold a PhD degree in a relevant field, but not have been employed at University of Gothenburg within the past two years.
* Practical experience of general molecular and cell biology techniques is required, and familiarity with genetic mouse models an advantage.

Written application in pdf format, including reference number, should be sent to peter.carlsson@cmb.gu.se (write “POSTDOC” in the subject field) and include the following:
* CV
* Personal letter
* List of publications
* Contact information to at least two references

Application deadline: 2019-02-28

Information regarding scholarships
* Scholarships provide means for advanced education for the holder and do not constitute compensation for work performed
* Scholarships are tax-exempt
* Scholarship holders are not entitled to sick-leave benefits, parental leave benefits, or retirement pension
* The scholarship holder will be insured by CMB through Kammarkollegiet
* The scholarship is paid quarterly
* Tax regulations may prevent a scholarship holder from being hired by the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology immediately following the scholarship period

 
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