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Post-doctoral scholarship: Study of membrane fluidity regulators in mammalian cells

Nyhet: 2018-03-07

The research group of Prof. Marc Pilon has for many years used the model organism C. elegans to identify genes that regulate membrane composition and fluidity. Many of these genes have mammalian homologs. An aim of the stipend project will be to investigate for the possible roles of mammalian genes homologous to C. elegans membrane regulators in regulating membrane composition and fluidity in mammalian cells and even in whole mouse physiology.

Dnr E 2018/172

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: 2018-09-01

Supervisor/contact person: Marc Pilon, Phone: +46-31-7863279, e-mail: marc.pilon@cmb.gu.se

Qualifications:
• To be eligible for a post-doc scholarship, the recipient must hold a PhD degree within a relevant field. The applicant must not have been employed at University of Gothenburg in the past two years.
• Prior experience with the cultivation and study of mammalian cells, especially with methods such as siRNA, confocal microscopy, western blotting, etc are valuable qualifications.

Written application, including reference number, is to be sent via e-mail to the supervisor and must include the following:
• CV
• Personal letter stating the reasons why the study suits the applicant (maximum one page)
• List of publications
• References (2)

Application deadline: April 15, 2018

Information regarding scholarships:
• Scholarships do not give rise to sickness benefits, compensation from the Social Insurance Office or retirement pension.
• The scholarship sum is paid out quarterly
• Scholarships are tax-exempt
 

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